Quiet, loving foster homes are needed for our senior cats until they can be adopted or move into our future senior cat sanctuary. While many senior cats are still playful, others want nothing more than a warm lap and human companionship.
Studies show that cat companions can help:
Laps and Naps will provide food, litter and other necessary supplies for caring for the foster cats. We also cover all approved veterinary care and medication and, if needed, transportation to and from vet appointments.
Foster families must agree to allow potential in-home veterinary and comfort care visits.. Because we wish to minimize stressful events for our seniors, foster families must also agree to allow approved potential adopters to visit the cat(s) in your home at pre-arranged times.
If you would like to open your home to one of our senior kittizens, please contact us for more information.
The cats residing in Sanctuary Homes are still under the guardianship of Laps and Naps, but are no longer on the adoption list and will stay in the same home as long as the caregiver and cat are happy with one another. Laps and Naps covers veterinary expenses, food and litter unless the caregiver has the financial means and wishes to cover expenses as a donation to Laps and Naps.
If you are interested in learning more about our Senior Laps for Senior Cats program or what is involved in providing a Sanctuary Home, give us a call or email email@example.com.
We are in need of more volunteers to help with events so we can spread the word about Laps and Naps. We are also in need of a new Treasurer and additional Board members to help in the leadership and governance of Laps and Naps.
If you are interested in volunteering in any capacity, give us a call or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our sweet 17-year-old Aren, aka "Kiki", has graduated into our Senior Laps for Senior Cats program! She now resides with a couple who have plenty of time and love to satisfy her love of lap time and snuggles!
Interested in providing a home for a senior cat while receiving help with expenses? Contact us!
Gabby is our 19-year-old former "dog-crate kitty" who was being kept in a crate because of litter box issues when her human companion was in hospice care. We found her litter box mishaps were environmental and she now has full range of a two-bedroom apartment, plenty of toys, and a senior who has plenty of time to devote to this talkative, social girl!
Talkative, friendly, 15-year-old Wally is living in a sanctuary home with a lovely lady who was looking for the companionship of a senior cat but who was concerned about the cost of caring for a senior.
Now, Wally and his new human are enjoying one another's company while Laps and Naps will make sure he receives quality food and medical care.