Foster a Cat in Nottingham - Provide a Temporary Home with Robin Hood Cats Rescue!

Can you offer a temporary home to one or more of our cats in need? Robin Hood Cats Rescue is actively seeking compassionate individuals for short and long-term fostering arrangements. Fostering a cat not only benefits the cat in transition but also offers flexibility for those unable to commit to permanent pet ownership.

Why Foster with Robin Hood Cats Rescue?

What's Involved with Fostering?

Most fostered cats stay in a spare room with access to essential amenities like a litter box, bedding, food, water, and toys. As we are on limited funds we ask that you supply the food and litter, however donations received to the rescue will be distributed where possible. All medical needs of the fostered cats are covered by Robin Hood Cats Rescue.

Some of the cats may be scared or nervous so will need time and patience to come round. Other cats and kittens that come into the rescue are confident and will only need to be fostered for a short time before they are adopted.

Who can Foster?

Is Fostering Right for You?

Your support can make a significant difference in the lives of these cats in transition. Discover if fostering with Robin Hood Cats Rescue is the perfect fit for you.

If you are curious and want to know more about cat and kitten fostering contact us today!


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Angel is 20 years old, though you’d never know to look at her! She came to us in a terrible state, starving and riddled with parasites.


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Wolfie is sponsor only as he has some complex health issues we’re still trying to get to the bottom of. He was surrendered with his brother and has been in foster ever since.


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Chestnut is about 4 and was part of a feral colony in Arnold, although he came to us as a kitten he has not really ever trusted hoomans.


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Anton is totally deaf. He also suffers gum and pain issues, he’s about 5 or 6 years old. His family moved overseas but he didn’t settle, hiding inside the sofa and only coming out at night, so it was no life.


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Annie is about 7 or 8 years old and had a very hard life before she came to us. She was living ouitside and by the age of 18 months had has at least 3 litters of kittens.

Contact Us

Thanks for your interest in Robin Hood Cats Rescue. Just so you are aware we are a voluntary lead organization with no paid staff. We will aim to get in touch with you as soon we can but please be aware that we are all volunteers and often very busy!