AWL seeks foster homes for cats and kittens

KILMARNOCK—While the Animal Welfare League of the Northern Neck (AWL) Cat Team continues to rescue and spay/neuter community cats in the Northern Neck, there is good news and bad news.

The good news is the AWL cat team processed 515 cats in 2019. The bad news is there are at least another 500 cats out there to be rescued. Once a cat/kitten is rescued, they need to be housed prior to adoption or transfer, reported cat team volunteer Kathy Haurand.

“This is a plea to those of you who have space in your home and heart to house a cat/kitten for a short term,” said Haurand.

She said one of the many reasons that fostering is so satisfying is…