Foster Care Wishlist

The AWL Foster Program provides assistance to desperate animals through temporary care in a suitable nurturing home, with committed and trained Foster Carers.  More than 1,000 kittens enter the AWL Foster Care Program every year. 

As AWL receives no Government funding, we rely on donations from our community to help animals in need. 

 

Kitten Shower

AWL will be hosting our inaugural Kitten Shower at PETstock Sefton Park on Sunday 3 November from 1pm until 3pm.

For more information, please view the Kitten Shower Invitation

Register your attendance here

We hope to see you there!

If you can't attend the Kitten Shower but would still like to help, you can do so by donating one or more of the items on our wishlist below.

Please contact the team to arrange a drop off of items by emailing fostercare@awlsa.com.au

You can also donate an item via our AWL Shop

 

Foster Care Wishlist

Snuggle Puppy  - Available at PETstock

The Snuggle Puppy recreates maternal intimacy with physical warmth and a 'real-feel' heartbeat. This ideal for orphaned kittens.

Soft Cuddly Toys - Available at PETstock

Orphan kittens need something soft and snuggly they can cuddle into when they don’t have mum to fill that role.

Kitten Safe Toys - Available at PETstock

Kitten safe toys are a great way for kittens to play while in their foster homes.

Interactive Kitten Toys - Available at PETstock

Interactive Kitten toys are a great way for a kitten to play and learn.

Kitten Safe Shampoo - Available at PETstock

Kitten Safe Shampoo is used to keep the kittens clean while in foster care.

Bowls & Water Dishes -  Available at PETstock

Bowls and water dishes are used to feed and provide water for the kittens.

Puppy Pee Pads - Available at PETstock

Puppy pee pads are required to line crates and playpens.

Mother & Baby Cat Food - Available at PETstock

Mother and baby cat food is required to feed baby cats and their mothers.

Wombaroo Cat Milk Replacer

Wombaroo Cat Milk Replacer is required for orphan kittens or when the mother’s milk is limited.

Velcro Whelping ID Band

Velcro Whelping ID Bands are used to identify each kitten in a litter.

Snugglesafe Heat Pads

Kittens are not able to regulate their body temperature until around 6 weeks of age and need to have a reliable and sustainable heat source to help them survive.

Digital Kitchen Scales

Digital Kitchen Scales are used to weigh kittens while they are in foster care. This is an important step in order to track their growth and progress.

Polar Fleece Pet Blanket

Polar fleece blankets are used as bedding for kittens while in foster care.

Kitten Feeding Bottles and Teats

Kitten feeding bottles and teats are required to feed orphaned kittens.

 

Face Washers and Hand Towels

Weaning kittens is a messy business with kittens often wearing as much of the food as they manage to eat. Face washers and hand towels help the carers to keep them clean.

 

Download the Foster Care Wishlist