Since 2008, Volunteer Virginia has been a PALS foster mom, and has been instrumental in our mission to help save the lives of stray and abandoned kittens here in Lodi. As a kitten foster mom, Volunteer Virginia fosters kittens that come into the shelter without their moms; from day old bottle babies that need to be fed every few hours, to kittens who are wary of human interaction and need extra love and attention, Volunteer Virginia has opened up her heart and her home to them all. They are all her babies, and she pours her heart and soul into caring for each one of them, nursing them back to health, doting on them, and getting them ready to find their forever homes.
There’s always sadness when she says goodbye to her precious babies, and joy, too, knowing that they will soon find great homes. And, there’s always the next litter in need of her special care and love!
So, PALS would like to give a big thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, to Volunteer Virginia for her dedication to PALS and all of the precious kittens whose lives she has helped saved, and congratulate her on her 200th kitten fostered! *cue the confetti and balloon drop!* What Volunteer Virginia has done for all of these kittens is nothing short of amazing, and we are truly blessed to have her as part of our PALS team!
Pictured above: Volunteer Virginia with Jennifer, foster kitty #200, who was adopted earlier this month!