First Foster Cat at Hotel Three Chatty Cats


I’ve wanted to foster cats for a while now, and Ross and I finally started fostering on Sunday. I will write more about the process of how we got started later, but I wanted to quickly introduce you to the two-year-old Juno. She’s our first foster cat. And she’s a beauty!

Juno, black foster cat
Such sleek and beautiful fur. (Slightly blurry, but I love the pose.)

Juno, black foster cat
Exploring the foster room.
Juno, black foster cat
Sitting pretty.
Juno, black foster cat
Juno hears Ross outside in the backyard.
Juno, black foster cat
“Who goes there?”
Juno, black foster cat
Juno hears Sophie on the other side of the door.
white cat on box
“What? I’m not doing anything.”

As you can see, we blocked the bottom of the door because Sophie pulls at the carpet when she wants into a room. We have many bald spots in our carpet throughout the house. Mostly at doorways. (Thanks, Sophie.)

Juno, black foster cat
Juno hamming it up for the camera.

You can bet I’ll be posting more about Juno soon. She’s available for adoption at Best Friends – Los Angeles. Juno’s Profile Page

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43 thoughts on “First Foster Cat at Hotel Three Chatty Cats

    1. Thank you! It was a Christmas gift last year from the hubby and he said he got it at Society Six online.

  1. Juno sure is a gorgeous black cat. Good for you to foster her. That is such a wonderful thing to do as it keeps the cat out of a cage. We sure hope she finds a home soon.

  2. Congratulations on becoming a foster parent! Juno is beautiful. I would love to foster, but the idea of introducing a foster to the other cats just isn’t practical. I did it once when it was a temporary basis for only a week, and that worked out fine. We too have a lot of bald spots on our carpeting in doorways thanks to Ernie. ;) ~Island Cat Mom

  3. She’s lovely! Juno reminds me of my one successful foster – Sweetie Pie. (I failed fostering the other two times when I ended up keeping and adopting Mickey Mouser and Rufus the Red!) Be careful Juno doesn’t steal your heart!
    xxoo
    Maggie
    PS Congratulations on your well deserved blogpaws nomination!!!

  4. Juno is really stunning! I love the pictures of her in front of the cat banner. I really want to foster again, but not sure the timing is right. I also have a bad habit of keeping animals I foster. LOL

    Congratulations on all your nominations!!! All well-deserved! Hope to see you in Myrtle Beach!

  5. What a beauty! I love that picture of her stretched on her hind legs looking out the window. She’s long and lean and so very pretty! Bear is a carpet ripper too. I planned to keep him isolated from Kitty for a few weeks, but after the first couple days I spent with him, I had to go back to work and he howled and shredded carpet for 4 hours – until I broke down and let him out. He’s also an expert at moving anything in front of the door … no matter how heavy :p

    1. I put 3o pounds of weights in these boxes to keep Sophie from moving them! Since she couldn’t she started to chew through the boxes. When she has her mind set on something…!

  6. She’s so cute! I’ve alway wanted to foster cats. Sadly, we’ll be moving out of our current home in the summer so it’ll be a while until we’ll be able to consider something like this. That said, can’t wait for the post on how to do it.

  7. Oh wow, Juno is just gorgeous, she’s so lucky that she has a pawesome furrmily like mew to foster her! And many congratulations on making the finals of BP – WOOOOOO HOOOOOO, guys we’ll be cheering mew on like crazy! MOL

    Happy St Patrick’s Day!

    Bestest purrs

    Basil & Co xox

  8. You have such a beautiful heart to foster ❤ Juno is absolutely gorgeous and looks really happy to be with you. Look forward to more stories about Juno! & meow to Sophie!

  9. Yay!!! Thanks for fostering! We rescued and fostered cats/kittens before we adopted Dante and Ziva, then we had a bottle baby kitten that Ziva became super attached to (my friend adopted the kitten when she was old enough), and then we moved on to dog fostering. :-) It’s a lot of work but it is sooo needed!

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