Things I wish I knew as an unplanned rescue foster kitten mom: 

  • I will need a lot of milk
  • I will need more than one dropper bottle
  • I will need to get up every 2 hours and feed every kitten
  • I will need a warm clean secure basket with low edges for the kittens
  • I will need small bowls for the kittens to transition to
  • I will need a small litter box with low edges for the kittens to train
  • I will need to track their weight
  • I will need to track their shots
Cat planner for foster kitties

I fostered kittens years ago, and they were a litter I rescued from our town. I wish I had this kitten planner then. 

This was before Google and certainly no access to records to track anything. I also did not get the kitten we kept, fixed early enough. 

I would have had less stress overall trying not to figure things out as I went!

This kitten planner is popular with kitten foster parents. 

I did not have a kitten planner or the multiple pet planner, to incorporate my cat. She is a rescue and was fostered with dogs. She has never been outside and is still an indoor cat. When we adopted her-she was so skinny, I would have loved to have a weight tracker for her at that time!

Now as you can see, she is plump! This cover design was inspired by her.

Check out all the pages of the kitten planner here