Trent is a member of the US Army and is preparing for an overseas assignment from 3/4/2021 – 4/1/2022.  Trent is hoping to find a great foster for his two cats near their home in Las Vegas, NV, but he is able to drive/fly the girls anywhere in advance of their foster term.

Hildr is a 3 year old, 10 lbs, spayed female domestic short haired tabby cat.  She is microchipped and up to date on her vaccinations and flea/tick preventative.  Hildr is the shy kitty of this pair.  She has lived happily with cats and dogs, though if the dog is more energetic, she is likely to run and hide.  Trent says, “Hildr loves cuddles once she gets to know you. If she’s really enjoying getting petted she may dribble a little. She loves getting scratched behind the ears. Her favorite things are playing with the laser pen and watching people out of the window.”

Kara is a 3 year old, 10lbs, spayed female domestic medium haired black cat.  She is also microchipped and up to date on her vaccinations and flea/tick preventative. Kara is more outgoing and will actively ask for attention from her people.  Trent says, “She loves to get attention and will just roll over when she sees you come past to beg for belly rubs. She is much less shy that Hildr. She loves catnip and will stand on her hind legs for treats.”

FUR FACTS: Hildr
3/4/2021– 4/1/2022 (13 months)
Currently in Las Vegas, NV
Female, Spayed, 3 years old, 10 lbs DSH – Tabby

Children: Good with kids
Other dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: Good with other cats
Low Energy, Litter trained, up to date on vaccinations, flea/tick prevention

FUR FACTS: Kara
3/4/2021– 4/1/2022 (13 months)
Currently in Las Vegas, NV
Female, Spayed, 3 years old, 10 lbs  DMH – Black

Children: Good with kids
Other dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: Good with other cats
Low Energy, Litter trained, up to date on vaccinations, flea/tick prevention

If you are interested in fostering pets like Hildr and Kara, fill out a Foster Family Application. If you are interested and have already completed your Foster Application, please emailinfo@pactforanimals.org and let us know!