All about animal fostering with Cindy

Presenting a new episode of the web series for seniors We’re All In This Together

Time for kitten cuddles during We’re All In This Together’s next episode, Animal Fostering with Cindy, which will be released on YouTube on Friday, April 23 at 6 pm.

Cindy from Heart In Hand Rescue

Cindy from Heart In Hand Rescue

As the founder of Heart in Hand Rescue, who save over 1,000 cats and kittens every year, Cindy discusses what is means to foster a cat, what you can expect and what is required. She will also introduce us to an intergenerational family who share the joy and sense of purpose by protecting the felines in our community. Animal shelters rely heavily on the help of foster families to support cats who may need extra attention, who are pregnant or who just don’t have anywhere safe to go. If you are curious about having a pet but not quite sure about the commitment, fostering is a great place to start!

Each bi-weekly episode of the 18-episode web series, directed by Montreal-based award-winning filmmaker Bobbi Jo Hart, features entertainment, activities and conversations designed to connect with those in need of support and empathy with a gentle reminder that we are, indeed, all in this together.

Episodes released so far can easily be found on the We’re All In This Together YouTube channel and Facebook page and are available for anyone to enjoy.

This is also a great opportunity to take a moment to assure that the seniors around you can access the Internet so that they can take advantage of all the online resources available to them.

Images: Bobbi Jo Hart

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