Fraser Valley Humane Society

Fraser Valley Humane Society

Feline Adoption Center


scroll further down to learn more about Membership and Fostering! 

We are seeking mature and reliable volunteers at this cats-only animal shelter!


  • Time and effort to benefit the cats in your community for a non-profit organization


  • Resume-worthy experience and expertise with felines…of all temperaments and ages!


  • Feline-handling, health, feeding and care

If you enjoy being around cats, are able to commit from 2 to 10 hours weekly, scheduled around your availability, then we would love to talk with you!

Duties include:

  • housekeeping (cleaning and disinfecting cat residences)
  • feeding and watering
  • laundering cat blankets and toys
  • maintaining cleanliness of common cat areas (sweeping, mopping)
  • participating with fundraising events
  • entertainment (playing with the cats, exercising them and cuddling them)
  • assisting with adoptions
  • educating the public about our beneficial shelter programs

Please call or stop by today for more information – our cats will thank you 🙂

How to become a Member

Would you like to become a member of the Fraser Valley Humane Society?  Come join our organization, we can use your help.  If you are interested in fostering, animal rescue, or just simply caring, then come join our cause and fill out our membership form below.

DOWNLOAD: Membership Form (Adobe Pdf Document)
(Click on the link above to download–you must have Acrobat Reader to read this form)

 With your FVHS Membership, you will also receive:

• Informative newsletters
• Notifications of upcoming events and fundraisers
• Direct input into how FVHS is directed

100% of membership dues go to help the cats at our shelter!

How to become a Foster Parent

Kitten Foster Homes

Would you like your family to experience the fun of kittens without adding to the already over population of unwanted cats? If you answer is yes, then fostering is the solution

The busiest time of the year at our shelter is kitten season. It usually runs from May to October and our small center just doesn’t have room for all the kittens that will come in. Many are orphaned, some need bottle feeding, others will come with their mom and more will already be eating solid food.

The age of the kittens when they in will determine how long we need them to stay in their foster home. At the FVHS we do not get kittens spayed or neutered until they are approximately 3 months old so usually keep them in the foster home until that time. It is important that any other pets in the home are up to date with their vaccinations.

If you are able to provide a loving, fun and interesting home environment where our kittens can be socialized to different people and animals, we’d like to talk to you. Please pop into our shelter and ask how you could become a foster family.