I’m brand new here and need some advice. I’ve done cat/kitten rescue for years, but have never fostered, and have been presented with a new challenge. I live in Spain and speak very little Spanish. A local shelter has asked if I could foster a pregnant mama cat and the kittens until they are weaned. I agreed. Well, it turns out that the cat is a stray that has always been outside (but not feral) and the shelter doesn’t even have it yet ... they hope to catch it tomorrow. I’m shaking my head. I’ve had two pregnant gals choose to come into my house to have their babies, but I’ve never had a captured cat brought to me like this before. Because of the language barrier and cultural differences, I know that I will have very little support, and I even fear they won’t do right and take charge of mama and babies later (I can do that, though). I have the small guest bedroom set up to keep her separate from my two cats and dog, fresh litter box, bowls, Kitten Chow for growth, and everything for bedding/nesting. Everything I’ve read about acclimating an outdoor cat to the indoors is just about them; I haven’t found anything about doing it with a pregnant cat. I could write a lot more, but I’m sure you get the idea. I’m freaking out just a bit. Should I treat it the same as the two that chose to come in, with room for issues of course, or is there more that I should do? And, it took a lot of work to get my animals parasite free ... can I flea-treat a pregnant cat? I know I can ask my vet in the morning, but I’m worried about it now. Thanks for any thoughts or advice!