Cassie Randolph Opens Up About Her 'Rewarding' Role as Foster Mom to Adorable Kittens
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A purr-fect pastime! Cassie Randolph headed over to Instagram on Wednesday to shed light on her “rewarding” role as a foster mom to several adorable kittens.
“Look at this face!!! I can’t tell you how rewarding fostering these little furry things can be,” the Bachelor Nation star wrote alongside a photo of herself holding a pint-sized feline.
“Right now it is kitten season, so shelters are starting to get overwhelmed,” Cassie continued. “If you’ve ever thought about fostering, I highly recommend.”
The stunning Orange County, California, native then provided an alternative way to help for those who are unable to commit to caring for a cat — buying merch from House Cat Label, co-founded by her sister Michelle Randolph.
“And if you can’t foster, but want to contribute, check out @housecatlabel they give 100% of their proceeds to selected shelters,” Cassie added. “They don’t even make 1 penny off of all their hard work.”
The franchise alum also shared photos of the kittens she is currently fostering — through Los Angeles’ Kitty of Angels organization — and noted that she will be sharing “adoption info” for them soon. “Stay tuned for more kitty things!” she concluded.
Cassie’s cat-focused post comes days after she shared the exciting news that she finished grad school and obtained her master’s in speech-language pathology from University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire.
“I have definitely shed some sentimental tears thinking about this chapter of my life officially coming to a close. It’s been a long road full of late nights, early mornings, homework on the go (in cars, planes, overseas), 400+ clock hours and 6 different internships, many stress tears, intense study sessions, exams, lots of procrastination, and moments where I questioned why I was sticking with this in the first place,” she wrote via Instagram on May 17.
“But, I can say, now being at the end of it, I am so happy that I did. Not only is it such an amazing feeling of accomplishment, but I love my profession. I can confidently say that speech-language pathology is the type of career that will bring so much fulfillment and joy to the rest of my life.”