I know I should - was talkign to the rescue about Molly, and she really doesn't expect me to fully adopt her, she sees it that her being here is doing her a favour, and Molly has a better quality of life here than there, but I do feel that if I can afford to pay for things, then I should. I cover Tom's cystitis meds, as they are only Â£8 for 30 tabs, and he is on them every other day at the moment. I am changing vets to her vets, as I can get a 10% discount on all my cats, not just the fosters (and it is my cats that cost me, not the fosters!!), and a lot of the things I pay for are cheaper through them - I did get Molly insured, as I went for a quote, and it was so cheap, I had to buy it there and then!! So I have an 11, 13 and 14 year old insured for less than Â£30 a month. So i suppose if I can pay for her insurance and maybe the excess, biscuits and litter, then it isn't that much for the rescue if i can't afford food - but I am doing it on a months trial first. I dont think I could afford to feed 4 cats though, and Tom has an existing condition, so his cystitis wouldnt be covered by insurance - and it is his only issue.