Become A Foster
In order to ensure the safety of our animals, all potential fosters undergo several safety procedures prior to fostering our animals.
What is fostering?
Fostering is volunteering to take animals that are able to be re-homed into your home and taking care of them until we are able to re-home them.
All of our fosters are volunteers.
Who can foster?
Fosters must be at least 18 years of age. Homes of our fosters must be free of aggressive animals, and we do not recommend that people with small children foster animals. Furthermore, fosters should definitely love and have a passion for animals!
All potential fosters must undergo several safety checks such as passing background checks and submitting references. Our process is strict to ensure the safety of our animals.
What are fosters responsible for?
Fosters are responsible for taking care of one or more animals during periods that they are available to foster. Animals are re-homed as quickly as possible, but can take a good amount of time for us to find the perfect match for an animal.
Fosters are responsible for feeding and cleaning the animal(s). We also ask that fosters follow through with any scheduled veterinary appointments – we do our best to ensure that fosters are educated on the history of the animal(s) and whether or not any treatment is ongoing prior to fostering.