Fostering, Volunteering and Forms


Thank you for taking the time to visit our site and learn more about fostering an animal in need.

Each year, over 3-4 million animals are euthanized in the United States at shelters across the country. Animal rescues groups have become strong advocates for these animals and their volunteers work tirelessly to save as many animals as they can. Through education, spay/neuter programs, and advocacy they try to curb the overpopulation of pets that inevitably leaves so many without homes.

Most rescues are volunteer-based rescues who take animals in and place them in foster homes until they are adopted by a forever family. Because most rescues are small, non-profit organizations, they rely on the public to participate in their mission of saving animals by donating and more importantly, providing short term, in-home care for animals until they can be adopted.

Please keep in mind that if you choose to apply to foster, you are never obligated. You are completely in control of when, who, and how frequently you take an animal into your home. It is best to work closely with the rescue to discuss your specific lifestyle and home situation to find an animal that will be a fit for your home until that animal is adopted.

Thank you for your interest in fostering, and I hope you will find information that answers your questions and that ultimately you are encouraged to open your heart and home to an animal in need. Every foster home with their doors open is a life saved. Please share the information you learn and tell others about how they can help.

If you cannot foster, please consider volunteering. We need help with everything from transport, events, arts and crafts, fundraisers, networking, etc. Please help out however you can! 🙂

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