Fostering not only saves the life of the animal that you bring into your home, but it also opens up space at the Refuge for another animal to get the care they deserve.
As a foster parent, you can shelter puppies and kittens that arrive from other rescues or shelters until they are old enough to be adopted, or you may be asked to take in an adult animal that needs recovery time or medical attention. You can also foster an animal that needs socialization or a break from the stresses of a shelter environment.
If you'd like to join our dedicated community of fosters, please fill out our Foster Questionnaire and a staff member will contact you. You will be asked to attend an orientation so that we can get to know each other and figure out which animals you can help us save! If you have any questions, you can contact us here.