Foster Homes Needed!
Foster parents help animals who are not ready to be made available for adoption due to their age, size, health, or need for socialization. This is an amazing gift to the animals and to all of us who are working for their success.
Foster parents need to have a safe place in their home where animals can recover, grow up, or just learn how to be more comfortable with people. Depending on the animal and the reason for foster, we may be asking for cage rest, regular feeding (for bottle baby kittens), potty training, or basic training. Foster parents help prepare pets to live as someone else’s beloved companion.
- Complete a volunteer interest form
- Attend volunteer orientation
- Attend foster parent training
Length of foster care varies, but averages 2 to 6 weeks at a time.
How to get started:
Review our general volunteer program requirements and e-mail our Volunteer Manager. You will receive a quick online questionnaire to help you get started!