Fosters turn animals into pets. Animals with special needs typically need to be fostered before they’re adoptable—they need extra time and attention to overcome emotional or medical challenges. Some of our animals need to undergo heartworm treatment or learn how to live with eyesight or hearing loss. Whatever the challenge, we’ll prepare you with a treatment plan specifically tailored to their needs.
Fostering pets is a serious commitment, but it’s also a rewarding opportunity to watch animals on their journey to their forever homes.
We also offer a Compassion Foster program to care for animals in extenuating circumstances, like a medical emergency or domestic violence. These animals are not up for adoption, but their owners are in crisis and need someone to care for their animals for a defined amount of time.