Foster an Animal

We often have animals who come to the shelter who, for a variety of reasons, would do much better in a foster home. During kitten season, we have pregnant cats who would much prefer to give birth and take care of their kittens in the peace and quiet of a room in your home and we have kittens without their moms who would love to be cuddled and spoiled by you until they are big and strong enough to come back to the shelter and be spayed or neutered before they are adopted; we sometimes have skittish cats who need individualized love and attention so they can learn to trust humans again; we have dogs who are very nervous and upset in the shelter environment who would benefit tremendously by being fostered until they find their forever homes; and we sometimes have puppies who would do much better in a home environment, rather than in the shelter, until they grow big and strong.