Save Two Lives by Sharing Yours
For each animal that is fostered, another is able to be rescued. This is why we are eternally grateful to our fosters. We provide the support and supplies and they provide the home, space, and love that help our dogs (and the occasional cat) transition to life with their forever families.
I foster to be able to give a dog another chance at having the life it deserves.
Watching the sadness and fear in their eyes and body language slowly disappear. Seeing happiness and joy replace the fear and sadness. It fills your heart the way nothing else can. When they find there forever home a little piece of your heart goes with them, but you're able to watch them grow and flourish."
- Tiffany Haynes
What does a foster do?
Foster's care for animals until they are adopted. This will vary based on the animal, but we make every effort to ensure a good and safe foster match.
I'm Afraid of Getting Attached
It's natural to get attached. If you do and want to adopt the animal you are fostering, simply let us know as soon as possible. Most of our fosters have at least one animal that they just couldn't let go.