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Thank You for Considering the Lifesaving Act of Becoming a Foster

Animals available for foster are cats and dogs we are unable to keep in the Humane Society or ones that need some time in a home environment. Sometimes having an open foster is the only way we can help an animal in need in our community. Becoming a foster is a very rewarding experience, and can be a lot of fun! There are often tears shed when a foster pet finally finds a home of their own, but knowing you have saved a life and opened up space to save another is truly rewarding. Even if we don’t have an animal needing foster right away, we’ll keep you in our list of fosters to contact once we have an animal in need.

These are the types of cases we need fosters for:
  • Pregnant/Nursing Cats and Dogs
  • Bottle Baby Kittens and Puppies
  • Kittens and Puppies Not Old Enough to Stay at the Humane Society Yet
  • Special Needs Cats and Dogs
  • Ill Cats and Dogs
  • Cats and Dogs Needing a Break
What are the Responsibilities of a Foster Family?
  • Provide a safe, clean, and caring environment for the animal.
  • Provide food, water, exercise and socialization as appropriate.
  • Monitor any medical and/or behavioral problems and provide any medications as directed. (Medicine provided by Scruffy Tails Humane Society)

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