We do not typically foster our animals except in special cases when an animal is not ready for adoption and needs extra care. Some animals benefiting form foster care would be pregnant mothers, nursing mothers and infants, orphaned puppies and kittens, dogs undergoing heart worm treatment, or abused, fearful animals that need to learn to trust again. They are then returned to the shelter and are ready for adoption. If you are interested, please call the shelter to be added to a list of potential foster parents. We will contact the people on the list when a situation calls for a foster home.
Gayle was scared at the shelter and is thriving in foster care.
Bella was pregnant when she was rescued, so she was fostered until her pups were also ready for adoption.