We urgently need fosters to provide life-saving care for dogs and cats who are out of time in our partner shelters. What does fostering entail? Read our foster info below. If you're interested in saving a life, please fill out out THIS QUESTIONNAIRE or contact

Plenty of loving, adoptable animals face euthanasia every week in parts of the country struggling with overpopulation. As a rescue, we are in continuous contact with such shelters, who keep us abreast of the animals in need of rescue. Would-be fosters and rescue representatives work together to select animals from these "urgent lists" who are likely to be a good fit for the foster's home (based on temperament, size, age, etc.). A rescue representative will bring the cat or dog to your home and help them settle in. Then...

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What style of home and/or experience do I need to foster?

Our foster animals are housed indoors, so your home simply needs sufficient space to accommodate a foster animal and their belongings. A fenced yard is not a prerequisite for fostering dogs, provided that you are able to offer them regular leash walks and leashed potty breaks.

What if I can't care for my foster pet until they are adopted?

We are a very small-scale rescue, and we do not have a shelter facility. Therefore, fostering represents a commitment to care for the animal until a suitable placement has been found. However, if fosters have upcoming travel, we can often arrange for short-term house sitting or "boarding" through our volunteer base. Please share upcoming travel plans if you are interested in fostering!