Foster volunteers assist with the care of animals that need time in a home setting before they are made available for adoption. This includes pregnant or nursing moms with litters, litters that are too young and need time to grow, animals in need of socialization and animals recovering from illness or injury. Depending on the season, fostering might last a few weeks or a few months.
Provide care for foster animal in your homeProvide necessary supplies such as food, litter, bedding and toys for foster animalsAdminister DCHS prescribed medications as neededReturn animal for vaccinations and vet checks as neededCommunicate with Foster Coordinator regarding spay/neuter scheduling and foster animal return
Duties and Responsibilities:
Requirements:Minimum age of 18 years oldAll pets living in the household must be up-to-date on vaccinations and vet careLandlord approval if rentingTime and space to care for foster animalAbility to isolate foster animal(s) from personal pet(s) highly preferred