Foster Care is a temporary home for displaced and unwanted companion animals until a loving permanent home can be found. These animals may be too young for adoption, may be pregnant, may need medication for illness or injury, training or simply some extra time.
What makes this program work? Foster care providers. Without their dedication and willingness to provide food, shelter and most of all love, some of these animals may not find a happy ending. Anyone interested in being a foster care provider or if you would like to train to be a placement interviewer, please contact our foster care coordinator.
Foster care is needed for small animals as well as for dogs, cats, puppies and kittens. The Animal Welfare League will train foster families and provide the necessary supplies. Adoption Interviewers are also needed.
For more information please contact our foster care coordinator.
Please see our list of available pets.