A home environment is the best possible place for an animal to prepare for its future. Foster parents provide a safe and loving home for all animals but especially those that may need medical attention, rehabilitation and socialization with humans and other pets. Being in a foster home keeps them out of shelters where they usually live surrounded by concrete walls and have a greater chance of being euthanized. Fostering makes a huge contribution to their health and well being, ensuring that the animals have the best chance of being rehomed. Happy animals will mean healthy adoptions.
“Fostering rescue dogs is a life-changing experience! When an animal arrives, they are often lonely and frightened. Watching them bloom into a happy, confident dog is so fulfilling. When they’re finally adopted by their ‘furever family,’ you realize that you’ve saved a life.”
— Heather T.