||Become a Foster Parent
Thank you for your interest in becoming a Foster Parent with us!
Every month we receive pets that require special care. Some of these dogs and cats have sustained injuries or are ill. Others are too young to be placed right into adoption. Your assistance providing much needed care can make a positive difference for such pets.
It takes special dedication and commitment to provide care to our Special Needs pets. Fostering is often a 24/7 responsibility and pets must be returned to our Clinic for checkups as often as every two weeks. Please be sure you are able to commit the time and care for the sake of your fostering success and the health and survival of your foster pet(s).
The following categories of Special Need dogs and cats must often have foster care:
- Injured Pets—Dogs and cats that have sustained an injury or wound that just needs time to heal.
- Sick Pets—Dogs and cats that have a non-contagious medical condition.
- Puppies-Very young puppies who are less than eight weeks old.
- Kittens-Very young kittens who weigh less than two pounds.
How to Become a Foster Parent
Follow these easy steps:
- Thoroughly read, complete and sign the Foster Parent Application.
Mail your completed application to:
Animal Care Foster Care Coordinator
1870 S.W. 39th St.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
- You may also drop off your application at the address above.
Once your application is approved, you will be contacted by our Foster Program Coordinator.
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