What is Fostering?
As a small facility, we are always in need of a little outside help. Our main goal is to have as many adoptable animals in the building as possible, however special needs cases fall on our doorstep daily. With the help of available foster homes, we are able to save many more lives that need our help. Our Foster Families typically house those who need extra attention that could be otherwise too difficult to maintain without 24/hour care.
Who Needs Fostering?
Kittens or Puppies who need bottle feeding
Kittens or Puppies who need to be vaccinated and then Spay/Neutered
Cats or Dogs that have special dietary needs
Anyone who may have a difficulty adjusting to the shelter environment due the stress of abandonment or grieving over the loss of a loved one.
Elderly Cats or Dogs who would thrive better without the stress of shelter living.
We Will Provide:
Supplies (Crate/Potty Pads/Bowls/Etc.)
Any Necessary Medicine/Vaccinations
Veterinary Care At Chattanooga Veterinary Center
Help an animal in need and sign up to be a
Once the forms are submitted, our Foster Coordinator, Debbie Hamilton, will contact you about the next steps for fostering.