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Be a Foster!

Can we crash at your place for a little while?

As a small no-kill facility, we sometimes need a little extra space outside of the shelter. Heartworm positive dogs, special needs cats, special surgeries, and new litters of puppies or kittens require round the clock care that can often be difficult at the facility. By signing up to be a foster, you'd be helping those that need help the most by preparing them for their future forever homes.

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Who Needs  Fostering?

Kittens or puppies that require bottle feeding

Puppies or kittens that are awaiting vaccinations and spay/neuter

Cats or dogs with special dietary needs

Heartworm-positive dogs

Pets who have difficulties adjusting to the shelter due to 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

What We Will Provide:

Food (Kitten/Puppy, Wet/Dry, Prescription)

Supplies (Crate/Potty Pads/Bowls/Etc.)

Any Necessary Medicine/Vaccinations

Litter/Litter Box/Scooper

Veterinary Care

Our Support

Why Foster?

Foster homes expand our facility beyond our standard capacity. With the help of foster homes, we are able to help more animals. 

Email for more information or call the facility at (423) 877-0738.

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