The most vital part of rescue is the people who open their homes and hearts to temporarily care for animals until permanent homes can be found. Without fosters, we cannot save lives. Fosters provide the love and socialization that puppies and kittens need and the structure and guidance for older dogs and cats who have been abandoned, abused, or dumped at a high kill facility awaiting their fate.
You can look at it as having perpetual puppies or kittens and for that one dog or cat, you have changed their lives forever. The Animal Rescue Center provides medical care and support, you provide food and love. It doesn’t get any better then that.
Animals eligible for foster care can include kittens, puppies, cats, and dogs. Special needs animals need foster homes too! Since ARC is no kill, we also need caring individuals to provide safety and security for our feline leukemia positive and FIV positive cats and kittens!
Foster care training is provided for anyone interested in becoming a foster parent.
For more information about fostering for the Animal Rescue Center, please email our foster care coordinator!