Be a Foster Parent to an Animal in need
Our shelter is also connected to a hospital for all animals that come in with various illnesses that are in need of immediate treatment. This naturally puts new admissions at risk of infection. Baby animals are particularly vulnerable and are also hungry for affection since they were orphaned when they were rescued. We can avoid several risky infections by fostering.
Fostering is nothing but part-time care for a pet - this means you could play guardian to a puppy or a kitten for a period of 2-4 weeks and give it individual attention in an infection-free environment, while we try and find homes for them. This greatly increases their chances of survival and significantly reduces the stress that comes from being in a facility that houses several other animals. Once the adoptive home is finalised, the foster parent will hand over the puppy or kitten to the permanent family.
For more information, register in the following form and we will be in touch with you.