Foster Animal Program
As Pets Lifeline constructs its new Animal Resource Center, foster families are going to be more important than ever. Foster families provide temporary homes for cats, kittens, and dogs. Fostering helps shy animals develop social skills, provides individual care for animals with health conditions or high needs, and gets them used to living in a household. For general information about volunteering at Pets Lifeline, please contact Michael Fontaine at 707.996.4577 ext 104, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We regularly need foster homes for kittens that are too young to go up for adoption or who need socialization. During construction, adult and senior cats will also need temporary homes while they await their forever homes. For specific information regarding becoming a Cat/Kitten Foster Parent, please contact Shoshana Brown at 707-996-4577 ext 103, or email@example.com.
Click here for our Feline Foster Home Application. Application is also embedded below.
Dogs take a lot of individual time and work to train and socialize. During construction, we will rely on foster homes to temporarily house our dogs while they await their forever homes. For specific information regarding becoming a Canine Foster Parent, please contact Mary Ann McCullough at 707-996-4577 ext 101, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for our Canine Foster Home Application. Application is also embedded below.