Rewarding. Challenging. Life Changing. These are just some of the words our foster carers use to describe their experience of fostering an animal in need. By becoming a foster carer, you are truly making a difference and saving the lives of cats and dogs facing euthanasia within our community.
Fostering involves caring for a cat and/or dog in your own home until their forever home is found. As a foster carer, you will be supported by a Carer Coordinator who will assist you in your journey of being a foster carer. New foster carers will be allocated a Mentor and an appropriate animal to foster for up to their first 3 fosters – this way you will be eased into the fostering experience with animals that suit your situation. All standard vet work such as microchipping, vaccinations, desexing, worm and flea treatments for each foster animal is provided. Fostering is a big commitment so it is important to think through the below points: