Which pet would you like to foster in your home?
Airilynn (Cat - C2021012)
Bellatrix - Sponsored!!! (Cat - C2021016)
Bug (Cat - C2020087)
Buttercup (Cat - C2021006)
Butterscotch (Cat - C2021023)
Forrest (Cat - C2021030)
Heidi (Cat - C2021004)
Jake (Dog - D2021020)
Jenny (Cat - C2021029)
KiyKiy (Cat - C2021011)
Leroy (Cat - C2021005)
PJ (Cat - C2021026)
Sawdust (Cat - C2021027)
Sophie (Cat - C2021009)
Starry (Cat - C2021008)
Zeus (Dog - D2021034)
If the name of the animal you wish to foster is not on the above list, or if you would like help choosing the right pet for your family to foster, please let us know what species, breed, size, age and temperament pet you are interested in fostering.
Your First Name (required)
Your Last Name (required)
Street Address (required)
Please list all members of your household, including yourself, and their ages.
Do you have young children visit on a regular basis? (i.e. grandchildren, babysitting, friends with small children)?
If you checked "yes" to the above question, please tell us more about the young children that visit. Please include ages of all children and frequency of visits.
Do you own your home?
If you rent, please provide your landlord's phone number. We will contact your landlord to ensure that the pet you wish to foster will be permitted on the property.
Please list the other pets that live in your household, including species, breeds, and ages. We love to hear about your animal family members!
Are these pets spayed/neutered? If you have current pets that are not sterilized, please explain why. Many foster pets are not yet sterilized. We want to prevent unwanted litters by ensuring that your pets are sterilized. We appreciate your understanding.
Do you have a regular veterinarian?
If you answered "yes" to the above question, please tell us the name and phone number of your regular veterinarian. We will contact your veterinarian to verify that your current pets are spayed/neutered and are up-to-date on their vaccinations. We conduct this vet check in order to keep your pets safe from a foster pet, which might be harboring unknown diseases that could infect unvaccinated pets in your home. Many foster pets are not yet sterilized. We want to prevent unwanted litters by ensuring that your pets are sterilized. We appreciate your understanding.
Please describe why you are excited about fostering a pet for HSAC.
Foster pets are still the responsibility of HSAC. We will provide supplies, such as collar, leash, litterbox, formula and bottles for baby animals, food for adult animals, and reasonable routine vet care. Foster pets do not belong to the foster family. Decisions about vet care will be made by HSAC and only those expenses that are authorized by HSAC will be covered financially by HSAC. The foster pet must be returned to HSAC upon request. Do you agree to these conditions?