Available for Foster

Animal Friends Rescue Project does not own a kennel facility and relies on foster homes to care for the majority of dogs and cats in our care. Our foster volunteers are true heroes that provide a loving home environment for the animals that are waiting to be adopted. The more foster homes we have, the more lives we can save!  AFRP provides all the supplies you will need for your foster dog or cat, and covers all veterinary expenses.

The following dogs and cats need foster homes. If you are already an AFRP volunteer, please contact us and let us know which animal you would like to foster.

If you are not yet an AFRP volunteer, we’d love to have you join us! Once you have filled out a volunteer application and gone through a volunteer orientation and training session, you’ll be ready to foster!




Breed: Domestic Medium Hair Buff
Age: 12
Weight: 10 lbs.
Gender: Female

Puff (short for Cream Puff) is a lovely 12-year-old buff tabby with beautiful sea green eyes. She's a mellow and affectionate cat that was adopted from AFRP as a kitten, and recently returned to our care due to a divorce. Puff is a snuggle queen that loves belly rubs and has a deep, rumbly purr. She has wonderful litter box manners and never scratches furniture. She has lived with friendly dogs and cats. Like many older cats, Puff has renal failure and requires a special diet and subcutaneous fluids several times per week to keep her kidneys happy. She's looking for a long term foster volunteer that is comfortable taking care of her medical needs. Prior experience helpful but not required, AFRP staff can provide guidance. All food, supplies and vet care will be provided by AFRP.



Breed: Domestic Short Hair Orange Tabby
Age: 14
Weight: 10 lbs.
Gender: Male

Tigger was adopted from AFRP as a kitten, and returned to our care when his guardian could no longer care for him. Tigg is a handsome 14-year-old green-eyed orange tabby with wonderful manners and a mellow personality. He has always been an indoor-only cat and he is happy to keep you company while you watch TV or read a book. He eats a special renal diet to slow the progression of kidney disease, and needs subcutaneous fluids twice a week. Tigger is looking for an adopter or a long term foster caregiver that is comfortable administering sub-q fluids. AFRP will provide guidance, support, food, medical supplies and vet care. Tigger has lived with other cats.