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!

 

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Georgie

Breed: DSH Brown Tabby
Age: 3 Years
Weight: 12 Pounds
Gender: Male

Georgie is a 3-year-old brown tabby that was adopted from AFRP in 2017 and recently returned to our care because he was not getting along with the other cat in the home. He's looking for a quiet place without other pets where he can relax and decompress. He can become overstimulated when petted so we prefer to place him in an adult foster home or family with cat-savvy kids over age 12. If you can offer a stress-free and quiet temporary home for Georgie, please contact Dawn@animalfriendsrescue.org

 

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Lucy

Breed: DSH Brown Tabby
Age: 15 Years
Weight: 12 Pounds
Gender: Female

Lucy is a calm and mellow 15-year-old brown tabby looking for a new foster home. She's a sweet girl that likes attention and will do best in a home where there is a person around much of the day. She enjoys napping on your lap while you read or watch TV. Lucy has a sensitive stomach and requires a special diet. She needs to be a single pet in the home. AFRP provides all supplies, food, vet care, and support. For more information about becoming a foster home for Lucy, please contact volunteer@animalfriendsrescue.org

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Tigger

Breed: DSH Orange Tabby
Age: Senior
Weight: 12 Pounds
Gender: Male

Tigger is a friendly 15-year-old orange tabby with lots of love to share. He was adopted from AFRP as a kitten, and returned to our care when his guardian could no longer care for him. Like most senior cats, Tigger spends lots of time napping, but he also enjoys head-rubs, petting and playing with toys. He has renal disease, and required a special diet and the administration of subcutaneous fluids to keep his kidneys happy. AFRP supplies advice, supplies, vet care and support. Tigger needs to be a single cat in the home. For more information, please email volunteer@animalfriendsrescue.org

 

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Foster Homes  Needed for Kittens

Breed: All
Age: Baby
Weight: Varies
Gender: Both

This is the time of year we are called upon to help with homeless moms with kittens, orphaned kittens and kittens needing bottle feeding. The more foster homes we have, the more lives we can save. AFRP provides all supplies, vet care, advice and support - you provide a safe space and a lot of love! Let us know if you would like to become a kitten foster volunteer. Emai volunteer@animalfriendsrescue.org

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Foster Homes Needed for Puppies

Breed: All Breeds
Age: Puppies
Weight: Varies
Gender: Males and Females

AFRP is called upon by our local shelters to help with underaged puppies of all ages and breeds. Some are in need of bottle feeding, others are old enough to eat on their own and just need some love and guidance before becoming available for adoption. The more foster homes we have, the more lives we can save. AFRP provides all supplies, vet care, advice and support - you provide a safe space and a lot of love! If you would like to become a puppy foster volunteer, please contact volunteer@animalfriendsrescue.org

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 Foster Homes Needed for Adult Cats

Breed: All Breeds
Age: Varies
Weight: Varies
Gender: Males and Females

AFRP is called upon year round to help with adult cats in our local shelters, cats in our community that need new homes, and cats that were previously adopted from AFRP whose guardians can no longer care for them. They typically need a quiet space to recover from the loss of their past home, and they do best in a home setting with lots of love and support. Once they are feeling confident and happy, they are ready for a new family. This is a very rewarding position for cat lovers. The more foster homes we have, the more lives we can save. AFRP provides all supplies, vet care, advice and support - you provide a safe space and a lot of love! If you would like to become an adult cat foster volunteer please contact volunteer@animalfriendsrescue.org

 

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 Foster Homes Needed for Adult Dogs

Breed: All Breeds
Age: Varies
Weight: Varies
Gender: Males and Females

AFRP is called upon year round to help with adult dogs in our local shelters, dogs in our community that need new homes, and dogs that were previously adopted from AFRP whose guardians can no longer care for them. They typically need a quiet space to recover from the loss of their past home, and they do best in a home setting with lots of love and support. Once they are feeling confident and happy, they are ready for a new family. This is a very rewarding position for dog lovers. The more foster homes we have, the more lives we can save. AFRP provides all supplies, vet care, advice and support - you provide a safe space and a lot of love! If you would like to become an adult dog foster volunteer please contact volunteer@animalfriendsrescue.org