In the world of rescue, a vital part is fostering. Sometimes rescues and shelters need a special person or family to take in an animal for an interim period to help nurture and love.
There are many aspects to fostering including motherless animals that need care every few hours with feeding and socializing. There are medical fosters that provide a safe, peaceful atmosphere to recover from sickness or a medical procedure, and there is foster for seniors or hospice animals to allow them to live their remaining time in a loving home as part of a family.
Fosters are in dire need all the time, but especially in the summer months. If you can open up your home and help, please contact the NSPCA or a local rescue. You will make a difference and your choice to foster will change your life forever.
Hazel (pictured) is just one of the pups looking for a medical foster!