Foster Orientation 9/14/19
Hello Future Fosters!

Not only does fostering save lives, it’s also incredibly rewarding. When you take a foster animal home, you’re giving them the opportunity to stay in a comfortable and loving environment while they search for their new family. While some of these animals may be sick, injured, too young for adoption, or are having a hard time adjusting to a shelter environment, many don’t need extra care, just room and board for a few weeks.

Animals sent to foster may be:
- Sick or injured.
- Young animals that may need some help with basic manners.
- Puppies and kitten that are not yet ready for adoption.
- Shy animals that don't do well in the care center.

While we love our little dogs, too, they tend to get adopted quickly, and don’t require as much help as our larger population. With that in mind, if you love the idea of helping out some amazing, large breed dogs, please fill out the following information to sign up for the orientation.

We recommend a 2 week separation period between resident pets and foster animals.

Please note that you must be over the age of 18 to attend this orientation. We ask that our guests arrive early as it may take some time to check in.

Saturday, September 14th from 12pm-2pm
Assemblymember Michael Reilly’s District Office
7001 Amboy Road
Suite 202 E
Staten Island, NY 10307


Hope to see you there!
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