Foster Application
Email *
Name: First and Last *
Phone *
Alternate Phone *
Address *
What types of pets are you looking to foster? *
Check all that apply
Explain your home dynamics. *
Who is living in the home, Ages/Relationships?
Do you have a fenced yard if fostering dogs? Do you have an isolated place to keep foster cats kittens separate from family pets if necessary? Explain. *
How many hour per day will someone be with the pets? *
Do you have experience with the type of animals you are attempting to foster? Explain. *
Do you have animals of your own? If so, what kind? *
If yes to above, we highly recommend quarantining new fosters from your pets for 10 days. This will prevent disease transfer and help everyone adjust with the least stress involved. *
Are your owned animals spayed/neutered and up to date on vaccines? *
Do you own or rent your home? *
What kind of home do you live in? *
Can you help network your fosters for adoption?
Clear selection
Are you planning any upcoming vacations? If so when and how long? *
Fosters are expected to make arrangements for their fosters when going on vacation as they would their own pets. Can you make this commitment? *
Adoption Events *
One of the key responsibilities of being a Foster parent is being available to bring the foster pets to Meet and Greet events at area pet stores. Having the animals seen at these events can dramatically increase the likelihood of them being adopted in a much shorter time period. Typically these events are held on Saturdays or Sundays for about three hours. Would you be able to attend adoption Events?
Photos and Videos of Foster Animals *
Can you provide weekly photos/videos and personality descriptions on the HTH Volunteer Group?
Fosters need to be kept until adopted. The length of time required varies by pet and is often reflective of the quality of photos and work effort put into finding homes. The typical commitment is 12 weeks, but can be longer. Will this be an issue? Please explain. *
Fostering is a rewarding process, but it is not without its hardships. It is truly ALOT of work and requires staying power. Fosters may scratch or bite you, they may soil in inappropriate places, steal your food off your plate, or become sick and require you to give them medicine we supply. You need to be prepared for anything. This will be work, but for the greatest good. *
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