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Foster

There are many pets that come into our shelter that need a foster home. This can be due to health issues, or just needing that extra socialization. If you are interested in fostering, please contact the shelter to speak with our Foster Coordinator.

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**WE ARE desperately seeking foster homes in anticipation for the arrival of Kittens and puppies**

**If you are interested in fostering, please fill out the application below**

If you’re not able to adopt a pet, but would like to help out and care for some of the animals, then fostering is a great option for you!

Many of the animals in the shelter cannot show you how loving and affectionate they can be because being housed in a shelter can be a stressful and terrifying experience for them.
When you foster, you can provide a temporary loving home until they find their forever home. Fostering also helps the shelter keep extra space open for any animals that are surrendered or brought into the shelter. 
Food and supplies for the animal are provided to the foster parent at no charge.  All medical care is provided by our shelter vets and the animals all have age appropriate vaccinations prior to going to your home.
If you are interested in fostering for MOAS, please contact the shelter at 706-795-2868. From this point, ask for our Foster Coordinator who will help get the application process started for you.

 

 

Name *
Name
Phone *
Phone
Phone 2
Phone 2
Own Pets *
Are your Pets Up-To-Date on Vaccines? *
We Require your personal pet to be up to date with a: DAPP Vaccine Bordetella Vaccine Influenza Vaccine Rabies Vaccine
Are your Pets Spayed/Neutered? *
Type N/A if your do not have pets or if they are spayed/neutered.
Type N/A if none.
Dwelling Type *
Do you have a fence? *
Type N/A is none.
Landlord Permission
Specific Breed, Size, Inside/Outside, etc.
Foster Type *
For Dogs and Puppies will you crate?
Type N/A if you have not owned a pet.