Foster Candidates

Thank you for visiting our foster candidates page! Below is a current list of pets who need rehabilitation through our foster care program.

If you are a licensed Society foster volunteer, and you’re interested in taking in one of these pets, please email us at If you are not a current member of the foster team, but you would like to get involved, please visit our Foster Program webpage for additional details on how you can help.


Updated: 11/19/18 10:10 a.m.


Age: 2 years

Reason for foster: URI

Length of stay:6 weeks

Poor Sydney could really use some TLC. She came in as a stray and had some mats on her back end. The clinic shaved her and now she is recovering from an upper respiratory infection with the help of some antibiotics.

Sunshine and Roses

Age: 2 months

Reason for foster: Socialization

Length of stay: 4-5 weeks

These sisters came in as strays and have obviously not had too much human contact. They need a nice, quiet foster home where they can learn that humans aren’t all that scary!

Bear Claw, Boston Cream, Jelly and Glazed


Age: 5 weeks

Reason for foster: Age and weight

Length of stay: 5-6 weeks

These are not great photos, but you can still tell that the doughnut litter is adorable! They are currently healthy and just need a few weeks to get big and strong before hitting the adoption floor.


Age: 2 months and 21 days

Reason for foster: URI recovery

Length of stay: 5 weeks

Saga came in as a stray. He is currently recovering from an upper respiratory infection with the help of a twice daily liquid, oral antibiotic.


Age: 8 years old

Reason for foster: behavior

Length of stay:4-6 weeks

Locke was adopted from us back in 2016. Sadly, things did not work out and Locke has found himself back at the shelter. He is dog reactive when walking here. Staff members are having a difficulty time returning him to his kennel, it’s the last place that he wants to be. Locke would be better off in a home environment while he awaits a rescue.


Age: 9 months

Reason for foster: URI recovery

Length of stay: 4-6 weeks

Snowball is not feeling well and needs some time in a loving foster home to recover from her upper respiratory infection.


Pierre and Fefe

Age: 4 months

Reason for foster: URI

Length of stay: 5 weeks

These kitties have been up in our rehab facility for about 2 months now battling upper respiratory infections. It looks like they really need some love and nurturing from a foster parent.


Age: 3 months and 24 days

Reason for foster: URI

Length of stay: 4-5 weeks

Cassidy lost some weight while battling his URI. He needs a home to give him some out of shelter time to gain weight and recover.


Age: 6 years

Reason for foster: URI recovery

Length of stay: 6 weeks

 Auggie is up in rehab fighting her upper respiratory infection. She would love a nice, calm spot where she can recover in peace.


Noah, Nicholas and Nova (Pending pick-up! Thanks, Karen!)

Flower and Deanna (Pending pick-up! Thanks, Jessi!)

Fruity (Thanks Peter and Shannon!)

Boeing and Moxy (Thanks Mikaela!)

Snickers and 4 babies (thanks Ruth!)

Bro and Sis (thanks Rin! Pending pick-up)

Lilo (Pending pick-up! Thanks, Kristina!)

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