Foster Candidates

Foster Candidates

Click on the banners below to see a list of shelter animals who are currently looking for foster care. Animals are listed in one of two categories: High Priority and General. Click the yellow banners to expand each section.

If you are a current foster and see someone below who you'd like to bring into your care, email us at foster@anticruelty.org. If you're not a current foster, but are interested in taking part, visit our About Fostering page to learn how to get started. 

Animals Awaiting Placement

Updated: 1/15/2022 at 5:30 p.m.

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Name: Kima A48726923

Age:  5 ½ months

Reason for Foster: Too Small/Socialization

Length of Stay: 1 month

Meet Kima! This young rabbit is looking for a calm, cozy foster home where she can continue to grow big and strong while learning that humans can be the best of friends. She would benefit greatly from a patient, engaged foster who is willing to introduce her to the sights, sounds, smells, and feelings that come along with being a human's best friend. If  Kima sounds like a good fit for you, please reach out to the foster team with her name and ID number.

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Name: Andres A48726920

Age: 5 ½ months

Reason for Foster: Too Small/Socialization

Length of Stay: 1 month

Meet Andres! This young rabbit is looking for a calm, cozy foster home where he can continue to grow big and strong while learning that humans can be the best of friends. He would benefit greatly from a patient, engaged foster who is willing to introduce him to the sights, sounds, smells, and feelings that come along with being a human's best friend. If Andres sounds like a good fit for you, please reach out to the foster team with his name and ID number.

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Name: Tracey A49068672

Age: 1 year

Reason for Foster: Adoption Ambassador

Length of Stay: 4-6 weeks

Meet Tracey! Tracey (45lbs) is a playful, friendly young girl who is looking for a foster home where she can await her forever family. She is treat and attention motivated, so while she still needs help with typical adolescent dog training - like learning commands and house training - she is eager to learn. She will do well with daily mental and physical exercise. Future foster should note that Tracey is considered a Special Care adoption due to arthritis and a fracture in her left knee that she came to us with. She still gets around well but it's something to be aware of! If you are interested in fostering Tracey, please reach out to the foster team with her name and ID number. 

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Name: Bruno A46824064

Age: 7 years

Reason for Foster: Adoption Ambassador

Length of Stay: 4-6 weeks

Meet Bruno! Bruno (65lbs) is an older but still playful, affectionate dog who will need a patient, engaged foster who is ready to work with him on the training he needs while he awaits his forever family. He has not been house trained so he will need crate training and a schedule for potty breaks. He also still needs to work on manners with other dogs so will likely do best as the only animal in the home. He has been known to bark loudly here at the shelter so while this behavior will hopefully not follow to a home environment, he may not be best for high-rise type living. Due to his size and energy levels, we recommend a foster home with no small children or cats. He will do well with daily mental and physical exercise. If you are interested in fostering Bruno, please reach out to the foster team with his name and ID number. 

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Name: Jessica A48726922 & Lola A48726923

Age: 3 ½ months

Reason for Foster: Too Small/Socialization

Length of Stay: 3 months

Meet Jessica and Lola! These young rabbit sisters are looking for a calm, cozy foster home where they can continue to grow big and strong while learning that humans can be the best of friends. They would benefit greatly from a patient, engaged foster who is willing to introduce them to the sights, sounds, smells, and feelings that come along with being a human's best friend. Three months is a long time! If you don't think you can commit to three months but would still like to give these little ones a break from the shelter, please do still get in touch. If you would be interested in fostering Jessica and Lola, please reach out to the foster team with their names and ID numbers.

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Name: Roger, Peter, & Bugs A49318759, A49318756 & A49318752

Age: 3 ½ months

Reason for Foster: Too Small/Socialization

Length of Stay: 3 months

Meet Roger, Peter, and Bugs! These young rabbit brothers are looking for a calm, cozy foster home where they can continue to grow big and strong while learning that humans can be the best of friends. They would benefit greatly from a patient, engaged foster who is willing to introduce them to the sights, sounds, smells, and feelings that come along with being a human's best friend. Three months is a long time! If you don't think you can commit to three months but would still like to give these little ones a break from the shelter, please do still get in touch. If Roger, Peter, and Bugs sound like a good fit for you, please reach out to the foster team with their names and ID numbers.