Foster Candidates

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 foster@anticruelty.org
If you are not a current member of the foster team, but you would like to get involved, please visit our Foster Program page for additional details on how you can help.

We will update this page as often as we can, but we also encourage you to visit the Foster Facebook page for an updated list of who is awaiting placement. You can also email us at foster@anticrulty.org. Thank you!

Foster Candidates Awaiting Placement

Updated: 6/17/19 at 1:40 p.m.

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Artie

Age: 1 year and 9 months

Reason for foster: Alleviate in kennel stress

Length of stay: Adoption Ambassador

Intake date: 12/6/17,  5/12/18 and 2/9/19

Artie has been in an out of shelters his entire life. Originally a rescue transfer from Alabama, then adopted and returned because his adopter didn’t have enough time for him. Then he was adopted again and returned because his owner couldn’t give him the exercise he needed.

Here at the shelter Artie can be a bit barrier aggressive. He was moved to a holding room from the adoption floor because he was so reactive towards his neighbors. Since he has been moved to a quieter room he has been doing much better in kennel and in the courtyard.

Artie was bit by another dog in his last home due to this bad experience as well as his reactivity he should be the only dog in the household. He is silly, energetic and he would love to be in a home with a yard! Artie would not thrive in a high rise building.

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Gee Gee

1 1/2 year Boxer mix; Foster needed for temporary housing; 4 week foster period. Gee Gee is very scared and would do best in a pet-free household in a quiet environment. 

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Mama

Age: 4 years old
Foster length: 4 weeks
Part of our emergency housing program.

 

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Bub

Age: 11 months
Foster length: 4 weeks
Part of our emergency housing program. 

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Ammiry and her 2 babies

Age: Mom- 1 year, babies-9 days
Reason for foster: Maternal support
Length of stay: Mom-until weaned, babies-6 months
Mama Ammiry gave birth to 2 adorable baby buns! We want to give them room to hop and explore so we would love to get them out to foster. Bunnies must be at least 6 months old before they can be spayed/neutered, so ideally they would stay out of the shelter until then. We can provide you with a hutch, starter food and hay!
 

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Zeus

Age: 2 years
Reason for foster: eliminate in kennel stress
Length of stay: co-foster, 4 weeks
Intake date: 10/3/18
Advanced dog experience

Introducing Zeus! This is a fun, young dog, ready to find an active home. Zeus loves to play fetch, and knows sit. He is strong and will need a physically capable owner. Zeus does not seem to like other dogs, so he will not be a good dog park candidate, or do well with another pet in the home. Zeus has lived with kids, but because he can be easily over stimulated and become jumpy, a home with adults, or older kids would be best. Zeus appears to be housetrained, and crate trained Zeus is presently not on the adoption room, so if you'd like to share a visit with him, stop by the front desk and ask to see him - he would love to meet you!

Advanced due to size and strength; need of active and patient guardian. Recommended household without children under 12 years old and other animals. Will require daily exercise, walks will not be enough for him. Will do best in quiet area.
 

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Bless and 6 babies

Age: Mom-2 years, Babies- 1 month
Reason for foster: Maternal support
Length of stay: 4-5 weeks
Mama Bless and her 6 little angels came into our shelter because her owners were moving and were unable to take her. Her babies are healthy, playful and couldn’t be cuter!

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Raider

Age: 2 months
Reason for foster: kennel cough
Length of stay: 2-3 weeks
Raider is an adorable little puppy who came off of a transport from Oklahoma. He is coming down with kennel cough and needs a few weeks to rest and recover. He obviously wasn’t feeling too bad because he was wiggling so hard we couldn’t take a decent picture! 
 

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Chapati

Age: 2 years
Reason for foster: kennel cough
Length of stay: 2-3 weeks
This handsome boy came off a recent transport from Oklahoma. He is coming down with kennel cough and needs a few weeks to rest and recover. He is so sweet and could not be cuter.