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 webpage for additional details on how you can help.

FOSTER CANDIDATES AWAITING PLACEMENT


Updated: 7/19/18 12:15 p.m.


Seymore

Age: 13

Reason for foster: Fospice

Length of stay: Indefinite

Seymore is a Felines and Canines adoptable dog, they are having trouble placing him and don’t want him to spend his golden years at the shelter.

This incredibly sweet, humble, low-energy boy is an absolute dream. He has the kindest heart and is so gentle and loving with people and other dogs. He found himself in the shelter system as a 12+ year old dog after his person went into assisted living. He is an amazing family pet who will be the most grateful dog to be out of the shelter an back in a home of his own. Seymore is around 72lbs and appears to be a shep/rottie mix. He is extremely easy to walk (not a puller), is very quiet, well-mannered, goes to the bathroom outside, is well-socialized, and great with people and other dogs. He will thrive in just about any home who can give him lots of love, leisurely walks, and a permanent place to call home for his golden years of life.


Pillow and 7 kittens

Age: Mom- 1 year, Babies-5 weeks

Reason for foster: Maternal support

Length of stay: 3-4 weeks

Pillow is the sweetest cat you will ever meet! Her babies were born in our care and they are now ready to leave their nest and head to into a foster home. The babies are munching on solid food as well as nursing from mom.


Tonika, Libby, Bello, Cinder, Sinch, Potato, Pip squeak and Cheeto

Age: 2 months

Reason for foster: Weight gain and socialization

Length of stay: 3 weeks

These kittens came in as strays, so they are a bit under socialized. They are also just under weight for their spay/neuter surgeries. They will need about 3 weeks to bulk up. Cinder, Potato Pip Squeak and Cheeto should go to foster together as they are all on eye meds, so this group can be split into 2 separate foster homes.


Kitty and 3 kittens

Age: mom-3 years, babies- 1 month 21 days

Reason for foster: Maternal support

Length of stay: 3 weeks

Kitty’s owners let her roam and she continued to have more and more kittens! Luckily, this will be her last litter, but they need to get out to a foster until they are big enough for adoption.



Pada, Seol, Sarangi, Goyangi, Wonsooni, Horangi, Nabi, Sooni and Go Maeng-ah

(not all of the kittens are pictured)

Age: Mom-11 months, babies 1 month 14 days

Reason for foster: Age, weight gain, socialization

Length of stay: 4 weeks

Mom, Go Maeng-ah, and her 8 babies were surrendered to us because their original owner had too many pets. These growing kittens need more room than we can give them here at the shelter, they would love to go to foster!


RECENTLY ASSIGNED

Jackie, Claudia and Samantha – Thank you Kristina!

Age: Mom- 1 year, babies-1 month and 14 days

Reason for foster: Maternal support

Length of stay: 3-4 weeks

This little family was a Field Service pickup. The babies need a few weeks of TLC before they will be adoption ready. Samantha (grey kitten) is on eye meds for conjunctivitis.

Annabelle (Pending pick-up! Thanks, Jay!)

Boo, Gem and Dill (Pending pick up! Thanks, Melissa!)

Silvermist and Wibbles (Thanks, Ruth!)

Jet – thanks Cortney!

Age: 2 months and 7 days

Reason for foster: URI recovery/age and weight

Length of stay: 3 weeks

Jet was nervous upon her arrival but has made great strides and now loves attention! She is on eye medication and just needs a few weeks in foster for some weight gain and recovery.

Jimmy – thanks Karen!

Age: 3 months

Reason for foster: Injury and URI recovery

Length of stay: 4-6 weeks

Poor Jimmy has a URI on top of an injured paw! His leg has been in a splint for a few weeks and now our vets think it would be best for him to get out of his kennel and practice using it. Let us know if you would be willing to help Jimmy get back up on his paws! We will put you in contact with the veterinarian working with Jimmy for physical therapy instruction.

Alexandra Hancock, Scout Finch, Mayella Ewell, Atticus Finch (Pending pick-up! Thank you, Anne!)

Cinderella, Serabi, Shenzi, Simba (thanks Emily NEW FOSTER!!!)

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