Fostering

If you have room in your home and your heart for a temporary pet, we have the need for safe, loving, and committed homes. The commitment to become a foster home will consist of making room in your family for a new member, making time to take foster pets to vet appointments or adoption days, and making a safe and supportive environment for animals that may have had traumatic pasts.

Frequently asked questions

What is provided for fosters?


Supplies are donation based, and available for fosters to use for the duration of fostering. This includes food, kennels as well as other supplies like bedding, dishes and toys.




What do you commit to when becoming a foster?


  • Care for the animals while they recover from spay or neuter surgeries or other medical treatments
  • Work with them to help them adjust to a loving, indoor, safe environment
  • Communicate with Wet Noses Animal Rescue to prepare a personality “profile” on your foster animal so she or he can be put on our website and Facebook page. (This information helps the public learn more about and view the wonderful animals we have available in order to find the right match for their lifestyles)
  • Bring animals to adoption events. Note: adoption events are temporarily suspended due to COVID 19.




What do you receive when you foster a rescue?


  • The satisfaction of knowing that you have helped save the life of an animal in need
  • Animal care supplies that you will need while caring for the animal. We provide appropriate items such as food, cat litter, carrier or crate, toys, leashes and collars for dogs, etc.
  • Loving animals for you to care for while they wait for their forever homes
  • The support of compassionate people with years of experience working with animals
  • The joy of watching an animal that you have cared for transform into a healthy, loving companion – because of you
  • The knowledge that you have made a difference in the life of a rescue
  • An experience you will never forget and will want to continue





Interested in fostering?

Please complete our online application.
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