Adoptions & Fostercare
All animals have been spayed or neutered; vaccinated for rabies and distemper; treated for worms, fleas, and any ear related problems; all cats and kittens have tested negative for feline leukemia; all dogs and puppies have tested negative for heart worm. All animals for adoption have received a Veterinarian health exam.
We invite you to call us and get to know the animals in our program and learn their individual stories. They all deserve lifelong loving homes, and we hope someone touches your heart.
Please contact us if you think you’ve made a love connection!
There are hundreds of homeless dogs and cats within our community in need of foster care and there simply are not enough foster homes available. Providing foster care to an orphaned, abandoned, or recuperating dog or cat is one the most rewarding volunteer experiences possible. Very often we have animals in need of short term and sometimes a few in need of long term foster care, depending upon the condition they were in when taken off of the streets or the age at which they were orphaned. Animal Advocates has many caring families within our programs who have opened their homes and their hearts to animals in need of temporary homes while awaiting adoption, but the reality is that there are always more animals in need than there are foster homes available.
The foster care program provides a temporary home to abandoned, homeless, or injured dogs and cats awaiting adoption. It also provides home socialization, which for many animals, is the most important part of their adoption process. If you have space in your home for cat housing, a dog crate, or a spare room available to house an animal away from any other pets in the home; if you can provide the daily attention these dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens require, and if you would appreciate the fulfillment of being a foster parent, then this volunteer opportunity is for you.
Be a foster care home and give a homeless pet a second chance.
If you think this may be the volunteer experience you are looking for, please call (508) 991-7727 to speak with one of our helpful and informative adoption counselors.