ANGEL FOR PAWS FOSTERING POLICY
Our foster parents are a critical piece of the rescue process. Our ability to rescue depends completely on foster homes. The more foster homes we have, the more lives we can save. AFP provides: training, vet care, guidance, and other essentials, as well as are responsible for finding the adoptive home.
We carefully match up foster dogs/puppies and cats/kittens with foster families based on what works for your household. We work with you to find the best possible match.
Keep in mind that a shelter environment followed by a rescue can be very stressful and traumatic for many animals. In your home they will have a chance to feel safe and secure, to be loved, nurtured, exercised and socialized.
Foster animals may stay at their temporary homes anywhere from a few weeks to a few months.
Foster family responsibilities include:
· Providing care and affection - Including socialization and some basic training.
· Ability to transport your foster animal to and from adoption events
· We require your foster dog to ALWAYS wear its ID tag.
Special Note from AFP:
Decisions on placing dogs in adoptive & foster homes are based solely on the judgment of Angels for Paws. Adoption or foster applications may be denied for various reasons. AFP reserves the right to refuse to adopt or foster to anyone without disclosing the reasons, as well as, make all decisions regarding placement or final arrangement(s) of any rescued dog/cat in its care; whether in or being placed in, a foster or adoptive home.