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North Central Animal Shelter desperately needs Fosters!

Shelters can't keep animals under the age of 8 weeks. They are euthanized without the help of foster parents. Fostering is usually only a couple of weeks and you do have the option of adopting when the foster services are concluded.

Please CLICK HERE for the Foster Application.

 

Life4Paws needs foster homes and donations. Because of home foreclosures and economic difficulties, more and more people are coming to Life4Paws with pets they can no longer take care of, which leaves us with a constant need for more fosters.

Life4Paws is a non-profit that rescues dogs from high-kill shelters across Los Angeles and other hazardous situations. Life4Paws uses a fostering system that allows us to get to know the personalities of our dogs so we can help adopters find the dog that fits them and their homes best. This also makes the transition into their forever homes a smooth one, because the dogs are already used to home life. All approved medical expenses, leashes, collars and even food for the foster dog are covered by the rescue.

 
Westie Rescue of Orange County & Beyond (WROC) was founded in the summer of 2008 by a group of dedicated volunteers. We would not be able to continue this important work without our network of volunteers, foster families, supporters and our adopters that have opened their hearts to a rescued Westie. Due to the influx of rescues entering our program, we are in desperate need of volunteers and foster homes. If you would like to volunteer, please contact us at www.westierescueoc.com.

WROC participates in community events. We depend upon fund raising events and donations to continue our rescue, veterinary care, and rehabilitation. If you would like to donate, please contact us at www.westierescueoc.com. Thank you!
 

k9 connection is always in need of qualified foster homes for the shelter dogs that have graduated from the k9 program, but have not yet been adopted. These dogs eventually run out of time to stay at the shelter.
k9 connection needs temporary homes to keep these canine graduates while our volunteer staff continue to show them at adoption events, network for their adoption and transport them to our program if they are able to continue participating.

k9 connection pays all medical expenses and provides all necessary supplies. k9 dogs are all temperament tested, spayed or neutered and have all their shots. They have learned basic obedience in the k9 connection program.
DOGS ADOPTED AFTER BEING FOSTERED ARE 95% MORE LIKELY TO STAY IN THEIR NEW HOME.

 
Save the Dalmatians is in desperate need of foster homes and donations. They are a registered 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization and operate through the use of volunteers. Please visit www.savethedals.org for more information.
 

The Animal Rescue Site provides food for some of the 27 million unwanted animals given to shelters in the U.S. every year.

Each visit to their site generates revenue for the animals from sponsors and advertisers. 100% of the money earned goes to their charitable partners...so click on the link!

 

The AAHA Helping Pets Fund provides veterinary care for pets in need. They raise funds and award grants supporting veterinary care for pets that have been abandoned or whose owners are experiencing financial hardship.

Donations are accepted online.

 

The Cesar and Illusion Millan Foundation reaches out to organizations that help rescue and rehabilitate dogs. find suitable homes for dogs that might otherwise be euthanized, and continue Cesar's mission to spread knowledge and education about dogs and pet ownership.

All donations are tax deductible.

 

 
 




 
 
 

 

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