Provide Foster Homes for Cats and/or Kittens at A Cat’s Tale
A Cat’s tale does not have a facility- all their cats and kittens are kept in foster care. The more foster homes they have the more cats they can save! Fostering is FREE- they pay for everything. Fostering is rewarding! As a foster parent you literally will be saving lives. You don't need a lot of space- a spare room or a bathroom are great places to start building your fostering skills. Give it a try they promise you won't be sorry!
Foster a Dog, Save a Life with Ace of Hearts
One of the best ways you can help Ace of Hearts is volunteering to foster a dog. For each new foster home that opens up, they are able to save the life of another shelter dog on death row. Opening your heart and home to a dog in need can bring you joy and the satisfaction that comes from knowing you've made a difference in an animal's life. Simply put, fostering saves lives! You provide the love and attention; they provide everything else! They provide you with food, treats, a bed, and any veterinary care the dog may need. If you are ready to make a difference and save a life by fostering an Ace Dog, please send an email telling them about your experience with dogs and your current situation, i.e., what hours you work, family pets, etc. to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a phone number where they can reach you!
Consider Fostering a Homeless Pet for the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care & Control
The Department only places animals requiring special care into its foster program.Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age at the beginning of service. Volunteers under 18 will need parental permission. Volunteers are representatives of the County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care & Control. There are guidelines that must be followed in order to maintain the standards of the shelter and to provide you with an enjoyable and fulfilling volunteer experience. If interested, please fill out this application: https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?ap=1271170748
Help the Bark Avenue Foundation with their Volunteer Needs
Volunteers are the most important resource community organizations have. Bark Avenue Foundation can only survive with the support provided by volunteers and the community. They invite you to help with outreach, awareness/education events, fundraisers and animal care! Please fill out their simple Questionnaire and they'll be in touch with you about current and future volunteer opportunities! They need help in the following categories: Animal Handling, Animal Transport, Administrative Support, Community Outreach, Event Support, Fostering Animals, Fundraising and Marketing, Grooming and Humane Education. Click here to fill out their questionnaire : https://barkavenuefoundation.org/volunteer/
Volunteer or Foster with C.A.R.E.4Paws
C.A.R.E.4Paws needs help with pet food delivery and delivery preparations/packaging as well as fostering for their Safe Haven and Companion Pet Assistance programs. Please email email@example.com for more details.
Foster a Pet with LA Animal Services
LA Animal Services Foster program is for kittens, puppies, cats and adult dogs. As long as you can give some love and time to these orphaned animals, any animal you take in will benefit from foster care! It will be a labor of love that will leave you with great memories to cherish long after your foster animals have been placed into permanent loving homes. The Los Angeles Department of Animal Services offers a wide range of services that fulfill its mission to “Promote and Protect the Health, Safety and Welfare of Animals and People in the City of Los Angeles. If you would like to foster a pet, please follow these steps: Visit laanimalservices.com/adopt to see their animals and identify one to three animals you may want to foster, and get their Animal ID number. Email the volunteer liaison at firstname.lastname@example.org with your completed foster application (if you have not fostered before), a picture of your valid government-issued identification with photo (i.e., driver’s license), and the Animal ID number(s) of the pets you want to meet. They will contact you once your application is reviewed to schedule an appointment. If you have any questions, please contact the LA Animal Services Volunteer Office at email@example.com or by calling 213-395-1163.
Foster Homes Needed for Kittens from Michelson Found Animals
Pets give us endless love, compassion, and cuddles. They make homes happier, people healthier, and bring communities closer together. Michelson Found Animals believes that it's the human's end of the bargain is to provide them with food, shelter, protection, and endless tummy rubs. Michelson Found Animals is looking for compassionate individuals and families to foster kittens! Michelson Found Animals Adopt & Shop pulls kittens between the ages of 4-8 weeks old from local animal shelters into their kitten nursery. They need foster parents to care for the kittens in their own homes until the kittens are old enough to be spayed/neutered and placed up of adoption. Foster parents must be able to spend at least 2 hours a day with the kittens and provide them with food, water and lots of love and attention! Volunteers must be at least 18. If you have any further questions please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information! To sign up please click here: https://www.volunteermatch.org/results/opp_detail.jsp?oppid=439235
Medical Kitten Fosters Needed for Michelson Found Animals
Pets give us endless love, compassion, and cuddles. They make homes happier, people healthier, and bring communities closer together. Michelson Found Animals believes that it's the human's end of the bargain is to provide them with food, shelter, protection, and endless tummy rubs. Michelson Found Animals is looking for compassionate individuals and families to foster kittens! Michelson Found Animals Adopt & Shop pulls kittens between the ages of 4-8 weeks old from local animal shelters into their kitten nursery. Sometimes these kittens have medical issues, like kitty colds and skin infections, and they need special attention. They are looking for foster parents who will be able to care for the kittens in their own homes until they're old enough to be spayed/neutered and placed up for adoption. Any medical fosters will receive an overview of their kittens' conditions before pick up and will be trained to administer medications or provide any other necessary care. Foster parents must be able to spend at least 2 hours a day with the kittens and provide them with food, water and lots of love and attention! Must be at least 18 years old. If you have any further questions please reach out to email@example.com for more information!To sign up please click here: https://www.volunteermatch.org/results/opp_detail.jsp?oppid=3321151
Foster Dogs at The Real Bark
The Real Bark is a registered 501c3 non-profit dog rescue group in Los Angeles. Please consider fostering and taking a dog into your home while they are looking hard for a permanent home for them. You provide a safe secure environment - they provide food and supplies and take care of any medical needs during this time. You provide the space where they can get acclimated to living in a home - taking them on walks, helping with potty training, feeding and a safe and secure place to spend their time until adopted. They would arrange for the dogs to be at their mobile adoption events held on Saturdays in the Echo Park, Burbank and Pasadena areas. This is a great opportunity to send time with a dog and not have the expense of ownership. Must be 21 or older. Please go to their website at www.therealbark.org and fill out a volunteer application and click here for more information: https://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp1933649.jsp
Foster a Rabbit at Los Angeles Rabbit Foundation
Los Angeles Rabbit Foundation's mission is to help abandoned domestic rabbits by promoting spay and neuter, providing education on their care, volunteering in shelters and humane societies, and by fostering and rehabilitating rescued rabbits until such time as suitable permanent homes can be found. Your main responsibility is to keep the foster rabbits safe, clean and fed, and to socialize them to enhance their adaptability. Secondary responsibilities may include showing rabbits to potential adopters, taking rabbits to the veterinarian if they get sick, etc. Driver's License Needed, Background Check, and Must be at least 18. Here's the basic information on fostering for them: http://larabbits.org/volunteer/fostering/ Please fill out the online application here if you want to foster or adopt: http://larabbits.org/adoption-application/. Click here for more information: https://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp181239.jsp
Make Cat Trap Covers for Pasadena Humane Society
The Trap-Neuter-Return-Monitor (TNRM) program aims at helping as many community cats as possible. Cat trap covers offer a sense of safety, protection, and calm to the cats awaiting their surgery, during post-surgery recovery, and being returned to their homes. If you'd like to make cat trap covers, please visit their website for instructions. Each cat trap cover will earn you 15 service hours. They will also accept un-sewn beach towels for 4 hours per towel. Completed service projects may be submitted any time Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. to the Volunteer Services Office. Please feel free to ask for a service hours acknowledgement form when you submit your completed projects. Contact them here for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make DIY Face Masks for Pasadena Humane Society
Make DIY Face Masks! Calling all sewers (and non sewers)! If you'd like to help make masks, consider making a few and donating them to the pasadena humane society. You can make no sew masks as well. Each mask is worth 2 service hours. Completed service projects may be submitted any time Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. to the Volunteer Services Office. Please feel free to ask for a service hours acknowledgement form when you submit your completed projects. Contact them here for more information: email@example.com.
Become a Foster Parent for the Brittany Foundation
Are you interested in having a dog, but maybe can't afford it or can't commit to forever? Consider becoming a foster home. As a foster parent, you will know the dog better than anyone, and you can provide valuable information to help place the dog. By fostering, you'll not only experience the joys of living with a dog, you'll be helping a Brittany Foundation dog find his or her perfect permanent home. Dogs in foster care still belong to The Brittany Foundation, so they provide food and veterinary care while the dog remains up for adoption. Since the dog remains available for adoption, foster homes need to be local to the Santa Clarita or San Fernando Valley, to make transportation to adoption events feasible.