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 email@example.com. 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/
Help Clean Dog Shelters at Beagles and Buddies
This volunteer opportunity is to keep the dog houses clean at the Beagles and Buddies facility. Cleaning doggie houses, washing and replacing beds. This is a job for those not afraid of hot water, bleach & pine sol. They keep the doggies and their living spaces clean and that's a demanding chore. They could really use help in this area! Interested folks can email Connie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Help Senior and Special Needs Pets at Friends of Milo Foundation
Friends of Milo Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to rescue and care of senior and special needs animals. Melissa Leister the founder has been involved in rescuing animals since 1990 when she discovered her love of veterinary medicine. Friends of Milo is a dream come true for her to be able to continue helping the seniors and needy dogs and cats in our community. To support them please donate here: https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=thDilq3qzOaSuBtp5kBEYnnKCy9njw_qhS2dtdK-wtckRfCqVCkMFJArM6423ileLW1H77FWJuJnkWP5
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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 213-395-1163.
Adopt a Pet with LA Animal Services
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 adopt, here are the steps to follow: Visit laanimalservices.com/adopt and when you see a pet you want to adopt, call 888-452-7381 with the Animal ID number and they will share all of the information they have regarding the pet with you. If you're interested in moving forward with the adoption, LA Animal Services will take your information and schedule a pick-up appointment. Due to City order in response to COVID-19, no more than 10 people, which include staff, are permitted in their facility at a time. If you have any questions, please contact the LA Animal Services Volunteer Office at email@example.com or by calling 213-395-1163.
Give some TLC to OC Animal Care
OC Animal Care’s Foster Caretaker Program has successfully saved the lives of over 3500 animals! Your donations are greatly appreciated and will provide valuable resources to positively impact animals' lives. They need food, collars, leashes, crates and more so they can help their foster homes care for these shelter pets. Anything is appreciated, big or small. Clicker to visit their Amazon Wishlist: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/genericItemsPage/1RLVXG7Y9HMNV?filter=&fbclid=IwAR3ATMQuYxoEiJwc02WbqpHnvJzpWH2NLUVhEYLg2DOwVAqOIMo8jvT8yK4&ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ep_ws_W0Fqyb4HJS168&sort=default&type=wishlist&_encoding=UTF8
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.
Find a Furever Friend and Adopt a Pet Through the Amanda Foundation
For over 30 years, The Amanda Foundation has been rescuing dogs and cats from city and country shelters around Los Angeles and finding them loving homes. They are a safe haven for homeless dogs and cats, they receive the care and love they deserve, as well as the medical attention so many so often need. Be an “I Rescued” family, and give one of their orphan dogs or cats a furrever home. Browse their adorable pets and contact them to begin the adoption process!
Sponsor a Dog at the Amanda Foundation
For over 30 years, The Amanda Foundation has been rescuing dogs and cats from city and country shelters around Los Angeles and finding them loving homes. They are a safe haven for homeless dogs and cats, they receive the care and love they deserve, as well as the medical attention so many so often need. Support the Amanda Foundation so that they can continue offering incredible care and finding amazing homes for their shelter animals. Visit their website to make a donation.
Find a Furever Friend and Adopt a Pet Through the Amanda Foundation
Ready to invite a furry friend into your home? Consider adopting a Brittany Foundation doggy! Fill out the adoption application on their website to get started and visit their Instagram to see the available pups @thebrittanyfoundation.
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.
Sponsor a Dog at the Brittany Foundation
Sponsoring a dog means that you contribute to a particular dog's care at the Brittany Foundation ranch. For a donation of $10.00 to $15.00 per month, your sponsorship helps defray our costs of caring for a dog. This is a great way for people who can't provide a home to a dog to still care for and help a dog thrive. Visit their website to sponsor.
Lend a Ranch Hand at the Brittany Foundation
Volunteering is a great way to offer direct help to our dogs. You get to see first-hand the difference you're making. They need help in all areas of their organization, so whatever you know how to do, they have a place for you! It takes a lot of work to run the sanctuary! Dog walking, cleaning kennels, playing with the dogs, grooming, handyman jobs, and lots of other tasks need to be done daily. Contact Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to help! You can also send them a DM on Instagram @thebrittanyfoundation