Fostering Network Program provides socialization, training and care of rescued homeless cats, dogs and rabbits to prepare them for their new beginnings in an adoptive home. Foster families care for our pets until their forever home is found. ACDC maintains legal guardianship of all animals in foster care, and their medical costs are covered by ACDC. ACDC distributes any donated food, toys and general supplies to foster parents when available. Families are otherwise responsible for providing food, toys and general supplies and all the love and affection they can lavish on their foster pet. The more families that work with us, the more pets we can rescue.
Responsibilities of a Foster Parent
Qualifications to be a Foster Parent
Foster Care Coordinators
Foster Parent Mentors
It begins with you submitting an application, then a phone interview, followed by a home visit. Once that's complete, if we're all in agreement that fostering is right for you, you will be assigned a pet to nurture, with the help of one of our fostering coordinators and our veterinary care coordinator will be available for questions you may have about your animal's health. We have professional trainers available to us for evaluation of dogs, in addition to several vets that work with us to provide veterinary care. Come join us...you'll find a great support network available to help you with your fostering experience! Fostering saves lives!
Sound interesting? Sign up below!
Click here to download and print an application and fax to 610-862-3938 . You can also click here to download a Microsoft Word file which you can fill out, save to your computer, then email back to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the online form and click "Submit". Have a question? Email us at email@example.com