FOSTER a CAT or DOG and SAVE A LIFE.
In order to carry out our mission and save animals, we need foster parents to provide a safe, loving home for a cat or dog until a permanent, adoptive home is found. The number of foster homes is directly proportionate to the number of animals we can save. It’s that simple.
If you are interested in fostering one of these dogs or cats and haven’t fostered with us before, please read all about fostering on our Foster Page and then fill out an Application.
DOGS needing foster
If you have already signed up to be a foster and are interested in fostering one of these dogs, please email Erica@hopalong.org
If you have never fostered with us before, but are interested in fostering dogs, you can register for a phone orientation.
Lina is not ready to be adopted, but she is looking for a foster home. She was brought to us with Sarcoptic Mange, which can be contagious to humans, dogs, and cats. She is currently in an isolation ward at a vet clinic, but we’d love to get her into a home. Ideally, her foster home would be adult only, without other animals. Lina’s personality is that of a very friendly, happy, playful, sweet, fun loving puppy. Hopalong with provide her foster home with all supplies and cover all veterinary costs. Her foster must be able to take her to our vet in the East Bay for weekly check-ups. She will need to be fostered for approximately 4-6 weeks. If you are interested and would like to discuss in more detail, please fill out a Foster Application http://www.hopalong.org/?page_id=114
CATS needing foster
If you have already signed up to be a foster and are interested in fostering one of these cats, please email Ashley@hopalong.org
KITTENS!! We are always looking for foster families who can take a litter of kittens. Litters can have anywhere from 2-8 kittens and can range in age from 4 weeks to 4 months. We see so many kittens that we can usually match up the purrfect litter with each foster family.