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.
PRUNELLA Brave, fun loving, tail chasing, sweet lap warmer seeks her forever home. Huge personality in this little girl. She gets along fine with other dogs (has not been tested on cats). She can be shy when she first meets you but once she warms up she will sit on your lap and snuggle all day. She would love a home with another dog. She needs help with potty training the first few weeks but will get it in time. She is crate trained and comfortable with being alone. And she will make you laugh! She does a great impression of a prairie dog and loves to chase her tail. Prunella needs an adult only home (teenagers possibly ok), and experienced with Chihuahuas or other small breeds.
CATS needing foster
If you have already signed up to be a foster and are interested in fostering one of these cats, please email Samantha@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.
ZOLI AND OOLA
the shorter nose sister, is a little timid and often follows her confident sister around. Zoli likes to cuddle and will often softly “talk” to you if spoken to. Zoli loves her toys. She will pull them out of a toy box but hasn’t learned to put them away yet.
Oola is the more outgoing of the two sisters. She’s a bit braver and more people friendly. She is a true watch kitty! She enjoys sleeping on a bed during the day but keeps guard duty at night.
Neither cat likes to be picked up but instead comes to you for attention quite often, especially in the evenings for lap time.
The sisters are bonded and must be adopted together. They would prefer a quiet home where they can be the only pets.