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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

If you have never fostered with us before, but are interested in fostering dogs, you can register for a phone orientation.

Eventbrite - Hopalong Foster Orientation: Phone


Radley needs very experienced owners. He loves to cuddle, is playful, and fun! But we’re not going to sugar coat it, he has some behavioral issues that need to be addressed. While he’s good playing with other dogs off leash, he does bark at other dogs while on leash, as well as strangers. He’s stubborn and doesn’t like to be told what to do- he needs somebody who will let him know that he’s not in charge. He does respond well to authoritative figures. Adult only household, no cats either. But look how cute he is!


Freddy is a friendly, happy young man, his tail is always wagging and he always has a smile on his face. Medium energy level, will need moderate exercise. He needs to learn some leash manners and have his confidence built up. Ok with a calm female dog in similar size range. Ok with kids 14+. No Cats.


Waldo is such a handsome young man! He is very outgoing & friendly. he’s high energy, and needs daily exercise. He doesn’t appear to have much training, and needs somebody with large breed experience to help teach him some manners. He’s ok with other dogs, but sometimes tries to herd them. Ok with kids 16+ simply due to his size. No cats. Just rescued, more info to follow.


CATS needing foster

If you have already signed up to be a foster and are interested in fostering one of these cats, please email


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.