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Foster Program

Do you love animals? Are you a nurturing person with time you can spare to help a shelter animal? If so, you may want to consider becoming a FAS foster parent. Being a foster parent gives you the joy of having an animal in your life without the long-term commitment.

Fostering a Dog: We generally do not place our dogs into foster homes. We do however occassionally take in a dog that does not adapt well to living at the shelter. In a case such as this we do look for a suitable foster home. Ideally, fosters live in the vicinity of the shelter so as to facilitate adoption visits.

Cats: Similar to the dogs, we generally only place our cats in foster homes if they are not adapting well to living in a colony. Fosters must live in proximity to the shelter.

Kittens: We are always looking for foster homes for kittens. To ensure their health, we cannot place kittens into our colony until they are at least 3 months old and have received all of the necessary vaccines.

If you think you might be interested in fostering, especially kittens, please send an email to frontieranimalsociety@gmail.com and we will be happy to provide more details and add you to our foster list.

Thank you!