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Be a Foster Parent for Animals in Need

Foster kitten family

Foster care continues to be a critical piece of our lifesaving efforts.  When an animal is too young, sick, injured or just needs someone to teach them basic manners, foster parents help fill the gap between the time the animal is brought to the shelter and the time they are adopted.  Our foster program helps us save more lives!

Foster Homes Needed for:

Injured/Sick Animals
Pregnant Animals
Orphaned Animals
Behavior Modification
Overflow (during peak periods)

Greatest Need: Foster homes for cats and/or kittens that have upper respiratory infections and are in need of 2-4 weeks of antibiotic treatment.

We Provide: All pet supplies, medication, de-wormer, vaccinations and veterinary care (although donations are welcome!)

You Provide: TLC and a comfortable environment for pets to thrive.


Would You Make a Good Foster Parent?

Do you have what it takes to be a Foster parent? Download this quiz and fact sheet to find out!

Download Foster Expectations .pdf


Join Our Foster Care Team!

Complete the Foster Care application below, or contact our Foster Care Coordinator for more information:  Sara Morales, fostercare@tricountyhumanesociety.org, (320) 252-0896 ext. 16

TCHS Foster Care Program Application
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Please select all types of animals you may be interested in fostering:
Select all situations in which you may be interested in fostering:

Our Impact in 2016:

  • Animals Adopted

    2,875

  • Overall Placement Rate

    96%

  • Animals Fostered

    1,275

  • Animals Spayed/Neutered

    1,643

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