Fosters allow Texas Humane Heroes to save more lives by taking in more animals than we can actually house at our facilities. When fosters open up their homes to our animals in need, they provide them with adequate food, shelter, and much needed socialization. Fosters give us more opportunities to save more lives.
The animals we send into foster care are puppies and kittens that are too young to be spayed/neutered. These puppies and kittens might be newborn bottle babies, or they could need fostering for just a week. We also send pregnant/nursing mom dogs/cats into foster so that they do not have to give birth or raise their babies in a shelter environment.
Email email@example.com. A foster manager will send an application via email to be filled out online and sent back. Once the application has been reviewed and approved, you will be added to the foster contact list to receive foster emails when animals come in that need to go to foster. Must be over 21.
Foster Program NeedsFoster Availability:
Age & Size:
- Long-term (14+Days)
- Cat (Over 6 Months) 🐈
- Kitten (1-6 Months) 🐱
- Large Dog (Over 6 Months) 🐺
- Medium Dog (Over 6 Months) 🐩
- Neonate (0-1 Month) 🧸
- Puppy (1-6 Months) 🐶
- Small Dog (Over 6 Months) 🐕
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