FOSTER APPLICATION FORM

FOSTER APPLICATION FORM

 ANIMALS CURRENTLY IN FOSTER BUT AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

 

ANIMAL FOSTER PROGRAM DETAILS

The FMSPCA’s foster program is a temporary home for animals in particular those to young, ill or unable to cope in a shelter environment, though not residing in our facilities these animals remain the responsibility and property of the Fort McMurray SPCA. Any veterinarian costs incurred or proper care supplies needed while in foster care will be supplied by and are the financial responsibility of the organization.

Animals suited to the foster program are most often too young, need further socialization or require special attention due to treatable illness and recovery which prevents them from being ideal candidates for adoption at the time.

Foster parents provide a safe and conducive environment for the animals to mature, become socialized and accustom to a home setting and heal from existing wound and illness. If you are interested in providing foster care or have questions regarding the program contact us at 780-743-8997 ext.0


FOSTER CRITERIA

  1. Persons must complete and receive approval prior to fostering the animal
  2. The living environment must be both safe and clean to ensure the animals safety and health.
  3. Persons must have the ability to provide the level of care necessary and specific to the animal.
  4. Persons must submit to any requests made on behalf of the FMSPCA regarding the animals well being and care.
  5. Persons must surrender the animal to the SPCA upon request.
  6. Primary foster care provider must 18 years of age or older

Foster applications can be faxed, dropped off, or e-mailed to info@fortmcmurrayspca.ca

CAT FOSTER HOMES

If you are interested, please apply to become a part of our Fostering family. Our priority for foster homes is generally as follows:

  1. Animals in need of time consuming or timely medical care or bed rest after surgery.
  2. Nursing animals with young that are susceptible to disease and shelter stress.
  3. Animals with behavioral issues that cannot be dealt with in a shelter environment or require extra socialization.
  4. Overcapacity animals that we simply do not have space for.
  5. Cats that are overweight and not responding to weight reduction diets
  6. Shelter Emergencies

All notices for foster shall be sent out via e-mail once the application is approved.
 

 

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