What if my foster animal becomes sick?
In cases where a foster animal becomes ill, you must contact our foster coordinator as soon as possible. Upon becoming an approved foster, you will be provided a contact number for use during business hours as well as for an emergency after hours. The shelter must be made aware of any medical concerns and will be responsible for decisions concerning medical care should it be required.

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1. May I foster if I live in an apartment?
2. I live on base, may I become a foster?
3. I have my own animals, may I still become a foster?
4. May I foster if I have children?
5. May I foster a dog if I do not have a fenced yard?
6. What supplies do I need to foster?
7. Do I need to have prior medical knowledge or expertise?
8. Am I responsible for finding my foster his/her forever home?
9. How are foster animals promoted?
10. How can I help my foster become more adoptable?
11. May I adopt my foster animal?
12. May I return my foster animal to the shelter if I an unable to foster any longer?
13. What if my foster animal becomes sick?