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Fostering animals can also be a pleasurable experience. It’s rewarding to know that you played a key part in the rehoming process when a foster animal is successfully rehomed

Are you considering opening your homes to dogs and cats looking for a fresh start in life?

When you foster a dog or cat you’ll be freeing up space in our shelter so that we can rescue more animals in desperate need.

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Animal fostering is an important role. It helps to play a vital part in the rehabilitation of animals and helps improve their chance of finding a new home.

Many animals that we take in have either suffered or are not used to the care and affection that they deserve. Living with a foster family helps to provide them with one-to-one care, allowing them to build up their confidence and get used to a normal lifestyle.

Sometimes animals don’t cope well in an shelter environment. This is where we need people to take them in to provide them with a real home, even if it is only on a temporary basis.

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Please fill out the following form:

Where will you be keeping the animal?

If the animal you are fostering becomes sick, contact us immediately. You can also consult our veterinarian Louise Lavallee 450-267-9484 for any questions. Please note that the SPCA OUEST cannot refund vet costs should the foster home decide to use other veterinary services.