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Saving their world

We help local shelters by evaluating and taking animals from their facilities we then placing them in foster homes.  We need volunteer foster families to provide the love and care needed for these pets. We are only able to save  animals as we have  foster homes for!

Saving their world

Some pets at the shelters are available to rescue groups.  This is for a number of reasons, such as a medical or behavioral issue that needs some help.  They could be too young or too old, or just no interest from the general public.  These are the ones that are at highest risk for euthanasia.  Our foster homes provide the opportunity for them to recover their medical issues or gain the confidence needed to become a great adoptable pet.

Other pets come to us from owner surrenders, we still evaluate them in the same way.


Just as our adoption process we try to match the rescue pet that best suits the fosters home. 

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Saving their world

FFPR provides the food, supplies, and all necessary medical.  We ask that foster families give proper care & enrichment for the pet. And to commit to providing a foster home until a permanent home is found. 


Before being adopted, the pets are fixed, vaccinated, dewormed, flea treated, and microchipped.

Saving their world

  • You must be 25 years or older

  • Proof of a valid driver’s license

  • Complete a FFPR Foster/Volunteer Application

  • Agree to and sign the Dog or Cat Foster Agreement

  • Attend a foster orientation meeting

  • Pass a home inspection

  • Your pet(s) need to be current on all vaccines, flea treatment and be fixed.

  • You must have the ability to transport your foster to veterinary appointments 

  • Foster cats must be indoors only

  • If fostering a dog, the yard area must be securely fenced

  • Foster homes must be equipped to separate animals if needed 

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