HELP OUR ORPHANED PETS BY JOINING OUR VOLUNTEER FOSTER PROGRAM

What is a foster parent?

A foster parent is someone who selflessly volunteers to temporarily open their home, and their hearts, to orphaned pets with specific needs.

Which pets need to be fostered?

Pets with minor injuries, illnesses or babies that are just too young to be suitable for immediate adoption.

Why foster?

Foster families make a real difference in the lives of countless orphaned pets throughout the year. We receive many animals that need temporary care due to minor, but highly treatable illnesses, injuries or just some bottle feeding and tender loving care. Our foster families nurse these pets back to health so they can find their forever home.

What does it take to become a volunteer foster?

For the safety of the animals and volunteer foster families; completion of the volunteer orientation is required prior to participating in the volunteer foster program at Palm Valley Animal Center. Click here for a Volunteer Application.

If you would like to participate in our volunteer foster program, have any questions regarding our volunteer foster program or would like additional information, please, contact our Volunteer & Foster Coordinator:

 

Debbie Schrock
956-686-1141 Ext. 24
volunteer@pvaconline.com