Foster applications are currently closed
Animal Humane Society is overwhelmed by the outpouring of community support we've received since we announced site closures. Your generosity and love for animals is astounding! We've received hundreds of emails, phone calls, and new foster applications, but remain focused on placing as many animals as possible within our existing, approved foster homes.
As we work through this transition, we will reassess foster needs and communicate available foster opportunities as they become available. Thank you for your patience and understanding!
Through Animal Humane Society's foster program, thousands of animals have received special care before getting a second chance at life. More than 2,000 animals who come to AHS each year need foster care before they are ready to find new homes, and this need continues to increase.
Currently interviewing support for the following areas:
- Dogs, post-op surgical care (6-8 weeks), support for moms with litters (up to 8 weeks), and puppy growth care (2-4 weeks)
- Small mammals, medical support for skin or other issues (3 weeks) and pregnancy monitor (3 weeks to 3 months depending on species)
The food, medication, kennels, toys, and other basic supplies you will need are provided, along with training and care instructions. Vet techs and behaviorists can also offer their help if needed.
Fostering is an immensely rewarding experience, and it changes animals’ lives in a very direct way. Your act of kindness is repaid in rewards that are beyond words.
Animal Humane Society shelters are located in the Twin Cities metro area of Minnesota. Applicants must live within 60 miles of one of our shelter sites to be considered for this volunteer role.