FOCA members have fostered countless dogs and cats who were needing homes. This is Eddie's response the first day after coming into the safety of a loving home. Eddie has a home of his own now.
Will you open your home and hearts? The normal length of stay is three months unless the dog or cat has something like a broken leg that takes more time to heal.
A by-stander watched as Rory was thrown out of a car in front of a church. A Friends foster gave him safe refuge while he recovered and was fully vetted. He now is healthy, happy and in a loving home.
From the moment we had him in our safety we new he was special. Those soulful eyes told a story of hurt and gratitude. Louie had heart worms, tick fever, a broken leg, and gun-shot in two legs. Thanks to a foster, he has recovered and is living a wonderful life in his forever home.
Saving a pet's life is amazing. And that's what fostering is all about . . . giving a homeless pet a chance to recover, much like Willow shown here, who had a ruptured tummy that required many stitches and a safe place to lounge while recovering.