Best Way to a Homeless Pet Without a Long-Term Commitment (2010)

The Foster Care Program at the Arizona Humane Society

For homeless pets too young, sick, or injured to make it out onto the adoption floor, the foster care program at the Arizona Humane Society allows animal lovers to temporarily take home a four-legged friend in need. Following a three-hour orientation session, fosters bring a pet home that day, providing basic care, socialization, trips to the Second Chance Animal Hospital, and lots of scratches and tummy rubs. With the average length of care anywhere from three weeks to three months, your short-term hospitality can put Socks and Spots alike on the furry fast track to a permanent new home.

Location Details

9226 N. 13th Ave.
Phoenix AZ 85021


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