foster animals do need to be kept completely separate from your own animals
with the exception of puppies and some adult dogs. And in most cases your
animals need to be fully vaccinated. We suggest talking to your vet prior to
fostering to make sure your vet feels fostering is safe for your pets.
Can I foster if I rent my home?
Yes! We do
require landlord approval though, and will need to speak with them prior to
getting you started.
Does Greenhill provide any supplies to take care of
the foster animal?
Yes! We can
supply all of the items that you will need, so that you can take the best care
possible of your foster animal(s). We do ask that if you can help with some
supplies like food that would be extremely helpful! We try to make it as easy
as possible for foster families since you are helping the animals and the
shelter so much!
Can I adopt my foster animal?
most occasions we give the foster parent priority to submit an adoption
application for the foster animal. We will explain more in our foster training.
I need temporary housing for my own animal. Is this
something Greenhill can help me with?
due to our limited resources, Greenhill is not able to provide foster homes for
owned animals. Greenhill can only provide foster homes for shelter animals in
I’m unable to foster animals, is there another way I
understand that not everyone can help an animal in their own home, but there
are a lot of other ways you can help! As we rely primarily on donations and service fees
to operate our shelters, donations are always
greatly appreciated! We are also always in need of supplies to help in caring
for our shelter animals. You can check out our wish list here. Anything
from food to bottle baby supplies to towels and blankets! Also, volunteering out
at the shelter is another huge way you can help! We are always looking for volunteers
to help in various areas throughout the shelter! Visit the volunteering
page on our website for more information!