Your willingness to foster will help ORHS save many more loving pets now at our county Animal Control shelter from being euthanized for lack of space.
ORHS will pay for all medical expenses and will provide food, crates, and carriers. You provide the much needed love and care.
ORHS is able to save these pets because foster homes are available to help with care and socialization until they are spayed or neutered and are ready for adoption.
The average fostering time ranges from 2 to 6 weeks. Foster parents are responsible for keeping these pets until they are adopted. ORHS is responsible for their adoption.
If you'd like to foster a pet, please fill out our Online Foster Application Form!
Online Foster Application Form
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