Current Foster Care Needs

Updated 07/12/2018

Please contact Shane Baillargeon at newingtonfoster@cthumane.org if you are able to foster one of the animals listed below.

RESOURCES:

Download the Foster Care Manual

Download the Foster Feeding Guidelines

Download the Infant Animal Care Handout

Download the Foster Cat Report Card

Download the Foster Dog Report Card

Download the Foster Care Progress Report 

Recommended Reading: The Tool Box For Building A Great Family Dog

Recommended Viewing: The Association of Professional Dog Trainers Free Webinars  

 Animals currently in need of foster care:  

 

Name: Leopard

Age: 1 Y.O.

Need: 1-2 Weeks

Leopard is recovering from a MPL repair surgery. She will need medications daily and will need a foster who is comfortable with helping Leopard with her daily physical therapy. For more information, please email or call.


  
 

Name: Billie & Puppy’s

Age: 1 Y.O.

Need: 1 Month

Billie and her eight puppy’s will need foster all together for the next month. (All puppies will be staying with Billie) During this time we are looking for a foster who will help socialize them. For more information, please email or call.

  
 

Name: Veronica

Age: 2 Y.O.

Need: 1 1/2 Months

Veronica and her kitten Victor are looking for a foster. Veronica is a sweet mom who can be easily startled at first but over time she will warm up to you if you go slow. For more information, please email or call. 

  
 

Name: Molly

Age: 5 Y.O.

Need: 1 1/2 Months

Molly and her four kittens are in need of a foster. Molly can be a little shy at first but with some quiet petting and cuddling time she opens up very quickly. For more information, please email or call.  

  

Current Foster Care Needs

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