Foster

Thank you for your interest in fostering with Paw Works.
  1. Puppy and Kitten fosters CAN NOT live outside of Ventura County.
  2. Socialization foster CAN live outside of Ventura County unless the animals have medical issues.
  3. You CAN NOT just foster one(1) puppy or kitten from a litter!
  4. If you want to foster to adopt, there are only certain animals that qualify for this grey area and our foster coordinator does not handle these situations. Please come to our open adoptions on Saturdays and Sundays.
  5. Your foster animals CAN NOT interact with your current animals.
  6. You CAN just foster during COVID-19 stay at home order.

If you are still interested in fostering, first off, THANK YOU, your help and support is greatly appreciated, please fill out the Foster Questionnaire.

Paw Works depends on our wonderful foster families to care for our rescued cats and dogs as they wait for their permanent homes. We are so grateful for their help. With the growing number of abandoned pets coming our way, we are always looking for additional foster care providers.

If you’re willing to provide a temporary home and lots of unconditional love, you might be just what our next rescued pet needs. We depend on fosters for short periods as well as for extended care, such as when a pet needs ongoing medical treatment or rehabilitation. We especially need fosters for our pregnant dogs and cats, orphan puppies and kittens and occasionally for our special needs animals, including our sick, injured, hospice or elderly pets.

Fostering is a rewarding way to help an abandoned pet transition into his or her “furever” home. Please contact us directly to learn more about becoming a Paw Works foster at 805-852-1744 or at diane@pawworks.org.

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