Fostering shelter animals is unlike anything I've ever experienced. There's something about seeing animals go from sad, broken, unwanted, used to happy, lively, little bundles of love despite whatever they may have suffered from before. Fostering brings me a sort of happiness I have never found in anything else. I couldn't give it up for the world. You could say its a bit of an addiction.
|Steve, my little spaz of a Boston Terrier, who was |
with me all of TWO days before he was adopted .
their forever homes. Fostering animals is a big commitment and not one to be taken lightly. It involves dedication and hard work, but the reward is indescribable.
BEFORE TAKING THE LEAP TO FOSTERING
|Kaila, my personal dog, looks on as foster pup Gizmo |
pounces on our foster Rukka's head.
|My first special needs foster, Wesson, who suffered from |
YOU WANT TO FOSTER, WHAT NOW?
|Rukka, my first foster, cuddled up with my personal dog Kaila.|
|Little Gizmo thought her crate was just|
too big and felt safer in Andrew's pocket .
|Lyra, one of my foster puppies, fournd her forever home at a |
Petco adoption event
|My two current fosters, Roscoe and Dodger. Their just so|
cute. How could I NOT talk about them?
|This little doll started out as a foster|
and ended up a permanent member
of our pack.