About Fostering

BECOME A FOSTER PARENT

Are you ready to open your heart and home to an animal in need? spcaLA is looking for Foster Parents for animals who require a little extra TLC. To become an spcaLA Foster Parent, your first step is to attend an spcaLA volunteer info session.

Cream colored puppy with milk stains around its mouth

PUPPIES

3 kittens (tabby and 2 grey and white) laying on a blue pet bed together

KITTENS

Woman wearing dark blue scrubs with her left arm wrapped around white lab mix who has one blue eye and one brown eye

ADULT ANIMALS

“When it is time for kittens to go back to the shelter for adoption, it can be hard to see them go. But for me, there is no greater joy than seeing a little bottle-baby grow big and strong enough to go up for adoption!

– spcaLA foster parent of 12 years, Kathey Haas

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