WAHS is in need of “Foster Parents” for the animals that are in our care. Could you be that special person?
At times we have pregnant dogs and cats who need to deliver their litters in safety and comfort; and their offspring need to stay with the mother until they are weaned. There are frightened, emaciated animals who have never known the warmth of a home or the love of a human. There are injured or ill animals who need convalescence and aged animals who need to spend the short time they have left in a loving environment. We also, at times, have animals whose fate remains unknown during drawn out court proceedings. These animals wait and wait.
Foster homes give animals an advantage by providing a nurturing environment where they can be socialized, overcome health and behavioral problems.