Yes, it is expected that the foster family will provide adequate food and basic supplies for the foster animal.
No, all medical costs are covered by PUC at our affiliated clinics. Appointments MUST be booked through PUC, we will not reimburse if fosters visits another vet clinic.
Typically no, we will assign an animal according to your requirements on your foster form, unless it is from an urgent call out post.
It depends on the health and age of the animal. Ideally until the animal finds his/her forever home, or if they are young/small, then until they are ready to be transferred to either our Cat or Dog Adoption Centre. In the case that you cannot foster anymore, we will require a 2 week notice so … Continue Reading
Fostering is when you provide a temporary loving home for one of our animals (cats or dogs) for a period of time.