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Looking for Fosters!
Are you able to open your heart and home to an animal in need but are not ready to adopt for one reason or another? Now could be the perfect time to become a foster volunteer.
A short time in your home, a lifetime in your heart! Foster volunteers fulfill a critical component of our life-saving work. Any individual or family with the compassion and willingness to help needy animals can apply to serve as a foster volunteer. Foster terms can range from a few days, weeks or months depending on the preferences of the volunteer and the needs of the animal. We hope we can count you to join our team, so that all of our dogs and cats receive the best housing and care possible as they wait their fur-ever homes!
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Fern was dumped at the shelter when she was only ten months old, and unknown at the time, but also pregnant. Her puppies have grown, and left the nest, and now its her turn to find her forever. Fern is a medium sized dog. She plays well with her foster dog siblings, but has a nose for adventure. She needs a securely fenced yard, or dedicated leash walking. She does like to chase small animals.
Fern would do best with another dog to keep her company, and an active household.
Saving the lives of Pets,
Enhancing the lives of people
Abigail loves dogs! She came to Saving Grace with her two kittens. She tends to be better with male cats, but tolerates females. She enjoys all things cat, such as eating (and she has the body to show for it), sleeping, ignoring her foster mom, and pushing things off counters. She is a very friendly cat and will seek out attention, but on her own terms.
Abigail is spayed, vaccinated (rabies & FVCRP), tested for FELV/ FIV, treated for parasites and microchipped.
Abigail's foster home is located in Linthicum , MD (Anne Arundel County).