To help your animal find the best new home, please disclose all their behavior and medical information. If we can find a foster home for your pet, you may be asked for a suggested donation for surrendering, but this is not required.
We request that you help us by getting your animal current on vaccines.
Dogs will need rabies and distemper vaccines and a heartworm test. Cats will need rabies and distemper vaccines and a feline leukemia test. You must provide us with any past vet records.
Unfortunately, we can’t help everyone.
Since we are 100% foster-based, we have a limited number of experienced foster homes equipped to work with surrendered animals that have behavior and/or medical issues. If you can donate money toward your pet’s care, it may help us in the decision to take your animal. When you fill out the owner surrender application below, please let us know if this is a possibility.
We understand that life happens.
Our goal is to keep animals in their homes and with their owners, if possible. If you need veterinary information, resources, rental housing information, etc., please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org before making the final decision to surrender your pet.
If surrendering is the best option, fill out the owner surrender application below. Email your vet records and include photos of your pet to email@example.com. In the email, let us know you filled out the application and add any additional information that may be missing.
What happens next?
An intake coordinator will be in touch with you within 48 hours. The more information you give to us, the easier it will be to provide an answer and find the ideal foster home for your pet. We may ask to do a behavioral assessment of your dog or cat before we will agree to take them.
Consider writing a letter about your pet to the new foster home and future adopters. This information can greatly reduce the stress on your pet during their transition. Check out this story as an example.