The only way we can save more animals is to add foster homes to our rescue. Good Old Tails will pay for all veterinary care and will provide food, bedding, and other supplies from the donations we receive. If you are interested in fostering a dog, cat, or both, here are some things to keep in mind:
*Your foster might be with you for a few weeks, months, or even years. You may be the last stop for your senior friend.
*Our fosters must live as members of a family; they must live indoors and receive appropriate attention and care.
*We do our best to evaluate animals before they come into our rescue, but we cannot guarantee their temperament or training.
We are alway available to assist with an issues that may arise, but we need you to be prepared to work through reasonable
*Fostering one animal saves two lives; the animal you save from the shelter, and the one you made room for.