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Experienced foster carers needed
We are in desperate need of foster carers for adult cats and dogs to help with rehabilitation of animals in need.
While we do everything we can to rehome animals as soon as possible, some of them require ongoing medical treatment and care before they are ready, and the best place to do this is in a home environment.
If you have space, and spend considerable time at home (either retired, work part-time or working from home), and have experience looking after cats and dogs, we need your help!
If you’re interested in becoming a foster carer, there are a couple of things to consider first.
As a foster carer, you must have your own transport to be able to collect the animals and bring them to the shelter for a regular check-ups. All check-ups are carried out during business hours, Monday-Friday.
If you are able to meet these commitments, and have prior experience in caring for animals, please download and fill in this electronic form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
RSPCA WA is always on the lookout for more animal lovers to join our network of foster carers.
Our foster carers provide a temporary home for animals which are not yet ready for adoption for a variety of reasons, such as:
Puppies and kittens not old enough to be re-homed.
Pregnant animals, cats with kittens and dogs with puppies who need a stable and loving environment to raise their young.
Animals recovering from short-term, treatable illnesses.
Animals recovering from surgery.
Cats who are timid or not coping in a shelter setting and
require a quiet home and some TLC.
Dogs with mild behavioural issues requiring behavioural enrichment or similar. (Please note that all dogs in the RSPCA WA’s care are assessed by our Behaviour Team, and go into foster care with a detailed behaviour plan to assist foster carers)
Horses and livestock needing more space than our shelter has to offer.
Foster Caring for RSPCA WA
RSPCA WA provides everything you require to care for a fostered animal including food, bedding, kitty litter, litter trays, food bowls, carry cages, toys, leads/harnesses/collars and anything else you can think of to ensure there is no financial cost to you. We also provide on-going training and support for all foster carers.
If you’re interested in becoming an RSPCA WA foster carer, there are a couple of things to consider first. As a foster carer we need you to be able to provide a safe, calm, loving environment for any animal in your care and you must also have your own transport to be able to collect foster animals and bring them to the shelter regularly for check-ups.
We are always keen to take on people to become part of our valued foster care network so if you are interested, please fill in the below application forms or for more information read our Foster Care FAQs.
Please email any enquiries you may have to email@example.com or call us on (08) 9209 9335.↑ Back to top