Here at The Foster Farm, we strive for happy tails. We believe in hope, humanity, hounds, and heroes. We believe in healing hearts and hands and pairing paws with people who love them.
While most of our animals have known some sadness or hurt in their lives, they deserve love just as much as any other animal, and we think you'll agree that rescue animals make truly wonderful pets!
Boca is from the sunny shores of Puerto Rico where she lived on the streets. While Boca was being fed and watered regularly, there's really nothing she wants more than a family to love her and show her the affection she demands and deserves! She is great with people and other kitties and would be fine with a respectful dog who has excellent kitty manners!
Have you ever imagined what you could do if you ignored all the limitations imposed on you?
That's what my team and I are striving for -- to do the incredible, the impossible, the wild, the unimaginable, the awesome. We dream of empty cages, of fewer unwanted pets, and of more happy tails.
But how do we get there?
We grappled with this for a while, and then a friend's dream of living in a school bus became a reality for him. That's when it dawned on me -- we could buy a retired school bus, pull out all the seats, install a bunk bed frame, and drive around the country saving animals in high-intake shelters.
Read more here.
One of our biggest ongoing projects is the trap-neuter-return (TNR/TNVR) project for our local colony cats. In the last few months, we've spayed, neutered, vaccinated, and released over 45 cats! We've also been able to tame and adopt out quite a few kittens and one adult cat from these colonies as well. TNR/TNVR is a humane, safe way to manage feral cats who would otherwise continue to reproduce and damage local wildlife populations. To donate directly to TNR, please follow the link below!
(Momma and baby pictured above: Momma Elderberry was TNVR'd and baby Cranberry's missing eye was closed up and she was adopted!)
Only one thing remains between Carmen and her forever home -- surgery to repair her in-turned eyelashes! Without this surgery, Carmen will have constant eye irritation and recurring infections until she eventually has permanent vision loss. We were quoted $785 for this.
For Cheese Poof, she needs a basic inguinal hernia repair before she can find her forever home, but the estimate for this relatively simple surgery is still a pretty hefty $450.
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