agrees to allow
to act as a foster home under animal shelter #A
by the Georgia Department of Agriculture.
All animals remain the property
of the shelter and as such, must be returned to the animal
shelter upon request.
No animal will be removed from or
returned to the animal shelter without authorization.
Foster home will not accept any
stray or abandoned animals without authorization of the shelter.
Foster home agrees to initial and
periodic inspections by the animal shelter personnel and the
Department of Agriculture.
Animal shelter will furnish a
copy of their current license for display at the foster home.
Shelter will furnish healthy
animals for fostering and include current rabies vaccination if
required. This does not prohibit the fostering of an animal for
Foster home premise and all
enclosures must be kept in good state of repair at all times.
Each building housing animals
will have a fully functioning fire extinguisher. (Optional fire
or smoke detector.)
All enclosures will be cleaned
daily and as often as needed during the day to prevent odors.
All enclosures will be
disinfected weekly and as often as needed to prevent disease.
Temperature in indoor housing
areas should be maintained between 45 to 85°F.
Housing areas should be well
ventilated to provide fresh air and minimize odors and moisture.
Adult dogs should be fed
daily or free choice; puppies
times daily or free choice; cats/kittens
times daily or free choice.
All animals must have fresh water
daily and checked during the day.
Medical treatment must be
provided when needed.
Foster animals being housed
outdoors are required to have appropriate shelter and adequate
No foster animal will be held by
means of tethering.
How many animals foster home is
approved to hold at one time. Cats/Kittens
Animal Shelter Representative:
Foster Home Representative:
(Please print out and sign this form, signatures must be on file with the Humane Society of Forsyth County.)
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Group Volunteer Application
Foster Home Agreement