AHS’ Homeward Bound Foster to Adopt Program

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AHS’ Homeward Bound “Foster to Adopt” program gives potential adopters a head start on finding a new furry friend by opening their home to a pet who isn’t quite ready for adoption. When you foster a Homeward Bound pet, you provide a loving home to a pet who is healing from injury or needs respite from the shelter, and then have the opportunity to adopt that pet once they are ready to find their forever family.

A Good Samaritan named Debora found Olive as an injured stray with a fractured leg and offered to foster the American Pit Bull terrier mix through AHS’ Homeward Bound program. A day later, Debora had already fallen in love with Olive, and once healed, Debora will adopt Olive for good.

Buckaroo, a Yorkshire Terrier, was rescued from a drain pipe by on of AHS’ Emergency Animal Medical Technicians. The incident left him with a fractured leg. Tricia had been looking for a dog and offered to foster Buckaroo through AHS’ Homeward Bound Program.  She plans to adopt Buck once he is healed.

Debora and Olive

Tricia and Buckaroo

Interested in fostering to adopt pet through AHS’ Homeward Bound Program?
View our Homeward Bound pets currently awaiting foster.