The Baltimore Humane Society is continuously looking for caring and devoted individuals to provide foster homes for animals in need. Unfortunately, many of the animals that come to the shelter are too young, too sick or undersocialized and aren't ready to be adopted. To increase these animals’ chances of adoption, they must be placed into foster care where they can receive the one-on-one care they need.
Fostering a shelter animal is a wonderful and rewarding experience, but requires time and dedication. Although previous fostering experience is not required, the ideal foster parent will have basic knowledge of animal care and be committed to helping find their foster animals a safe and loving forever home. It is required that all pets currently in the home are spayed or neutered and up to date on age appropriate vaccinations unless medically cleared by a licensed veterinarian.