Who takes care of the expenses?
What if I change my mind and want to adopt my Foster pet?
Foster Care Providers are the people who care for animals in their homes while the animals await adoption.
Fosters normally find it to be a very rewarding, heartwarming experience knowing that they are saving a dog from an otherwise very uncertain future.
Volunteers are the backbone of any foster care program. Pit Sisters would love to enlist you to allow us to extend our rescue group's capabilities and resources.
As a Foster Parent you would be providing a loving home to an animal whom otherwise would be most at risk in the shelter.
Fostering saves two lives - the dog who is being fostered and the space it frees up for another dog.
Pit Sisters is dedicated to our Foster Parents, so we will provide the food, crate, toys, collar, and any necessary medical expenses for your foster pet. We will also provide veterinary or adoption event transport if needed. All you need to provide is the LOVE and a warm place for our love-a-bull dog to stay until adopted.
If you can't adopt one of our avail-a-bulls, please consider fostering one of our love-a-bulls!
If you are interested in becoming a Pit Sister foster parent please fill out the form on this page.
Anytime the word failure it is used it is normally deemed as a bad thing. Ordinarily we would agree. But when it comes to a Foster Failure we are ecstatic.
Many of our Pit Sisters volunteers have ended up as Big Foster Failures. That’s because we are suckers for those Pitbull kisses or "frog legs". A Foster Failure is the result of falling hard and fast for your new furry friend.
Unfortunately we lose really good foster homes to this wonderful curse. But we sure gain great forever homes.
If you have any questions concerning becoming a Foster Parent or being part of our volunteer team, please don't hesitate to contact us.