Help an animal recover with all medical paid for by GJAS.
Have a companion without a lifetime commitment.
It saves two lives: frees up one kennel space and provides a temporary home for another animal.
Provide a home that is clean, safe and loving.
Provide food, water, shelter and toys for playing.
Exercise your foster pet (if applicable) and provide socialization opportunities.
Monitor your foster pet for physical and mental wellbeing.
Be available for a meet-and-greet and transport your foster pet for any vet visits needed.