The Rancho Cucamonga Animal Care and Adoption Center often receives animals that are too young or lack the proper socialization necessary to be placed for adoption . Foster Care Parents take these animals into their home, providing a safe environment for them to mature and become more socialized. Some need to be fostered for only a few days, while others may need extended care.
The Center is urgently seeking interested volunteers to participate in this life-saving program. Find out if fostering is right for you.
How to Become a Foster Care Volunteer
- Must be at least 18 years of age to sign up (families with children under 18 can participate)
- All parties responsible for care of foster animal(s) must attend a foster training class
- Be able to provide a safe, clean environment for the animals
- Be able to provide love, care and socialization to the animals
- Be able to transport foster animals to the Animal Center for regular scheduled veterinary appointments and/or in the case of an emergency
- Be able to commit to the length of time needed by the animal(s) or litter
- Be able to communicate supply/care needs to the Foster Care Coordinators. The Animal Center provides all the food, pet supplies, medication, and veterinary care for each animal; but needs you to notify us when you are in need of these items.
To sign up for the Foster Care Program:
To sign up for the Neonatal Kitten Nursery:
If you are not able to foster or volunteer, but can donate supplies to our program, check out our Foster Care Wish List.