Fostering an animal is important because it helps reduce overcrowding in the SSPCA shelter and opens up space for another animal to be rescued. It also helps prepare animals for adoption by giving them a chance to live in a home where they can fully express their personality, work to overcome fears, or recover from trauma.
Many animals that come to the SSPCA shelter are neglected, abused or abandoned, many have never had a home and they need special care to be rehabilitated before adoption.
We have compiled these fact sheets to help you gain a better understanding of the animal fostering process before you make a decision.
Please click on the images below to get more information on the animal concerned and to submit an enquiry.
There are many benefits to owning a pet, whether you’re an adult or a child. Single people and families alike look to animals to provide companionship. Unconditional love is rare in life, but it’s surprisingly common among certain pets. This is particularly the case with dogs, who some scientists believe can understand our emotions. It has also been proven that animals can improve your health and mental wellbeing. Having a pet who’s utterly devoted to you is appealing for many people. Owning a pet can be a rewarding experience.
We have compiled these fact sheets to help you gain a better understanding of the anima adoption process before you make a decision.