Many animals left at the Montreal SPCA are sick or require special care. Some of these animals have specific needs that the shelter cannot provide. For these cases we turn to foster homes where animals vulnerable to disease or contagion can be cared for; they can receive one-on-one attention in a home environment. Before they can be put up for adoption, they need to recover their health. This program also helps prevent euthanasia. We need homes to house nursing cats and dogs, as well as kittens and puppies that are too young.
If you love animals but can’t commit long-term, join our foster care program. We urgently need responsible people who can keep one or more animals in their home for a short period (on average one or two months) and provide them all necessary care and attention.
We are also looking for permanent foster homes for elderly, disabled, or special needs animals.
If you are interested in this program, the first step is to download the application form by clicking here and return it once completed. For more information, call us at 514-735-2711, extension 2237, email us at email@example.com or visit our website. Our personnel are available to answer your questions and give you advice: Monday through Friday from noon to 7:00 pm and on weekends from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.