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The Yavapai Humane Society Foster Care Program provides care for animals not yet ready for adoption. Volunteers care for animals in their own homes, providing animals that are underweight, underage, sick or injured the time they need to grow or heal so they may become adoptable. Foster parents choose the type of animals and length of stay that your lifestyle can accommodate.
If you are interested in becoming an animal foster parent or simply getting more information, please contact the YHS Foster Placement Coordinator, Lisa Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org or (928)445-2666 x18.
If you are ready to start fostering animals, please fill out a completed Animal Foster Care Application online and we will contact you. Thank you!
YHS foster parent since 2006
"Fostering pets while they await their Forever Homes not only saves their lives, but is a great joy for me. The only problem I've found -- it's hard to give them up when their new owners come along! But it's a good problem to have." Learn more about Q&A with Sandy Moss.
If you are interested in meeting any of our animals in foster care, please call (928) 445-2666 to make a meet and greet appointment. Adoption policies for foster animals are the same as our shelter animals. Please read our Adoption Policies.