An animal that is not ready to be made available for adoption due to their age, size, health or need for socialization may be placed into the Foster Care Program. Spartanburg Humane Society staff will match qualified foster homes with the pet’s special requirements or needs. Animals needing medical care are treated at the Spartanburg Humane Society at our cost.

Our foster families can be old or young, single or married with children, but they all have one thing in common – they have a place where homeless animals are welcome. Most of all, they have the ability to love an animal with all their hearts, care for them, teach/train them and prepare them to live forever as someone’s beloved companion.

If you have any questions about foster please call our Foster Coordinator, Melanie Burt at 864-583-4805 ext. 118 or by email at [email protected].

Foster Parenting Form

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  • Foster Animal Characteristics

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  • Fostering Experience

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