So you're pretty sure it'll work out (let's face it, you've already committed, just admit it) but you want to be sure the other four-legged's in the house are cool with it. They're family too ya know.
(Have you discussed this with your gold fish yet? What about the koi fish in the pond in your back yard?)
The fine print: You will still need to fill out an application prior to fostering. We need to be sure the fur ball you'd like to foster will be the right fit for your family and lifestyle.
First option: Check out our available animals on the 'Adoptable Animals' page (link listed at the top of this page)
Second option: Come visit us at PetSmart in Murfreesboro (please check Facebook for the most up to date info on where we will be) most Saturdays and spend some time with one or all of our available animals.
Fill out an adoption application under the "Adoption" drop down menu at the top of this page. On this page you will have the option to complete an online application or print a copy to bring to us.
Typically it takes us about a week to process your application, sometimes two. We are 100% volunteer based and process our applications in our spare time (usually during our day job lunch breaks).
Now it's official (once approved). That slobbering ball of energy is alllll yours. That little guy (or gal) will have a warm bed to sleep in for the rest of their life, all thanks to you!
As it turns out, there is a third way to help.
You don't quite want to commit to adopting that 5th or 6th dog (or cat) so you decide you want to help us out by becoming a foster parent.
So you're approved to foster and you pick the animal you had your eye on all along.
Sure enough, once you get that little guy home, you just haaaad to go and fall in love with him, didn't you?
Guess who just adopted another furry fur-ever friend... (you did)
Yup... some more fine print: You will need to come back to fill out a little more paperwork to finalize the adoption and pay the adoption fee. We'd also like a picture of you and your new couch buddy for Facebook to document how great of a person you are for opening you home to an animal in need.