Thank you for your interest in becoming a foster! Please complete this application form if you are interested in becoming a Georgia SPCA foster. Once you complete the form, click the submit button at the bottom. Our foster coordinator will then get in contact with you shortly with information about the next steps to take to become a foster with the Georgia SPCA! Contact Information First Name * Middle Name Last Name * Title Dr. Mr. Mrs. Ms. Street * Street 2 City * State * Zip Code * Home Phone * Cell Phone E-mail address * Date of Birth * Month MonthJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec Day Day12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031 Year Year1918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008 Emergency Contact Information First Name * Last Name * Phone Relationship * Foster Questions Have you Volunteered for GA SPCA in other capacities? If so, please explain: If you have fostered for us or another organization, please let us know about your experience: Have you ever worked for a Vet Clinic or animal shelter? If so, please explain: Please describe your experience with dogs and/or cats, including number of years: * Who else will be living with the foster animals? Please describe your household (children under 5, older children, teenagers, adults, etc.) * Please tell us about your availability (work schedule, vacations, school, etc.) * How many hours a day will the foster animal be alone? * Where will the foster animal be kept when no one is at home? (We can provide crates, pens, etc.) * Where will the foster animals sleep at night? * Will you be able to come back routinely for vaccinations, medications, spay/neuter, or any other need from the shelter? * Yes No Do you understand that each of our animals are visiting your home under a “medical quarantine?” These animals can only be around fixed and fully vaccinated animals as long as they are not aggressive. We want to make sure that our animals are not going to parks, stores, or any other public places other than your house or fenced in yard. * Yes No Which animals would you prefer to foster? Check any you will foster: * Cats Dogs Kittens Puppies Would you be willing to foster mothers and their litters? * Yes No Is there are size/weight limit on the animals that you are willing to foster? If so, please explain: * Have you ever had to provide medical care to an animal? If so, please explain: Are you willing to give medicine to sick animals? * Yes No Are you willing to foster an injured animal? * Yes No Would you be willing to foster kittens/puppies that need to be bottle fed? Bottle feeding requires bottle/syringe feedings every 2-3 hours, including throughout the night. * Yes No Have you weaned puppies/kittens before? * Yes No Are you able to provide space for the mother of a litter to come and go from her litter? * Yes No Please list all personal pets that are currently living with you: * If you have any personal pets, are they up to date on vaccines? (heartgard, flea/tick, etc) Yes No Cats only: Have they received a Feline Leukemia & FIV Combo test? Yes No Are your pets altered? Yes No Are you able to keep your own pets, if any, away from the mother and her litter? * Yes No Are you able to keep puppies/kittens until they are at least 8 weeks of age? * Yes No Normal quarantine time for a dog is 14 days and for a cat 5 days, are you able to keep them for this timeframe? * Yes No Have you had parvo in your house within the last year? If yes, then you will only be able to foster dogs/puppies that have been vaccinated or cats/kittens. * Yes No Have you had pan leuk in your house within the last year? If yes, then you will only be able to foster vaccinated cats/kittens or dogs/puppies. * Yes No If an emergency occurred and we needed to evacuate the shelter, would you be able to foster on short notice? * Yes No If there is an animal emergency after Lanier Animal Hospital hours, our emergency vet is North Georgia Veterinary. Would you be able to take the animal to our vet if necessary? * Yes No If you are not located near North Georgia Veterinary, please provide your closest emergency vet. Do you own or rent your home? * Own Rent Other Do you have permission from your landlord to foster animals? * Yes No Thank-You Thank you for your application. A routine home inspection for fosters is required by the Department of Agriculture and must be conducted before a person can foster, and then once every 6 months. A valid copy of your driver’s license will also be required to keep for our records. Please click the submit button below to complete your application.