Thank you for you interest in becoming a foster parent with Citizens for Animal Protection, with your help we can save many lives! To learn more about the CAP Foster Home Program and its procedures and policies you may register for an upcoming Foster Home Orientation and Training Session.
Each session will last a minimum of 3 hours and may extend to 4 hours depending on number of attendees and questions.
For more information on the foster home application and training process, please visit the Foster Homes page. Each person who attends the Foster Orientation must register, please do not bring children under the age of 16 years or extra guests. Please know that CAP Foster Parents must foster a minimum of three pets per year in order to remain active in the program. We do not make foster-to-adopt arrangements for individual pets but are open to fosters adopting their own foster pets. Foster parents must be 18 years of age and have landlord approval.
CAP Foster Parent Orientation & Training
The orientation & training session covers procedures and policies of the CAP foster program as well as basic medical training. After attending the orientation and training session you will be ready to get started fostering for CAP!
Each person who attends the Foster Orientation & Training must register individually, please do not bring young children or extra guests. CAP Foster Parents must foster a minimum of three pets per year in order to remain active in the program. Foster parents must be 18 years of age and have landlord approval.
|Event Date||12-15-2019 11:00 am|
|Event End Date||12-15-2019 1:00 pm|