Become a Foster Pet Parent!
The Douglas County Animal Shelter is in need of Foster parents!
Want to make the world a better place in one easy step? Take home a foster pet from a local shelter or rescue group.
Fostering means bringing in a cat or dog — or parrot, or baby pig, or any other homeless pet — with the goal of nurturing them for a while until they can be dispatched to a permanent home with a family who’ll love them forever.
It’s a crucial part of the animal rescue world. It’s also amazing, for you and for the animals. Here’s why!
Send the Completed Foster Application either via email, fax or direct to the Douglas County Animal Shelter.
- EMAIL to Stacey Worsham atÂ email@example.com
- FAX to 770.942.5914
- VISIT the Doulgas County Animal Shelter atÂ 1755 County Services Road (adjacent to the Cedar Mtn Landfill) Douglasville, Georgia 30134.
- HOURS of Operation are Saturday and Sunday: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Monday: Closed, Tuesday – Friday: 1 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.