Fostering - How it works.
Most pets are lost, strayed, or abandoned and picked up by Greece Animal Control. GRASP is given the opportunity to find them a home versus being euthanized. Since GRASP doesn't have a shelter, we must rely on foster home availability. Cats are tested for FIV and Feline Leukemia. Dogs are tested for Heartworm. Both are treated for fleas, worms, receive age appropriate vaccinations and are spayed/neutered.
Palooza's kittens have a foster home so now just Palooza needs a place to go. Can you help?
She'll be getting spayed 9/23.
Ace is waiting patiently for a foster. He enjoys attention and a good chin scratch!
Dixie, adult, female, tan and white boxer/pit mix, approx. 50 lbs., needs a foster. She is currently being boarded which is costing GRASP daily. She's super sweet with people, knows basic commands and as you can see from her photo, knows how to beg for treats quite nicely! She is also very good on a leash for walks. She does not, however, like cats but possibly may be okay with some dogs but we are still learning more about her.
Click here to view a video posted on facebook!
Hi, I am Graham! I am a big, sweet boy with large white paws. Not much else is known about me at this time since I am brand new to GRASP and in need of a foster or adopter! Click here for more information.
Nacho is the sweetest boy you will meet! He comes when you call, just like a puppy. He loves to hang out with you and watch TV. Click here for more information.
Oates is looking for a home! He is a black domestic shorthair. He is brand new to GRASP!
Josephine, our Featured Dog, also needs a foster! Click here for more information.
Click here to apply to foster or adopt! Thank you!
Please consider fostering! GRASP covers all vet care costs!
We always need fosters. Click here to apply. Questions? Email a foster coordinator below.