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 from Greece Animal Control. She had a litter of 10 week old kittens but they have gone into a foster home so now just Palooza needs a place to go. Can you help? She doesn't have a listing yet but she'll be getting spayed 9/23.
***9/19/14: Dixie, young, female, tan and white boxer/pit mix, approx. 50 lbs., needs a foster. Her foster visit failed and we have nothing else lined up so we are forced to board her which is costing GRASP daily. She's great with people but does not like cats and seems to be dog selective.
Please click here to apply to foster! 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.