Thank you for considering becoming a foster partner!
Foster partners keep an animal in their home for a limited amount of time. These pets could be sick or injured, in need of behavior modification, neonates who are too little to be spayed/neutered, or those who simply need a break from their kennel.
Studies prove that inviting a shelter animal into your home for a short period of time can change their life - Fostering increases their chance of adoption!
MAC will provide all preventative care and medical needs, but ask that foster partners provide blankets, litter, litter boxes, food, toys, and other necessities while in your care. If you are fostering a neonate we will provide all necessary equipment such as formula, bottles/nipples, and heat source.
We look forward to working with you!
Make an Appointment here!
Click here to make an appointment for:
Routine Foster Vet Treatment
Foster Health Check
Foster Cat/Dog adoption (with approval from foster team)
Foster Surgery (with approval from foster team)
How Foster Works:
A step-by-step guideline
Animals in Need of Foster
Although all animals are currently eligible for foster (excluding available puppies, kittens, and ambassadors) at the link below you will find the list of animals that we would like to go to foster the MOST. These animals are either sick/injured, are scared/timid, or have been here for far too long and are searching for a much deserved break.
4500 North Access Road
Chattanooga, TN 37415
Desk Phone. 423.305.7140 ext. 143