Foster Application

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Phone (required)

Full name and age of everyone in your household (please include yourself in this list)

Physical Street Address of your home: (No PO boxes please) (required)

Mailing address if different from above:


What type of building (House, Condo, etc.)

Do you Rent or Own?

If you would like to describe any additional housing information which will help us understand your home’s setup such as whether you have a fenced yard, unfenced yard, dog run etc. please do so here:

Do you currently have any friends or family who already foster for GALS? If so, please let us know who they are.

If you do not have any friends or family who have volunteered with GALS, please provide us with contact information for a personal reference.

Have you fostered before? If so with which groups?

What species/type of animals are you interested in fostering (please check all that apply):
adult catslitters of kittensnursing cats with litters of kittenskittens who require bottle feedingcats with medical issues such as diabetes, kidney failure, recovering from surgery etc.small breed adult dogsmedium/large breed adult dogslitters of puppiesindividual or pairs of puppiesnursing dogs with litters of puppiespuppies who require bottle feedingdogs who require extra medical care such as parvo recovery, recovering from surgery etc.senior dogsreptilessmall mammalsother

Are you willing and able to transport your foster animal to approved clinics for their booster shots or other medical needs that may arise while the animal is in your care?

Does everyone in your household/family group want to be part of our foster program?

How long will the animal be left alone during the day, and where will the animal stay while you are away (inside, in yard, in a crate etc.)?

Do children frequently visit your home?

Will the foster animal be primarily inside or outside?

Please describe your situation and how you plan to care for the animal, where will the foster animal sleep, etc.

Please provide the name, species (and size if relevant) of every animal currently residing in your home:

Are all of the above animals spayed/neutered? If not, please explain why.

Are your pets up to date on vaccinations?

For pets previously owned, please explain why they are no longer with you and provide the reason (e.g. passed of old age, accidental death, re-homed privately, took to shelter, euthanized, etc.):

How would you describe the activity level in your household? For example, do you walk daily?

Are you willing to take the time to work with a pet on housebreaking issues or other issues as they arise? This may also include daily medication for mange, weekly bathing for same, de-worming, if necessary.

Do you understand that our rescued dogs/puppies/cats may not be house-trained and you will be required to teach them this skill, including adult animals?

If a behavioural problem arises, what steps would you take to remedy that situation?

Do you understand and accept that puppies, kittens, dogs and cats can cause damage to your carpets, furniture, vehicles and belongings by chewing and having accidents? Also beware of paint scratches on walls. Animals can jump on vehicles and scratch paint, chew interior, seatbelts etc)


GALS provides necessary veterinary care, however there is a possibility that your foster animal may be carrying parasites such as worms, fleas, ticks, or mange when they initially arrive in your home. In unusual circumstances, they could also be carrying viruses such as parvo-virus or distemper. This is why it is important that all your animals be up-to-date on their vaccinations AND deworming. In addition, we recommend keeping your foster animal separate to other animals until checked by a veterinarian. Do you understand and accept this?

In the absence of the primary caretaker, who will look after the foster animal(s)?

Do you agree to give GALS at least 72 hrs notice should you need temporary care for your foster animal(s)

Do you acknowledge that any property such as equipment, material, donations or identification issued by GALS, remains the property of same and is to be returned upon your resignation or termination of fostering, or at any time as requested by GALS.


Foster parents are incredibly special in our organization. Our organization houses our animal friends in foster families, rather than in a central shelter. Our goal is to have them socialized within a family setting. We support each other’s efforts, share ideas and believe in teamwork. Global Animal Lovers Society thanks you very much for your application and looks forward to working with you in the near future

What GALS Supplies:

We supply the food and veterinary care for each animal in our care. We supply donated blankets, crates and other supplies such as food dishes and toys when they are available. We also supply shampoo, conditioners, special medicated shampoo if necessary, and medication if needed. Foster parents are guided through the adoption process and are supplied with adoption forms and other screening tools.

What Foster Parents Supply:

Foster families supply transportation to the approved Vet Clinics and back to their homes when picking up animals or taking them for medical care. Although food is supplied, generally foster parents pick it up at a mutually agreeable pick up location.


I agree to a home and yard visit on a mutually agreed upon date by a GALS representative if required. I agree to keep this pet(s) healthy with proper nutrition and veterinary care to keep this pet(s) safe from all harm and provide a loving home.

I personally guarantee that my resident pets are up-to-date with vaccinations are in good health. Global Animal Lovers Society will not be held responsible for any damage brought to the house or inhabitants as a result of my decision to foster an animal.

I have read the above information carefully and have filled out this application honestly. I understand that omission of information and/or failure to answer all the questions and sign the application can result in this application being declined. Also, if an omission or untruth is discovered after the placement takes place, I understand and accept that GALS has the right to remove the animal and equipment issued from my care.