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We have a limited number of fosters and we run at maximum capacity so they are generally filled. If all KRC fosters are filled, you will be asked to foster your rescue. To be a foster means that you enter into a contractual relationship with our shelter, you house and care for the animal throughout his/her stay in the program and you commit to bring the animal to showings as agreed with KRC. Because enrolling a foster animal in our program requires KRC to ensure that we have adoption show space for that animal and commit to expending medical/supply resources on the animal (see below for detail), we enroll fostered animals as we have space/resources to do so.
In our foster program we request that the animal be vaccinated before coming to our facility. Krys’s Rescue Center offers medical assistance through our participating veterinarians, vaccinations, worming, and diagnostics to all animals enrolled in our foster animal adoption program. The foster home requires that you pay for the expenses for those cost. Foster animals that are up for adoption we show the animals on multiple websites the animals that are being adopted the adopter is professionally seen each candidate, check references require a stringent contract regarding care of the animal and provide follow-up on the care of the animal. Further animals from Krys’s Rescue Center may always come back to the KRC no-kill program.
What are your responsibilities as a foster? What are KRC’s responsibilities?