Each year, SPCA helps thousands of animals from backgrounds of injury, illness, abuse, and abandonment. Many of the animals that come into SPCA need additional care, treatment, and/or socialization before finding their forever home. Foster Coordinators find foster homes and volunteers that can provide temporary care for animals recovering from surgery, needing daily medicine, or that need training and socialization.
Foster Coordinators spend their days working with both people and animals. They arrange the pick-up and drop off of animals, schedule vet appointments, and organize everything foster volunteers need. They also provide training, support, and advice to the volunteers.
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