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Name
Address (no P.O.Box)
City,  State, &  Zip
Home Phone
Cell Phone
Email Address
Your Age
How many other adults live in your household?
What are their ages?
How many children live in your household?
What are their ages?
Does any member of your household have an allergy to dogs?
Does anyone in your household smoke?
What type of home do you live in?
Do you own or rent your home?
If you rent, do you have permission from your landord to have pets living in your home?
Do you have a completely fenced yard?
How tall is your fence (at it's lowest point)?
What type of fence?
Is there a gate?
Where is your gas & electric meters - inside or outside of the fenced area?
Do you have a pool?
If Yes, what type of pool?
If Yes, is your pool gated?
Are there stairs that lead to your home?
Do you have a doggie door?
   
Do you currently have any pets?
If Yes, please provide us with the following information about each pet:

  Type of Pet
(ie dog, cat, bird, etc.)
Breed Gender Age Spayed /
Neutered?
Fully
Vaccinated?
Pet #1
Pet #2
Pet #3
Pet #4
Pet #5
Pet #6
             

If you currently own pets, how will they adjust to a new pet entering their household?
Is someone home during the day?
How many hours each day will the dog be without human companionship?
   
What type of pet(s) are you interested in fostering?

(Check all that applies)

Adult Dogs

Puppies / Young Dogs

Nursing Mother Dog & Puppies

Special Needs Dogs (Senior and/or Medical Condition)

Adult Cats

Kittens

Nursing Mother Cat & Kittens

Special Needs Cats (Senior and/or Medical Conditions)

How many pets are the able / willing to foster at one time?

 

Many homeless animals have been abandoned, abused, or neglected, without ever knowing the love of a caring human being.  Every day, dogs and cats are euthanized in overcrowded high-kill Kern County area animal shelters. 

From the moment S.T.O.P. rescues a dog or cat, we begin changing their lives for the better.  Each pet is placed in a caring foster home until the right adopter/owner is found.  During their stay, the pets are evaluated, socialized, and given the loving care they need, prior to adoption.  Pets have their basic shots and are spayed/neutered (we actively support spaying and neutering of all companion dogs and cats).

Help keep us going and make happy tails come true; 100% of our support comes from donations and volunteers.

What you do makes a difference and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make. 

Please complete and submit your Volunteer Application to foster a dog or cat while he/she awaits a new forever home.  You can also complete the Volunteer Application to volunteer/donate your time.



VOLUNTEER APPLICATION
If you can’t adopt:
Foster

If you can’t foster:
Sponsor

If you can’t sponsor:
Volunteer

If you can’t volunteer:
Donate your time