Kitten season is quickly approaching, and the Maryland SPCA is in need of foster parents. These special volunteers take in animals that are not ready to be adopted due to age, illness, or injury.
Some fosters animals require care and feeding every few hours, including while the shelter isn't staffed. Prospective foster parents don't even need any experience - if you can love and care for a pet, you can foster! The SPCA provides training and resources for its foster parents, including accessories and a 24 hour helpline.
If you're interested in becoming a a pet foster parent, click here.