1. Are foster pets sickly and will they jeopardize the health of my own personal pets?
Any and all animals fostered through The Mid City Mutt Mamas are properly checked and vetted prior to being sent home with their foster parents. Any medical conditions they may be treated for will be thoroughly discussed with the foster parent and made clear of any risks they may present.
2. What if my foster pet needs to go to the vet? Will I need to pay the medical bills?
Our foster pets all have their own special accounts at The Mid City Mutt Mamas preferred veterinary clinic. If at any point your foster pet needs medical attention you can make an appointment at the preferred vet and all expenses will be charged to the pets account.
3. What if I fall in love with my foster pet? Can I keep them?
This in the rescue word is what we call a "foster fail" and it happens ALL the time. Of course, your foster pet is always available for you to personally adopt. You will, however, be expected to pay a portion of the adoption fee to help offset the cost of your foster pets vet fees.
Izzy was dropped off Caddo Parish Animal Services last July HEARTWORM NEGATIVE . She got adopted and came back to them HEARTWORM POSITIVE. The owners felt like she could find a better home that she deserves that could help her with the seizures she has. She started having them in December and has had four since then.
SHE NEEDS YOUR HELP!
She is a very sweet dog and plays well with other dogs. We have not cat tested her yet.