Friends of Upland Animal Shelter

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Every spring and fall, kittens start flooding the shelter.  Often, orphaned kittens are so young, they need to be bottle fed.  Most of them are too small to adopt.  Kittens must weigh 2 pounds to be spayed or neutered.  Assuming there is even room at the shelter for these babies, spending their days in a small cage doesn't provide the attention and socialization they need to become well rounded, affectionate cats.

The shelter also receives puppies throughout the year.  Spending a week or two (or longer) in a home where they can be safe and warm, socialized, and loved not only saves their lives but makes them adoptable. 

To become a foster, we ask that you first become a Shelter Volunteer, attend a general orientation, and speak with Jessica Lopez, Shelter Operations Manager. 

To find out more about becoming a Shelter Volunteer and download the application, please click here.

If you have any questions, please call Jessica at (909) 931-4185.

You Are Invited to Help Save Lives!

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Volunteers@friendsofuplandanimalshelter.org


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