TLC Fosters NP is a foster based rescue. Started and Founded by Crystal Davis-Coan “President” and her husband Timothy Coan “Vice-President” in the summer of 2014 with their first Mama cat and litter of kittens. The major differences TLC Fosters NP focuses on were to be a foster based rescue and all of the animals live in homes with families. Foster based adoptions are so important because it gives everyone a chance to evaluate that animal’s behavior in an actual household rather than just sitting in a cage surrounded by other animals in cages. This way, we can try and get the right animal with the right home, thus reducing the number of pets needing to be rehomed, or coming back to the rescue. Since joining together in this endeavor, since July 2014, around 1000 animals have been adopted! This is excellent, since we are a group of just a few board members, a few foster homes for cats, dogs, bunnies and a guinea pig. We are a 501C3 and 100% volunteer based and 100% donation. We have no shelter or building to support so all of the donation goes directly to the animals care and rehoming. We have approximately 50 animals in our care right now. Together we can help save more animals
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our pets are all in foster homes with families. We will arrange a veiwing once your application is approved. We give the pets TLC and get to know their personality so we can match them with their furever home.
Our Adoption Process...
Fees vary based on the amount of medical expenses the pet needs.
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