Adoptable Animals

Any adoptable pets that are listed and are done directly with the pet parent/foster parent/independent rescuer will be listed as such. We are happy to provide guidance on selecting your new family member, as well as to provide resources like sample adoption contracts to independent rescuers.

What is the difference between fostering, foster-to-adopt, and adoption? 

Fostering: Foster homes provide a temporary home to an animal that would otherwise be on the street or in a shelter. 

Foster to Adopt: This is when a potential owner takes possession of an animal before the animal has finished all of the steps that LFAR takes prior to adoption. For example, young kittens who can't be spayed or neutered yet. This is a great way to see if you think an animal will fit into your current living situation.  We will still require an adoption contract/fee if you decide to adopt the animal.

Adoption: This is when an animal finds a permanent, lifetime home.  

If you're interested in being a foster parent, please click here for the foster application form.

Our most current available pets are now listed on Petfinder!

Animals are already in foster care and are just waiting to be fixed, vaccinated, and then will be ready for their forever homes. 


In addition to long term fosters, we're looking for fosters who can hold animals as soon as we get them. It may be just for a night or two, or longer, but the goal is to have a space where the animals can be safe until they are able to get to the vet and be checked out.