Casper was adopted before getting to his rescue by Bruce and Rachel’s daughter Tory Lockwood. Now little Casper has an exciting life now, where he’s meeting a lot of new animal friends. His name is now Finn, and his story has such a happy ending.
Would you like to be part of a happy ending? There are plenty of rescues out there who are willing to save a dog on the Greenville County Pet Rescue urgent list. Unfortunately, not enough fosters can be found, especially for out of state rescues who may need a few weeks to arrange transport.
You can save a dog’s life and help a rescue at the same time by offering to foster a Greenville dog for a few weeks. The easiest way to do this is to go to the Greenville County Pet Rescue page and find a dog you’d like to help. Simply comment on the thread asking a rescue to contact you about fostering that dog.
Most likely a home check will be done, and a few references checked just to be sure the dog will be cared for in a loving and safe home. Then you can share your own happy ending foster story. Caution: fostering is addictive. Once one foster dog leaves your home, your heart will be aching to help another dog on the way to a loving forever home.
Fosters to the Rescue was started in 2013 by a group of dedicated foster parents for dogs and cats in Greenville South Carolina. They foster for local shelters and rescue organizations throughout the United States, and always need more pet fosters to save more lives.