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What support does Rabbit Advocates offer foster homes?

Rabbit Advocates wants you to be a successful foster volunteer, and we understand that it takes many resources to support our foster homes. We are here to help you care for your foster rabbits and find them forever homes. The Foster Application spells out all the details of how Rabbit Advocates supports foster homes. Below are some of the many ways we support our foster volunteers:

Rabbit Advocates Foster Mentors:
All new foster homes are assigned a Foster Mentor who will personally guide you through every step of the process and answer any questions you may have.

Publicity to help adopters learn about your foster rabbit:
Your foster rabbit will be eligible to appear on the Rabbit Advocates Adoptable Rabbits web page, Petfinder page, page, and adoption events.

Other Rabbit Advocates volunteers:
Being a general volunteer also makes you part of a close-knit community of people who love pet rabbits and love to help others care for them properly. There is no charge to become a Rabbit Advocates volunteer, though you must complete a formal Rabbit Advocate Volunteer Application.

Rabbit Advocates provides a wide variety of educational materials throughout our website (including items in the fostering pages Resources & Links), which you may download or purchase. These materials can help you learn more about caring for rabbits properly and we encourage you to provide them to adopters as well. We also offer special events and outreaches where you can ask questions and get hands-on practice with handling, socializing, grooming, nail trimming and other rabbit care activities.

Starter kit of supplies:
If you need supplies to help you get started with fostering, just ask us what’s available. During your training session, your trainer will help to get your all set up with the supplies you need. This will include feeding and general care.

Assistance for medical care:
Rabbit Advocates will cover the spay or neuter charges, and will reimburse approved veterinary care, as long as funds are available.

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