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Second Chance


200 Gordon Ln

Salt Lake City, UT 84107


Celebrating 23 years!

Become a Foster Home!

Would you enjoy the companionship of animals, but can’t take on the responsibility of permanent ownership right now?

Would you like to be able to teach your kids the joys and responsibilities of caring for a pet?

If you can answer “yes” to any of these questions and live in the Salt Lake Valley area of Utah, we would love to welcome you into our foster parent family.

What do you need to do?

Our foster parents provide daily care for Kittens, Cats, Dogs and Puppies in their homes until they are either ready to be transferred back to our adoption center to be placed for permanent adoption or until an adoptive home is found. Second Chance for Homeless Pets provides all needed Vet/Medical Care and supplies (i.e. food, litter, bowls, litter box, kennel, etc.),  

  1. Start by filling out the online application
  2. One of our volunteers will contact you to provide more details about our foster program and answer any questions you may have.
  3. Sign up for your first foster pick up and meet with our foster coordinators who will offer supplies & support
  4. Provide your foster pet with care and love
  5. Answer questions from potential adopters and take foster to any required appointments until adopted

At this time our dog/puppy foster form is not available online, if you would like to foster canine please email [email protected] and a foster coordinator will get in contact with you


FELINE FOSTER APPLICATION - You must be at least 21 years old in order to foster/adopt from our program.

Preferred Method of contact
Would you be agreeable to having a Second Chance representative meet with you at your home prior to taking foster animals into your house?
For Cats: What are you willing to foster? (Please keep in mind that some will require more work and time than others. We cannot guarantee that the animal we send out with you will not become sick from something they caught at the shelter or the environment, usually an upper respiratory infection that can be contagious to unvaccinated animals of the same species. Bottle feeders need to be fed every two hours, even during the night for at least a month. Those recovering from surgery may have follow up appointments that they need to go to)
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Thank you for your interest in fostering! Please watch for an email within 24 hours with more information