Animal Services does not have a foster program, however, Foster Care Programs are a critical piece of lifesaving efforts. When an animal is sick or injured or just needs someone to teach it basic manners and basic training, foster parents help fill the gap between the time the animal is brought into the Animal Services Shelter and the time they are adopted. Foster parents can choose to foster the dog or cat that best fits in with their family's home. There are also times when the shelters have cats and dogs who are ill or injured and need a short recuperative stay in someone’s home until they are adoptable. We need foster homes to help us save lives.

In hopes of saving as many pets as possible, Animal Services joined forces with Rescue Groups to help the animals in our care until they can be placed in forever homes.

Listed below are rescue groups that welcome your assistance in the fostering our pets.

Humane Society of Greater Savannah
7215 Sallie Mood Dr.
Savannah, GA 31406
(912) 354-9515

Coastal Pet Rescue
(912) 228-3538
info@coastalpetrescue.org

One Love Animal Rescue
(912) 572-1251

GRRR (GA Rescue, Rehabilitation and Relocation)
Breff Conley (912) 663-3010 or (912) 656-9792

Save-A-Life
912-598-SPAY(7729)

Imagine Pet Rescue
(904) 571-0455

Tabby Tales Rescue

You may also visit Petfinder.com. On the home page, go to the left hand side of the screen and look for welfare or rescue group section. You can type in a Savannah zip code and more rescue groups should pull up, including the groups listed above.

If you have a pure-bred animal, you can Google the breed and the words 'rescue Savannah, GA', and local breed-specific rescue websites will show up.