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  • Foster care can help save an animal’s life when a shelter is full.
  • Some animals don’t do well in a shelter environment because they are frightened or need a little extra care.
  • Newborn animals that need to be nursed or bottle-fed usually need foster care.
  • Some animals need time to recover from an illness or injury before adoption.

Our foster program is a rewarding experience for the foster families and the animals! 

Many animals (dogs and cats) are in need of special socialization that can happen only in a family environment. Some animals have special medical needs and a home environment will help

them heal more quickly or be more comfortable during recovery and treatment. Some animals

have terminal conditions and hospice care in a loving home environment will allow their

last days surrounded by love is what they need.

Remit completed form in person or mail to:
Rabun Paws 4 Life, Inc.
261 Boen Creek Road • Tiger, GA 30576

Rabun Paws 4 Life, Inc.

261 Boen Creek Road

Tiger, GA 30576

P.O Box 216

​Clayton, GA 30525


Contact Us

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Closed

Tuesday - Friday 10am - 4 pm

Saturday 10am - 3 pm

Sunday 1pm - 4pm


261 Boen Creek Road • Tiger GA  30576​

Mailing address: PO Box 216, Clayton, GA  30525

Whatever the reason, these animals need some extra love and care before they can be adopted. Providing foster care for a few days, weeks, or months can be a lifesaving gift for an animal.

Please contact our shelter team today to sign up and find out more information about becoming

a foster family!