Her.- do you have a dog or a cat?me.- I don't know.

Wonder which dog or cat best fits your lifestyle? We'll narrow down over 300 breeds for you.
Providing a licensing rate differential has been proven to increase the number of spayed/neutered dogs and cats, thereby reducing the number of unwanted and abandoned pets, as well as the costs for municipal enforcement and animal control.
, owning a cat instead of a dog could save you a minimum of $300 to $800 a year — probably more.
Do you prefer to spend time on your own? Always game to try new things? Then you could be a cat person. The survey found that cat owners were more likely to be curious, unconventional in thinking and actions, and more prone to worry than dog people. On our Almost Heaven Ranch in north Idaho, in fact, the score is dead even: four dogs, four cats.Dog family tracks are much more symmetrical than cat family tracks. Here's how to spot this clue...Notice how the dog track is much more symmetrical than the cat. Voila.
What Will I Need To Do As A Foster Parent?
Foster homes are responsible for the daily care of the foster cat or dog, including feeding, exercising, socializing, grooming, reinforcing basic obedience commands, observing and evaluating general behavior and temperament, and of course providing patience, love and security.

Understand that all the animals are rescue animals and their behavior can be unpredictable. Be prepared for some adjustment issues in the beginning. It can be stressful for both you and the pet to be in a new situation. Be patient. If the going gets tough we will help out with advice and encouragement.What If I Already Have A Pet?
In most cases, it`s fine if you already have a cat and/or dog, as long as your pet and the foster pet are both healthy and well behaved around other animals. Prior to arranging any foster home, an introduction will be done between your current animals and the animal we need to have fostered in order to ensure it will be a fit for the whole family.Will I Get To Choose The Cat Or Dog To Foster?
We will show you the animals that are in need of foster homes and you can let us know your preference. If we feel that the animal is a good match for your home we will set you up as a foster home. We do our best to place an animal that fits your lifestyle. If you live in an apartment, you can ask for or an older animal who is low energy or a cat or dog in medical recovery who needs to be kept quiet. If you are an active family, you can ask for a dog who needs lots of walks and plenty of exercise. If someone in your family is comfortable working with dogs, they can help with some basic obedience or teach him some tricks.Do I Have To Be Home With The Animal All Day?
Not necessarily. Many foster family members are employed outside the home and still provide a quality environment for the cat or dog. We do require that any time you are unable to directly supervise the foster animal, they must be confined to a small, secure area, preferably a training crate. This results in a safe secure place for the cat and dog and also protects your home and possessions.How Long Does An Animal Stay in Foster Care?
The foster stay varies with each cat and dog depending on the animals specific needs. Animals with special needs may need to stay in foster care for a period of months. Some may stay only a few days. It really depends on the individual cat's or dog`s situation.What If I Want To Travel?
If you are fostering and want to go away for a weekend or take a vacation, the foster cat or dog can be returned to the coordinator`s care while you are away. Just arrange it in advance, as soon as you know, and we`ll reserve a spot.