Foster homes are in short supply as economy breeds more homeless pets

10/11/2010 | USA Today

The down economy has forced more families to abandon their dogs and cats at shelters and has left fewer people able to afford to foster the animals until a permanent home can be found. Foster families act as a vital resource, helping animals become more social and preparing them for adoption in ways that shelters can't, some say.

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