Foster Care, short term for cats

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Because Love Goes On

Do you love animals? Would you like to help a grieving pet to heal? Become a foster care provider for Hospice Pet Advocates, and know the joys of helping pets find love again!

Hospice Pet Advocates is a non-profit organization founded by health care providers to assist hospice patients facing terminal or life-altering conditions to pre--plan for and rehome their beloved pets. In some instances, pets are abandoned by sudden death or cannot be cared for due to an unforeseen medical event, requiring immediate rescue intervention.

We have loving, healthy cats going through transitions that need a short time in good care to heal from owner loss. Once this necessary healing occurs, HPA works with other community organizations to get them into the adoption system to find new forever homes.

Hospice Pet Advocates is doing many great things to help the community - but we need your help! If you can open your heart and home for a short time to help a grieving animal, please contact us for more information about how YOU can become a HERO for pets!

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PO BOX 50306, EUGENE, OR 97405, US

Mission Statement

Hospice Pet Advocates provides pre-planning assistance, education, emergency services and advocacy for pet owners facing a terminal or life-limiting illness.


HPA was co-founded by a medical social worker and a hospice nurse when they saw a need first-hand.

HPA work with patients, their families and health care professionals to provide pet-related services to those facing end of life, transitions in care or permanent debilitation.

  • Raising awareness about the importance and necessity of pre-planning for pets.
  • Educational programming for patients and care providers about pet issues.
  • Pre-planning counseling, networking and direct assistance
  • Emergency rescue services
  • Placement with a partner adoption agency.


We'll work with your schedule.


The Eugene-Springfield areaEugene, OR 97405



  • Animal Care / Handling


  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Usually a few weeks, once or twice a year
  • Landlord verification to house pets

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