Lizzy's Animal Hospice

Volunteer Opportunities


Lizzy's Animal Hospice is always looking for volunteers. After all, a rescue organization is only as good as the volunteers, which is why they are so appreciated. Below is a list of things volunteers can do. If you have other ideas on how you can help, let us know! We love people who think outside of the box.

Click here for a volunter form

If you would like to donate, click here

If you would like to be a foster family for Lizzy's' Animal House, contact us.
If you have any questions about this program or would like to make a donation that needs to be picked up, contact us. LizzysHospice@gmail

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Advantages of Fostering a LAH Companion Animal

Foster families are desperately needed! If we have more foster families, we can help more senior companion animals that nobody else wanted simply because they are elderly.

Some think that fostering an elderly/geriatric or even terminally ill companion animal is sad. It is an extremely rewarding experience. We feel lucky to be able make such an impact in the lives of these companion animals that others turned away. They deserve a happy end of life, no matter how long that may be. We have had some for a couple of years. We are looking for long term fosters because we do not know how long until the pet is adopted or until they pass on and we do not want them going from place to place to place in a shorter amount of time. It is very disorienting for them

As a foster family, any purchase that you make on behalf of the foster companion animal can be a tax deduction on your personal tax return for that year.

If are considering adopting, but aren't sure that is the way you want to go, an alternative to adopting right off is fostering. Email us at for questions or a foster application. Thank you for considering fostering a Lizzy's Animal Hospice companion animal.

Also some of the companion animals are not elderly. They were brought in to LAH as a special project, and are happy healthy, and much younger!!! Check them out!

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