Kern County Foster Application

Foster Feature 

Meet Michelle Neasbitt! Michelle has been fostering for Marley’s Mutts for the past 4 years and has fostered 13 dogs. Knowing the euthanasia statistics in Kern County Shelters pushed Michelle to want to do something so she started fostering. All 13 of Michelle’s fosters were her favorite in their own way. She was able to learn something valuable from each of them. Her most challenging foster was a dog named Max. Max was a high energy dog with a lack of manners that didn’t fit in well with Michelle’s pack or her cat. Michelle stayed the course and after graduating Pawsitive Change, Max was adopted into his forever home. The most rewarding part of fostering for Michelle is having a dog come from a loud and busy shelter into her calm and quiet home and witness them evolve into a completely different dog over the next 24-48 hours. If you are considering fostering, Michelle’s advice is to, “Just do it! Just try it once and you’ll be hooked!”

Aside from being a foster, Michelle has been doing nails for the past 25 years. Thank you for all you do, Michelle!

 

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