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The Milo Foundation
PO Box 6625
Albany, CA 94706

 
Milo Point Richmond
220 S Garrard Blvd
Point Richmond, CA 94801
510-900-2275
 
Adoption Hours
Wed-Mon
11am-5pm
Volunteer Hours
7 Days a Week
7am-8pm
Volunteer
Orientations
2nd and Last Thurs
of each Month 5pm
 
The Milo Sanctuary
Milo runs a 283-acre Sanctuary in Mendocino County
707-459-4900
 

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Milo Partners with Nutro and Pet Food Express
We are grateful to Mars Petcare and the Nutro Company who donate the food which feeds the animals at our Point Richmond Adoption Center. Milo gratefully acknowledges this very generous contribution to the nourishment of the animals in our care.

There are other things we need for our animals at Point Richmond and the Sanctuary. You can shop for needed supplies for Milo by clicking the Pet Food Express logo below. Designate Milo as your purchase recipient, receive a 20% discount and free shipping.

The animals thank you!

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Foster for Milo

Foster an Animal!LONG-TERM FOSTERING

Taking an animal into your home for a month or more can give them the transition period they need to get "adoption ready."   Long-term fostering is possible both in the San Francisco Bay Area, particularly in the East Bay and in Marin County, as well as in Mendocino County. Foster homes are needed for under aged puppies and kittens, adolescent pups in need of house training and one-on-one time, as well as adult dogs of many kinds. Senior cats benefit greatly from longer term fostering in a warm, loving environment. By providing a secure haven and extra nurturing, training, or care, you are increasing our ability to help other animals, and increasing your foster pet's chances of finding the right new home.  This is also a great opportunity to show pets who don't do well in busy, noisy adoption events!

To be a SHORT-TERM FOSTER parent means that you are willing to pick up animal(s) at the end of an adoption day and take them home between adoption events. After an evening or two or three of love and attention and more room to romp, you transport the critter(s) back to Milo for another chance at adoption. Slightly longer fostering, even for just a week, is very much NEEDED, especially for animals who are recovering from spay/neuter surgeries and/or are temporarily under the weather!!

Download a foster application in PDF or DOC.

Send foster applications, scans or MS Word, or submit inquiries to the Milo Foundation as follows:

In the East Bay or nearby, email:

info@milofoundation.org

Or

mpr@milofoundation.org

Or

Call (510) 900-2275.

You can also join our Yahoo Groups volunteer/foster group.  Stay up to date with the latest news about volunteering and fostering by joining the Milo Volunteer email list: http://www.milofoundation.org/help.cfm

Milo, and the animals, thank you!


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