Peace of Mind for Pet Owners


PACT for Animals is committed to the safety and health of our PACT pets, owners, and foster families. With this in mind, the PACT for Animals Board of Directors has agreed on the following plan of action in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. We encourage all families in our program to follow recommendations from their physicians and the CDC to best protect themselves.

Please visit our Coronavirus page for recommendations and updates about the Coronavirus.



    PACT gives peace of mind to hospital patients and military personnel by placing their pets into temporary foster homes until their owners can be reunited with the devoted companions they love. PACT is the only organization of its kind. Since its founding in 2011 and first placements in 2012, PACT has facilitated the placement of over 1,000 companion pets nationwide and 650 free foster homes in 47 states.

    Be a Foster

    PACT foster homes come in all shapes and sizes. Join our army of civilian volunteers and sign up to be a foster parent by clicking below.

    Need a Foster

    If you are temporarily unable to care for your pet, due to medical or military related reasons, we’re here to help. Click below to request assistance.

    All of PACT's services are provided at no cost. Our mission depends on donations from you. Please give what you can. No donation is too small.

    What's New at PACT

    Snoopy needs a foster in PA!

    Snoopy needs a foster in PA!

    Mary is a citizen in Philadelphia, PA.  Her 12 year old son, Matthew, is currently awaiting a Bone Marrow Transplant which was set to take place over the summer.  Mary and Matthew are hoping to find a foster for their dog, Snoopy, so that Matthew can stay safely...

    Atlas needs a foster in IL!

    Atlas needs a foster in IL!

    Ryan is a new member of the US Navy and is already underway at basic training.  Ryan left his dog, Atlas, with his mom before heading to training, but she is having a tough time keeping up with his energy and attending to her own multiple pets.  Ryan and Judy are...