Adoption Ambassador Program

Join the program!

The Open Door Adoption Ambassador Program is a foster-based adoption initiative to help us adopt more cats and dogs in the community where you live. The trained foster parent would be responsible for:
1. Housing and caring for the cat or dog.
2. Promoting the cat or dog in the community and social media (i.e. take the cat or dog out in the community in a special stroller (for cats) or with an adopt me vest on (for dogs.)
3. Performing the home check – Adoption Ambassador has full decision making authority to place the cat or dog.
4. Collecting the adoption paperwork and payment.
5. Delivering the cat or dog and adoption go-home bag.

For more information contact:

Amanda (for cats)   amanda@odas.org
donate 1Diane (for dogs) diane@odas.org


Meet Fenway! You want to talk about being a poster pet for Open Door Animal Sanctuary’s brand new Adoption Ambassador program! Little Miss Fenway is your gal!! She came to me 1 ½ weeks ago, literally sliding on the floor in a combat-11-5-16-fenway-4crawl sort of way from apprehension about the whole world around her, and has since completely transformed into the amazing little gal she truly is! At the mere age of almost-10 months, Fenway has learned about love and trust. Now having that foundation, she shows us what a fantastic leash walker she is on every walk, she has learned SIT and DOWN, she loves to take walks in the park and trail hikes in the hills and woods, she plays with balls and stuffed animals, and – best yet — adores adults, kids, dogs and cats. Her resiliency after everything she’s been through is just shining through her. She looks at you with those caramel brown eyes and her soul just speaks to you. Not to mention a perfect blend of spots, speckles, and black-and-white marbling!! You would never know she’s just a pup; she is so mellow. Fenway thrives in a home where someone is around most of the time. She would also do best in a home with another dog, and one that is not dominant. Fenny is a petite thing. She loves to play with other dogs, but her demure nature makes her non-confrontational. She also needs to check in with her human throughout the day to get a pat or a belly rub, just to remind her that you’re there. If you’d like to know more about Fenway, please contact her foster mom, Susan, at furrypawsfoster@gmail.com.


10-17-16-libertyLiberty boxed herself up and is ready for her forever family! Liberty is an approximately 4 year old cat who loves attention from humans. She is not a big fan of other cats and dogs, so a home where she is an only pet would be best. Let me know if you would like to meet Liberty to see 10-18-16-libertyif she would be a good addition to your family.

Kathy Brand (636) 671-3643 or  kathy@odas.org

 

 

 

 

 


 

Our First Adoption Ambassador Success Story – Chao – Adopted!10-18-16-chao