Does anyone else foster animals? I wanted to start a thread to share photos and stories about my foster babies. I foster for RSPCA South Australia. At this stage I foster rabbits and kittens. If anyone else fosters I would love to see your photos/stories here too! Currently I have four fosters - two rabbits, and two kittens. Foster Bun 1 is Ginny. She originally came to me a few months ago along with her two male siblings because they were found as strays but were too young to spay/neuter. So they stayed with me until they were all ready - they went back for desexing about a month ago. Her brothers, Fred and George, stayed together as a bonded pair and were adopted out to a wonderful family a couple of weeks ago. Sadly Ginny did not cope well being separated from her brothers. She was still eating, but was really depressed and lost a lot of weight. So she came back home with me into foster, and I put her in a play pen next to Foster Bun 2 - Gandalf so she could see another rabbit. She perked up right away and went back to her old self but with a side of passive aggressiveness - a trick some bunnies use as a form of "I'm happier than you LOOK AT ME PLAY AND NAP IN SUCH A HAPPY MANNER HAHHAHAHAHA!!". I have since bonded them, because I plan to adopt them once they are vet cleared. Here is a photo of Fred (left), Ginny (middle), and George (right) the day they came to me. Foster Bun 2 also has a bit of a story but I'll try to keep it short. Gandalf came in late one day as a stray but he couldn't eat because his front teeth were so over grown, so he came home with me to be syringe fed. Over the next 3 weeks until he was booked in for teeth removal, his teeth grew back so fast they had to be trimmed 3 times. They also twisted so badly that his jaw was not lined up properly and one of the peg teeth (tiny teeth that grow behind top incisors) was bent badly and the other was shattered. He has recovered well from his surgery and is now awaiting his final vet check. The vets suspect he is a senior bun, around 8 years old. He is now bonded to Ginny and I will adopt them together. Here is a photo of Gandalf asleep in my arms - this was taken a couple of days before teeth surgery. And here are a couple of photos of them together - they aren't the best quality, I'll see if I can get nicer ones later I'll share kitten photos in the next post.