No liability whatsoever will be incurred by The CPR Fund on behalf of anyone who performs voluntary services. I understand that volunteer means a person who freely chooses to render services to The CPR Fund in a voluntary capacity.
I fully understand that my services are provided strictly in a voluntary capacity and I agree to provide my services at no charge to The CPR Fund. I understand that I will receive no compensation, salary, employee benefits or payment of any kind for the services I render.
I fully understand The CPR Fund handles animals with an unknown history. The temperament of these animals is often unknown to the CPR Fund staff. I agree to hold The CPR Fund harmless for any injury(s) which I might sustain from handling animals during the course of my volunteer duties.
I fully understand and agree to assume all risks involved in any and all duties that I perform for The CPR Fund in my volunteer capacity. Such duties might include, but are not limited to, animal handling, custodial work, transport and other volunteerduties.
I agree to familiarize myself with CPR Fund policies and procedures and will fullycomply with both the letter and spirit of these policies and procedures.
I fully understand that The CPR Fund expects high standards of moral and ethical treatment of animals under its care. I agree to adhere strictly to these standards in my voluntary capacity at The CPR Fund.
I agree not to represent The CPR Fund outside my immediate volunteer capacity. The CPR Fund has a designated spokesperson to handle the concerns of animal welfare issues within the community.
I fully understand and agree that if I fail to comply with any of the obligations outlined in the Foster Handbook The CPR Fund, at its sole discretion, may immediately terminate my services and I will be given 48 hours to return all supplies provided to me by The CPR Fund, my foster dog(s) and all associated his or herassociated paperwork.
By submitting this form I attest that I have read, understand and agree to all stipulations outlined above as well as the policies and procedures set forth in the Foster Handbook.
We are looking for permanent, responsible homes for the animals leaving our care. Every year, millions of animals are surrendered to animal shelters because owners allow them to breed indiscriminately or decide they no longer want the responsibility of caring for a pet. Dogs are not disposable objects. We realize that adopting a pet is a LIFETIME COMMITMENT. It is our hope that prospective owners are aware of this also. Therefore, our policies are strict for the sake of our animals.