Thank you for your interest in working with Mission Paws’ible through collaboration!

This application is designed to help us both understand what is expected by both parties  and how we will work together:


When you submit the form below you are digitally AGREEING to the following rules and procedures. 

  • The animal you are requesting care for is 100% a rescue or has been legally surrendered. We will not support cases where animals have been ‘taken’ from their homes with out the consent of the owner. If you did take the animal from an owner you need written proof the owner agreed – either a surrender form or proof in messages on whats app / SMS / email / social media etc.
  • Requests for owned pets will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
• Setting up a Charity Fundraiser via Facebook and selecting Mission Paws’ible Charity Pty Ltd. We are a registered Australian Charity with Tax Deductibility. This ensures clear transparency of funds for the donors and you, and will be paid forward to your rescue bills. Tell the story of your rescued animal, include photos and encourage your friends and family to donate. Click here to learn how! This is imperative to help us pay the medical bills!
• Organise professional photographs of your animal for promotion.
Promote your rescued animal(s) for foster / adoption. 
You are required to re-home your rescued pet. Mission Paws’ible will help when they can to promote on our social media streams, however, you must also promote your animal via social media groups and other sources (be creative). Click here for some tips and guidelines! 
All adoptions must be finalised through our online application form filled in by prospective adopter. Our team will over see this is the right home for your rescue and discuss this with you. You MUST background check / house check all applicants.
Your rescue MUST be fully vaccinated and sterilised at time of adoption if possible. If it is not possible due to age or another reason, you will be required to follow up with the adopter.
Attend Mission Paws’ible adoption days to promote your animal. This is based on approval from Mission Paws’ible Team – we don’t accept unvaccinated dogs, or dogs that are still healing from skin conditions or wounds.
Share Mission Paws’ible and our mission to your friends and family

If we have a foster home placement available it will be filled with the animal most needing the care. We can not promise you the placement, therefor, you are required to look for a foster home so that we can expand the network.

  • Once the animal is fully vaccinated you are required to move them to boarding and free up the foster position.
  • The foster carer you are connected to is a Mission Paws’ible foster carer and is helping you with this one case.
  • You are not to swap animals with the foster carer with out prior agreement with Mission Paw’sible. For example: the animal you have in foster care gets adopted and you want to move another animal in. This is NOT allowed with out prior consent from Mission Paws’ible.
  • The period of fostering time is based on:
    A) The time the foster carer can commit
    B) Until the animal is healthy and ready to be adopted
    C) Mission Paws’ible has a new rescue and needs the placement
  • If the animal is healthy (including healthy puppies still going through vaccination) then you, the rescuer, are required to post the animal for adoption. We will be monitoring this. If we see no effort to re-home the animal you will be removed from the network
  • All communication about the animal must come through our Foster Co-Ordinator so we can oversee the progress of your animal
  • You are responsible to re-home the animal or move the animal when the foster care period of time is up
  • You will credit Mission Paws’ible on any social media posts you make acknowledging our support. We, in turn, will share the stories when we can which will increase the visibility of your animal for adoption
Pay part or all of the medical costs based on pre-existing condition at time of rescue this includes complete vaccination, sterilisation (mandatory) and boarding time in the clinic. During this period the rescuer is required to find a foster home or adopter so the animal has a place to move to when the vet says they are ready to be discharged. All boarding past the date of recommended discharge will be charged to the rescuer.
• Pay part or all of the boarding costs (limited to 1 month only) for animals that have come through our rescue protocol as per above. All boarding past the 1 month of check in will be charged direct to the rescuer.
NOTE: We will not pay boarding for animals who are waiting in kennels to be adopted that were rescued by people who did not ask for help at time of rescue. Our main focus is on animals alone on the street that need imminent rescue.

Please fill in the form below, press submit and we will get back to you as soon as possible!


Our network has been built over many years and we must continue to strive for the best for the animals and the humans helping. We hope you can understand why we need to set out these ground rules. As we, too, rescue daily.

If we work together, show respect and understand the urgency to move animals along then we can all help more animals in need.

Please also help to expand the network by asking people to help to foster. They can apply online here: FOSTER A PET