Amanda Seyfried, Kristen Bell and 6 Other Famous Furry Foster Parents
AMANDA SEYFRIED & THOMAS SADOSKI
It's a full house over at the Seyfried/Sadoski abode. Along with being new parents to their first child, the pair is also looking after a basket of adorable kittens. Seyfried posted on Instagram that she and her husband are fostering the fluffy bunch, plus the cat mom, for Best Friends Animal Society. Hopefully, Finn doesn't get jealous.
The Star Trek: Next Generation captain made hearts melt all across the galaxy when he started sharing photos of his foster dog Ginger. Stewart, his wife and the ASPCA helped the former fight dog find the perfect home. The actor is now looking forward to the next time he can foster.
The Good Place star recently introduced the world to Muppet, a precious and slightly nervous pup she fostered through the Eastwood Ranch Foundation. Because of her kindness, Muppet was able to get out of the overwhelming shelter and into a home environment where her true personality could shine.
An animal lover and friend of Lisa Vanderpump, it should come as no surprise that Bass, along with being a dog dad to two adorable pups, also makes the time to foster pets.
BETH & HOWARD STERN
If you visit Beth Stern's Instagram hoping for photos of her, you will be disappointed. Her feed is filled with photos of the kittens and cats she and Howard foster 24/7. The couple is so dedicated to fostering cats, they have a room in their house just for the furry vistors. Thanks to their efforts, hundreds of felines have found forever homes.
The stunning cat man thanks fostering kitties for preparing him for fatherhood. He told PEOPLE that caring for baby kittens, who poop all the time and need feedings every three hours, helped him get ready for his first child with wife Nikki Reed.
The Oscar winner shocked animal rescue Louie's Legacy when she emailed them out of the blue asking to foster two of their dogs. Of course with Swank's long history of supporting animal welfare, the rescue found a way to get the dogs under her care.
After her son Kash was bit by a dog, Zolciak didn't wait long to get him reaquainted with pets. Several months after his recovery, the family fostered a few pooches to help Kash feel comfortable around dogs again.