foster care

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Noun1.foster care - supervised care for delinquent or neglected children usually in an institution or substitute home
guardianship, tutelage, care, charge - attention and management implying responsibility for safety; "he is in the care of a bodyguard"
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foster care

n cuidado de crianza, crianza de huérfanos o niños abandonados por alguien que no es padre adoptivo y que recibe remuneración del gobierno
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Despite the recent increase in the number of foster homes across Saskatchewan, the province has been experiencing steady declines over the past five years similar to most jurisdictions across North America.
com There are four female and one male puppy, and foster homes are still needed for them.
We need foster homes that can handle children with special needs, physical and emotional.
At holiday times, Hope Rescue face a shortage of spaces as demand increases for holiday boarders and there is literally 'no room at the inn' - so a plea for foster homes to give dogs a warm place by the fire is top of the Christmas list.
Currently, 450 loving foster homes are desperately needed by vulnerable children across the North-east.
There are currently around 6,470 children in care across Ireland, 93% of whom - 6,006 - are in foster homes.
Freshfields Animal Rescue, based in Ince Blundell, would be delighted to hear from Mr Moran, or indeed any of your readers who may be able to offer foster homes to our animals.
With no animal shelter of its own, the organisation is appealing for new foster homes to help support the current influx of animals, as well as 'forever' homes, for its homeless dogs and cats.
A child should grow up in a family rather than in foster homes as there is no traditional model of a complete family, according to director of the LDC public association Konstantin Litvinenko.
We are also in desperate need of foster homes for elderly cats and dogs.
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Draft state regulations, if enacted, could cripple animal rescue groups and result in the shutdown of many animal foster homes, critics charge.