JARR is doing so many great things — thanks in large part to our amazing volunteers, and our reputation continues to grow every day for the good deeds and important work accomplished. We're in the business of saving lives and JARR wants to save even more of them. SOLUTION: MORE QUALITY FOSTER HOMES…because fostering saves lives. 

WE ARE PUTTING OUT A  FOSTER CHALLENGE/CALL TO ACTION TO YOU. Please take a look at your mobile phone directory and reach out to your friends, colleagues, and families in  the Napa/Sonoma area and ask them if they would consider fostering dogs/cats for JARR. If you're not already a JARR Foster, perhaps you would consider it as well.

We are in dire need of the following types of fosters:

  • Emergency: 24-72 hours
  • Short Term: 7-28 days
  • Standard: 1-6 months
  • Extended: 6 months+
  • Fospice (Medial Needs/Behavioral Needs): Caring for an animal during its final stages/able to administer medications, manage health care and/or physical therapy, and work on possible behavioral issues.


  • FOOD



Contact deassa@JamesonRescueRanch.org with questions.


With extreme gratitude,
Monica + David Stevens

While waiting for their forever home, might you provide a loving, temporary place for an animal to land for a few months, a week, or even just a few days? Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch will provide food, vaccinations, flea/tick medication, and pre-approved medical care for its foster animals.

As we ready JARR's 40-acre physical property for full operations, we are also excited to announce our partnership with Napa Emergency Women's Services (NEWS) and their Survivor Pet Outreach Team (SPOT PROGRAM). Through this collaboration, we can help families in crisis find foster parents and homes for their beloved pets. Our foster parents are temporary parents and care for these animals until a permanent adoption can be made. Often, family members trapped in abusive environments hesitate to leave their situation because they have nowhere to go with their pets.

“People ask how I can foster, love, and then let go of a dog like Sammi. I foster because I cannot get enough of the Love that animals like Sammi share with us, if we give them a chance. I can let go because that way even more people get to experience that love. Sammi gave me a ton of Love during our four months together and I tried my best share it back with her. Now Sammi is giving that Love to her new family — and they’re loving her back big time. That’s six people more than just me. That’s the kind of Love multiplier this world needs right now. You see, I believe that there’s immense power to heal in the unconditional Love of an animal — enough to make almost any heart open just a bit. And right now, I feel that this world could use a whole lot of that healing Love. That’s why I foster.”
— Mark Jordan, JARR Foster Dad

Our foster parents not only provide a safe and loving home for animals in need, but offer peace of mind to the family who can now get the help they need, knowing their pet is in good hands. While fostering requires time and patience, the rewards are immeasurable.