Meaning of fosterer in English:

fosterer

noun

See foster

‘Some of the animals may be nervous or have behavioural problems but we work hard to ensure only suitable pets are placed with fosterers, who receive as much support from us as possible.’
  • ‘We don't pay fosterers, but we do pay for food and any vet care.’
  • ‘Under the scheme, animals are offered temporary homes with a network of specially selected fosterers in the area, or occasionally at RSPCA animal homes, until the women or families relocate from the refuge.’
  • ‘The units would offer ‘intensive’ care for children, with fosterers keeping them indoors during curfew hours and possibly using electronic tags at other times.’
  • ‘It has been cared for by RSPCA fosterers for the past few weeks.’