Henny, you do have what it takes, because you love bullies. My suggestion to you with your two boys is, if you decide to do it, get a female. It will be a little easier on the boys. When we fostered Cash, we had to keep him and Buddy separated in different rooms as they did not get along at all, and if they even saw each other the fight was on. It is very rewarding and you can get attached to them quick, and don't want to see them go, but it's nice to see them get a loving family also. We received Cash from an individual so all the vet bills and his knee surgery was all on us, so that got pretty expensive and we did not charge his fur-ever family anything for him, as we knew them and knew they would give him a great and loving home, and that's all we wanted. If you go through a rescue they will pick up the vet bills usually, but I would check with them. You ought to try it at least one time, then you will know for sure in your mind if you are really cut out to foster. But I think you will get hooked on it and just love it.