Run by the strict and proper bunny Mr. Herriman, the house is full of imaginary creatures of every shape and size. Madame Foster runs the home with the help of her imaginary friend, Mr. Herriman, and her 22-year-old granddaughter, Frankie. The house was founded by the kindly Madame Foster to give unwanted imaginary friends a place to stay until they could be adopted by new kids. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is an American animated television series created by Craig McCracken for Cartoon Network Studios.The series centers on a boy named Mac, who is pressured by his mother to abandon his imaginary friend Bloo, who moves into an orphanage for imaginary friends, and is kept from adoption so that Mac can visit him daily. Powers Imaginary friends, though normally quite harmless, can be imagined as being powerful beings, the most well known example being World, an imaginary friend with what appeared to be unlimited powers in his toybox. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends games let you play along with all your favorite Foster's friends.

Created by Madame Foster, this “Home” shelters imaginary friends who have been abandoned by their creators, and they can be adopted by new kids. Play the free Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends game, A Friend in Need and other Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends games at Cartoon Network. Enter Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. The home is run by the elderly Madame Foster, its lovable, kind founder; her rabbit imaginary friend Mr. Herriman, the strict rule-abider and business manager; and her granddaughter Frankie, who handles day-to-day operations. Set In a World... where imaginary friends are living, tangible beings who can be seen and heard by everyone including their creator, Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends follows Mac, a shy and creative 8 year old boy, who is forced by his mother to give up his imaginary friend Bloo, a walking, talking protection blanket. While Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends does serve as a care facility, no other facility has been shown so far.