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There are so many ways to help the animals and the rescue!  Here are a few:

Monetary Donations

Donations are our main source of funding and we appreciate all donations, no matter how big or small! All donations are tax-deductible and can be made via PayPal or by mailing a check:

Friends Fur Life Rescue
P.O. Box 1024
Berkeley Springs, WV 25411

Volunteer

Even if you do not have extra money to donate to vet bills, you can donate your time for free.  There are always things that need to be done at the rescue, from processing applications, answering questions, to working fundraising events.  Complete this form to apply to become a Volunteer, if you have additional questions please contact volunteers@friendsfurliferescue.com.

Foster

There There seeems to be a never ending supply of animals that need a place to crash while they are learning new skills or recovering from an illness.  Since we have no physical building, we are always looking for a steady supply of fosters!  Fostering allows us to learn more about the animals in order to better place them, as well as get them accustomed to living in a home.  Fosters are able to get the unconditional love and companionship without the financial commitment.  People always ask, how can you let them go after you foster!  The answer is, with FFLR you know they are going to the best home possible as you can be part of helping to pick that family.  You have the security of knowing that animal is in a loving home because you helped pick it.FFLR pays for all vetting, food, and other essentials while the fosters provide a safe, comfortable place, along with love and guidance.  If you would like to foster, please complete our Foster Application. For additional questions, please email foster@friendsfurliferescue.com.

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Blaze was found as a baby in an alley in Martinsburg.  He was taken to Valley Emergency Vet in Winchester where he had a temperature, upper respiratory infection, possibly blind, and covered in fleas.  We were shocked and amazed when he made it through the first night.  Blaze was taken in by some wonderful fosters who bottle fed and gave medicine every two hours, once he was older he became a foster fail and now takes care of other sick kittens who need help!

Because they all deserve a furever home!

PO Box 1024, Berkeley Springs, WV 25411

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