It’s with heavy hearts that we write this. Friends Fur Life Rescue will be shutting down after 12 years. We have been truly blessed by the love and support of so many wonderful volunteers, fosters, rescue partners, business partners and supporters. We can never express our gratitude for all who have helped over these last 11 years. We are proud of the work we have done and the lives that have been saved. We have several wonderful dogs and cats in foster that we will be adopting before we close. We appreciate your support until all have been adopted. We will continue to do fundraising until all dogs and cats are adopted and to support our Fospice dogs. We will of course continue to support our dogs in Fospice care and work with previous adopters on any help they may need.

We would like to request that once we are closed that you continue to support a local rescue or shelter. They need you!

Friends Fur Life Rescue is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization that is strictly made up of animal loving volunteers. Our mission is to rescue “at risk” dogs and cats that have been discarded and forgotten. We focus on the seniors, the ones with health issues and those abandoned, abused or neglected. Many animals we take in have extensive health or behavior issues and are pulled from local shelters before they are euthanized. Our only goal is to give every animal their furever home.
FFLR does not have a physical building, utilities, or paid staff; so all fundraising and donations go directly to the animals. Our team of volunteers take the dogs and cats into their homes as fosters and nurse them back to health, work on any behavior issues and prepare them for their forever home. Fostering increases the chances for a successful and smooth adoption.
We also do community outreach projects. One of our projects is to help the community with TNR to reduce the numbers of feral cats and kittens. Another project we are very proud of is our Bella’s Bounty program that allows us to assist those in need with temporary food and vet assistance to keep their fur babies in their home instead of having to relinquish them.