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Feline Rescue And Rehome Inc

Rating: 3.5 stars   2 reviews 496


P.O. Box 250567 Little Rock AR 72225 USA


FuRR will actively promote and practice trap, alter and release, removing adoptable cats and kittens from feral/stray colonies to be re-homed. To work with other animal lovers and animal welfare groups to provide humane education and assistance to the public, encouraging them to spay and neuter their pets. To provide loving care, medical attention, socialization, and ultimately place all adoptable cats in loving homes.


Low-cost sterilization program for foster cats, ferals, homeless cats and low-income pet owners

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Rating: 5 stars  

A wonderful group of caring people who volunteer their time and money to help the cats of Central Arkansas. They provide low-cost and free clinics for community kitties and maintain several colonies. Great advocates for our forgotten felines!

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Rating: 2 stars  

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I like cats, so thought it would be useful to help this rescue and maybe make some friends too. I offered to volunteer and was given papers to complete, so they could have me on file. Then nothing. Months went by with no call, no contact of any kind, until their yard sale. What a joke. Mostly junk scattered around a church parking lot for sale. No organization, no schedule of workers, no customer service, just piles of shoes, dishes, clothes, VCR tapes, books, no shelter from rain or other bad weather, and no prices on anything. I offered to foster a cat, but again, did not get any communications. Guess they don't need any help after all.

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yard sale fund raiser, monthly clinic

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

this group of all elder women should invest in getting organized to better help the public. Most calls go unanswered and unacknowledged. The yard sale is a total disaster, with nothing but junk scattered in a parking lot! It's a wonder this group has survived at all.

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I know a couple friends who offered to volunteer. They weren't ever contacted or followed up with. Contact with volunteers is mostly nil. No idea what it takes to get into "the loop", they operate as if it's a secret society of cat ladies! Aren't 501(c)3 non-profits supposed to have everything public? Including board meetings, board minutes and all financials, as well as being organized to have volunteers and encourage them to help?

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I not only wanted to volunteer to help felines, but for social reasons too. Both were a miserable failure because nobody in this organization encouraged, informed, trained or called with information, dates, times or instructions about events, other than the yard sale. They are so needy for help, yet fail miserably with volunteers.

How did this volunteer experience make you feel?

Disgusted, sad, useless, time wasted, confused, non-professional.

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