FRIENDS FOR LIFE ANIMAL SANCTUARY
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 175
143 W Vaughn Ave Gilbert AZ 85233 USA
We believe overpopulation is the root cause of most forms of animal suffering, including neglect, abuse, homelessness, and the most visible form - euthanasia. We believe in the most proactive approach to overpopulation - spay and neuter. Preventing the unwanted lives will most effectively end the symptoms associated with overpopulation. Friends for Life maintains several spay and neuter programs. With the current overpopulation crisis, preventing unwanted births is not enough. Friends for Life also maintains a shelter and an active adoption program for the unwanted animals already born. In addition, we maintain two community programs designed to help low-income families keep their animal companions through times of crisis. We also maintain programs designed to educate the public on how to properly care for cats and dogs and the importance of spay and neuter.
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I got my second dog from Friends for Life in April 2008. He was a bit of a handful at first but with some guidance from the people at Friends for Life they helped me get through a bit of a rough puppyhood with him. He is my other dog's best friend, and there isn't another dog that would have been more perfect. Thank you to Friends for Life for matching me up with such a wonderful furry friend, and for caring about me and my dogs AFTER the adoption! I was very impressed with the organization as a whole - for a "little" rescue group in my hometown, they were very professional and caring!
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the way they interacted with me and the other families that were there at the time - very caring group of individuals.
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Give them more money so they can fix up their facility - seems they spend all their money on their dogs and cats (a good thing!)
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