Finding loving homes for cats is what they do, while other groups can be exceedingly judgmental or employ two kitten rule. FAF worked with me after others turned me away. My cat and I are now living happy and healthy together. I am eternally grateful.
Bordeaux was an adult Manx with be hair and an attitude problem when I met her. But given the chance, she was the sweetest cat, mellow of disposition and wise beyond her years. FAR brought us together, and my life the better for it.
My cat Aya and I were meant to be together. He's not an easy kitty to interact with, as difficult a personality as I am quite frankly, even after many years of growing together in trust, affection, and understanding. FAF brought us together and I am thankful for the great work they do. Aya was already an adult, and with his emotional needs, I think he would have been "unadoptable" if he had been from a city or county shelter. Because this wonderful, caring organization exists, Aya has a home with me.
I adopted my first 2 kittens from FAF in 2005 and one additional cat since then. I am also a volunteer, helping keep our adoption location clean, assisting at adoption events and fostering kittens.
This is an exemplary organization. The Executive Director, Marianne, is selfless and committed, focusing on the best-ever outcomes for the kittens and cats.
I am grateful for the opportunity to work with other volunteers to assist FAF in meeting its goals.
They provide top notch care for all the animals they take in. I foster for them, and all kittens are vetted, flea treated and if they need any further care, I'm provided with proper instructions. They also provide all the food and supplies I need if I want them. :) It's just a great rescue to work with.
FAF are a bunch of good people. Pure and simple. They care and they try to do the best they can for the animals. Not only that, they are professional and organized. I've been fostering for them for four years and will continue to do so.
This is the best nonprofit of the rescue and rehabilitation of animals. I started volunteering taking in stray kittens both healthy and sick. I was given everything I needed to get them better and guidance on kittens that may need a little extra care becoming social. They do everything they can to get these animals adopted into purrfect forever homes!
FAF has been a huge asset to the community for years. We adopted our first cat from them 20 years ago! Maybe 6-7 years back, I started volunteering. As a former fundraiser, I love that FAF makes every penny count and always has the cats' best interest at heart. They just do it right. I'm proud to be a small part of such a dedicated group of volunteers.
Used to volunteer for this organization. Top notch veterinary care, donated food, and clean environment is provided both at the pet food store Next to Nature where some adoptable cats are living and in foster care. The adopters are well screened so that the cats are not placed in homes that are not a good fit.
Have a cat I adopted from FAF and she's a sweet girl who I cherish.