October 20, 2012
FFF makes a difference in the lives of dogs and their families in a matter of hours - you can see it happen before your eyes and it's so rewarding to be a part of. I have been on fence builds and I also adopted a wonderful dog whose family was a FFF recipient, but ultimately chose to surrender their dog. We love our silly, wonderful boy - even after years of being tied up outside and uncared for, he's adapted amazingly to being an indoor dog who comes to work with me, goes to daycare, and interacts daily with other dogs and people. Without FFF we never would have found this wonderful boy, and he would still be tied up outside on a short chain with poor shelter. The organization is all volunteer and the passion the volunteers have is contagious. It's fun to volunteer and again, it's an incredibly rewarding experience.
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