All Fur Love Animal Society is one of the best animal charities that I've ever dealt with. The volunteers are such caring and compassionate animal lovers and make great sacrifices to foster and find forever homes for homeless cats and kittens in Las Vegas. A few years ago I found a stray pregnant cat. I didn't know what to do. I called Heaven Can Wait, ASPCA, and several other organizations, all whim told me they would help me abort the kittens and return the mom to the streets. Darci at All Fur Love Animal Society came to the rescue. She placed the momma with one of her fosters and within a few months, placed all 6 kittens and the momma cat with forever homes. I will always support Darci and her volunteers and hope to continue to spread the word of what a great organization AFLAS is.
I adopted a sweet little "fur baby" I named Bella (from AFLAS) & brought her home as MY / HER 4th of July present last year! I have adopted from a Cat Foundation before, along time ago for my previous cat. And there is just NO comparing to the difference in the quality of care that my kitty obviously got while I was waiting for her to come home (for one). And in bringing her home & being alone with her for the first time, it was obvious she had been well attended to, down to her diet even. She hasn't even had fleas, and this is the Desert. And the whole process Darcy & her team takes for the cats and for the new owners is just so wonderful & inspiring!! We appreciate seeing all the Foundations out there doing the right thing & saving lives, but AFL is down right the best! They also have the cutest & sweetest kitties and seem to have blessed so many families with their work. And I'll tell ya, my Bella is a rescue (blessing) kitty alright - she rescued me & has been a tender, loving new companion for my other adopted older cat. I recommend AFL.
My husband and I adopted Oliver from All Fur Love, a few years ago. We were looking for a companion for our other kitty Riley and Oliver seemed like the perfect fit for our family. From start to finish the whole adoption process was smooth, everyone involved with All Fur Love genuinely cares about placing their cats in the right home as well as finding the right cats for their clients. I've adopted from other rescue groups and you don't always see this, so it made me feel like we made the right choice in adopting from them. Oliver has been an amazing addition to our family and he makes us smile everyday. In the future if we decide to adopt another cat we will definitely be adopting from All Fur Love again !
I have worked with All Fur Love Animal Society since becoming a manager at a mobile home park 7 years ago. They are great to work with - always concerned about the animals' welfare. I have personally adopted a wonderful adult cat from them. When I told them the type of cat personality I was looking for, they found the perfect cat for us. I was amazed that they knew that much about each cat up for adoption. Even though we work with another agency to Trap Neuter and Release cats in the mobile home park, we still get the occasional couple of kittens that need to go out for adoption. Just one call and All Fur Love makes arrangements for a foster home and takes over all the care of the kittens. Sometimes the kittens are fostered at a non profit where special needs adults work during the day. It's a great experience for them, too.
All Fur is "all" ways there for us! We've adopted feline family members from All Fur and Darci is a perpetual source of support and love. Highly recommended. They deserve Angel's Wings!
I have been a foster/volunteer with AFL for 2 years now. After having bad experiences fostering for local groups, I checked out AFL for a few months, on line, before contacting Darci and Mark. Everything this group does is above and beyond for the cats/kittens. My husband and I foster kittens from birth to 3 months, sometimes with the mom sometimes without. Knowing that homes are checked, dog greets are done, kittens are microchipped, spayed and neutered with up to date shots before they are adopted makes it all worth while and much easier to "give up" our fosters - knowing they are going to the best possible homes with loving families. There is nothing Darci and Mark would not do to ensure the safety, health and happiness of any cat/kitten that crosses their path. It is truly a pleasure to foster for such a wonderful and dedicated group as All Fur Love!
I volunteered with All Fur Love Animal Society by making a few home checks and helping in their office. Mark, Darci, and everyone else who has had a part in their rescue organization have been great and are continuing to save lives. That is what matters! And I fully support anything they do.
We adopted 2, soon 3, cats from AFLAS. Besides the fact that they have the most wonderful adoptable kitties, they are, by far, the most dedicated rescue organization I've ever known. They are very carefully screening the applicants for adoptions, hold fantastic fundraising events (the annual Kitten Pageant and the social Cat-Tails are great fun!), their calendar is just a must-have (the quality of the pictures is incredible!), and they really, really care about the animals. They are creating more responsible pet owners in this town. The cats we adopted from AFLAS were spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, healthy (with a coverage for health for 30 days) and, mort importantly, happy! Since the cats are in foster families, volunteers know the cats well, and they will tell a lot about them and help you find your perfect match. AFLAS is a wonderful organization!
I know the founder and volunteers in All Fur Love and the care, commitment and love they give to all the animals they are trying to save. They will use whatever support they get in the best interests of the animals in their care.
This small local all volunteer non-profit animal rescue has great HEART! All rescued animals are provided loving volunteer homes until they can be adopted. And no animal is put up for adoption until it has been thoroughly checked by a certified veterinarian; received all necessary vaccinations; been spayed or neutered; micro-chipped; rabbies vaccination; deworming and more. I am proud to be one of the few very dedicated volunteers of this humanitarian organization. In addition, this small sincere group must do continually fundraising to continue rescuing another homeless animal.
My brother was running a construction site here in Las Vegas. A cat ran through the job and was killed by the equipment. He called me to tell me he found the kittens the cat was nursing and asked me for help. I sent out a plea to a list of hundreds of animal lovers, volunteers, rescues and others here in town and Darci from All Fur Love responded immediately. She said she had a nursing cat and to bring the kittens to her immediately. I ran them to Darci and was able to go inside her rescue. What I saw was a spotless clean rescue, free of any odor and perfectly groomed property with happy,purring and playing cats. I went where the mama cat was and saw how the kittens would be care for. Darci told me not to worry, but I did not have to. I saw the perfect scenario and the perfect set up and I knew everything would be fine. As the hours passed, Darci kept me informed as that time was crucial to make sure the milking cat did not reject these babies. As the weeks went by, Darci kept me informed with photos and updates.
I have also worked as volunteers at the NSPCA Family, Fur and Fun Festival with Darci and her other partners at All Fur Love, which are her husband Mark and Mother Diane. Darci and her family worked tirelessly to help put on the event from start to finish and contributed many things including proving the generators for the entire event 4 years in a row. They also were instrumental in the success of the NSPCA Motorcycle Run. I can not say enough about Darci, Mark, Diane, All Fur Love and all they have contributed to Clark County. Thank you for all you do! Susan Russell
Darci and Mark and all the society members and volunteers are so dedicated to fostering and finding homes for abandoned and homeless animals. I am happy to receive the All Fur Love Society's newsletters via e-mail and know that these great people are out in our community at adoption events and organizing wonderful opportunities to raise awareness of the need for forever homes and spay and neutering programs
All Fur Love is a great organization. They give their all to help cats find loving homes. And they truly LOVE each and every cat they rescue! They are active in weekly adoption events and have a great ability to get animals adopted. Plus, All Fur Love tries to educate people they meet about the benefits of spaying/neutering pets. All Fur Love does so much with the limited funds they have, and I often wonder about how much more they could do if they could expand their financial capacity to reach more people. If you are looking to donate to a 501.3c animal rescue in Vegas, and you want to make sure your donation will make a HUGE difference, All Fur Love Animal Society is the rescue for you!
I found myself thinking about an addition to the family, to keep the construction site rescue kitten entertained. My 12 year old female tabby wasn’t the slightest bit interested in the antics or energy of a young kitten. So the search for a new family member began.
I meet the All Fur Love folks at a local cat show, explained my situation and got some online contact information. After giving an addition to the family one more final thought, filling out & submitting an application and a little more discussion of my needs it was decided to look at males a few years old.
Then I was informed I’d be contacted for a ‘home inspection’! I was terrified! What if my house was too small for three cats? What if for some reason, one that loves her cats so much could be denied a new ‘baby’! It was quite a relief when the inspector explained it was for health and safety reasons and that I had passed.
Soon after I was introduced to ‘Tony the Tiger’ aka ‘The Gentle Giant’. He was perfect. A big 3 year old male tabby that was laid back enough to put up with the ‘baby’s’ endless energy, yet still playful enough to keep up with her most of the time.
I was assured if bringing a third cat into the home didn’t work out with the crabby 12 year old, they could take Tony back into foster or if anything ever happened and I could no longer care for him they would find him a new purrfect furrever home.
I don’t think anyone really knows Tony’s story. A women had been feeding him in her back yard for a year until her husband said it was time to contact the County Animal Control to pick him up. Thank goodness she contact All Fur Love instead. He’s a good boy, my thought is he was probably abandoned in a foreclosure near by.
Tony came to us clean, handsome, altered, micro chipped and healthy on May 2, 2011. He even smelled good! Other than some initial resistance from the 12 year old female, Tony has fit into the family perfectly. I can’t imagine our home without him and will be furrever thankful to All Fur Love for bringing us all together.