I had the honor of giving two tours at the new ARF facility yesterday. I didn't call ahead, didn't give any warning. Just showed up with friends. I do volunteer there one day a week and am very proud of the new facility. Yesterday, these two families were very impressed and pleased with all they saw. ARF has grown in many ways. Adoption rates have doubled, volunteers are there daily, attitudes are good all the way around. This is a tough business. The stories are sad, the funds are low, the moral however is high at ARF. All are welcome to visit, volunteer and adopt. You will be greeted by people who genuinely want to be there and expect no personal gain or recognition. Just good folks wanting to do good for the animals. Glad to be a part of this organization.
I am the founder and director of this organization. The org is responsible for rescue, rehabilitation and adoption of multitudes of animals from the southeastern united states. We take in the animals that others reject and look away from whilst traveling down the road of life. We give a chance to those others would ignore. We take on their cause and give them a voice. Currently, we are re-writing our business plan and relocating to a location to provide our residents a more accessible option for the public to come and consider them in their lives. WE are a positive opportunity for homeless animals within our community.