Fayette Friends of Animals is a non-profit volunteer organization that believes in the humane treatment and improved quality of life of all animals. We are a no-kill rescue shelter and, due to the size of our facility, we are limited in the number of animals we can house. Our hours of operation vary by the seasons. Directions and contact information can be found at the bottom of this page.
If you are interested in adopting, you will be required to fill out an adoption questionnaire and be approved before adoption can take place. This may take up to 3 business days. This is for the safety of our animals. We *generally* only adopt to homes within a two hour drive of the shelter (for the right home we may make an exception to the two hour rule, however please mapquest us before applying to be sure you can make the trip) and pets must be picked up no later than three days after approval unless arrangements are agreed upon by the shelter manager. By picking up your new pet quickly, you are giving hope to animals waiting to come into the shelter to be rescued. Delaying for your convenience only seals the doom of another pet in need.
We have a variable adoption fee and the cost of each pet is listed in their information.
Please be aware, you will be required to take your new pet to the vet within two weeks of adoption. This vet visit will cost anywhere from $50 to $250! Please anticipate this cost in adopting a new friend. They may need further worming, further vaccinations, incision care, heart worm testing, flea treatment, antibiotics, or other care. Your adoption fee covers only a small part of the veterinary expenses we have incurred for your new friend.
We are located at 223 Searights-Herbert Road, west of Uniontown off of Rt. 40.
Directions: from Uniontown going west on Rt. 40 you will come to a stop light at Searights-Herbert Crossroads. Make a left at the light and we are approximately 1 mile down on the right, just past Searights Village.