Animal Friends of Barbour County
Animal Friends of Barbour County was organized in July, 2002. From the first day, our volunteers have been committed to the mission that no adoptable pet should be killed simply for the lack of a safe, loving home, and each of our volunteers takes pride in knowing that, because of our efforts, and the efforts of our network of rescue groups, more than 7,000 Barbour County companion animals have found homes with families that love and cherish them. Each week we receive letters, e-mails and photos from people who tell us how grateful they are to have been able to adopt such a wonderful pet. And therein lies our reward -- our joy and satisfaction in knowing that we've helped these animals find their way to people who will give them "fur-ever' homes. The happy endings give us the strength to face each day knowing that more animals will be coming in to the shelter -- more animals that need our help.
As we look ahead to the coming year, we plan to expand our network of rescue groups, continue our program of spaying/neutering cats prior to their adoption, focus on working with state legislators regarding animal welfare issues, particularly in the area of providing low cost spay/neuter services for state residents, research new ways of obtaining the funding we so desperately need, and continue our community education programs. This year we will also see the completion of a new shelter facility where we will be able to provide the best of care for the pets that so desperately need us to be there for them.
We appreciate your visiting our website here on Petfinder, and if you'd like to learn more about who we are and what we do, please log on to our official Animal Friends of Barbour County website at:
Who We Are
Animal Friends of Barbour County is an organization of volunteers who are dedicated to saving the lives of surrendered, abused, neglected and stray companion animals in our rural West Virginia community. We are a nonprofit organization (501(3)(c) certified) that relies solely on generous donors, an ambitious fund raising agenda and grant money to finance our operation.
Adopting a friend
If you are interested in adopting one of the pets listed, email:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call (304) 823-2012.
Come Visit Us!
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter
Please visit our official website at:http://www.afobcwv.org
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