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|Welcome to Furever Friends Rescue!
Furever Friends Rescue was started to answer one very simple question:
What will happen to my animals if something happens to me?The updates below are just a few of our recent milestones. Explore our site to see how you can help us support our community. Follow us on FaceBook and Twitter for more frequent updates.
News & Updates
Spring Fling Adopt-a-Thon
Join us for the Phoenix Animal Care Coalition (PACC911) Spring Fling Adopt-a-thon!
Date: Saturday, March 8, 2014
Location: Franciscan Renewal Center
5802 E Lincoln Drive, Scottsdale AZ
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New Office Cat Terrible at Alphabetizing
GILBERT, Arizona – Shorthaired tabby Bertha is eager in her new office duties but cannot successfully sort adoption records by name or date.
"I begged to move from a casita to the office and promised to do a good job on filing and typing," explained the four year-old, "but the staff seems frustrated by how I organize the adoption files."
Citing experience in a well-ordered household previous to her owners' passing, Bertha seemed qualified for an internship while she awaits adoption. She may have over-estimated her clerical skills, however.
"This cat claimed to have basic office skills, but she can barely get the pens back in the drawer," grumbled the rescue's business manager. "I wouldn't be surprised if her claim about double-entry bookkeeping was also exaggerated."
Bertha intends to keep trying and learning, but she knows her days as office intern are numbered. "As soon as they figure out that I ate all the treats in the canister on the shelf, I'll be sent back to the cat room."
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who found their FUREVER homes!
Volunteer of the Month: Kristen
I enjoy volunteering at Furever Friends Rescue, helping to take care of the animals. I make sure they have fresh food and water, a clean kennel and lots of love while they are waiting for a family to adopt them. I spend time playing with the animals and it’s a lot of fun!
I like working with the other volunteers, giving them a hand with all the animals. We make a great team. Volunteering and helping take care of the animals just makes me feel good.