Furever Friends Rescue was started to provide pet owners with an answer to one question:
What happens to my animals if something happens to me?
Visitors can find adoptable cats and dogs at our two
adoption centers, open daily. Pet owners who need to
give up their pets for reasons related to our mission (death, illness, moving to assisted
living or hospice) as well as owners who need to surrender pets for other reasons will find
instructions on our surrender page.
News & Updates
FFR TV Spot: Dr's Office, Extended Cut
Check our our new commercial! Dean, our amazing videographer and producer, worked with a
group of volunteers, friends of the rescue, and previously adopted animals to put together
a TV spot for the rescue. A slightly shorter version spot is running during prime time this
month on Bravo. Dean, you did a fantastic job!
Kitten Accused of War-Mongering
GILBERT, Arizona – A local rescue's director has accused medium-haired kitten Super of
war-mongering in the cat room and adoption center office.
"A great cat romp has arrived at our doorstep, the likes of which the rescue has not seen
since the peak of kitten season earlier this year," noted the director in her weekly email
On Monday, the rescue's adoption counselors unveiled a new readiness action plan, including
proposals for a force of several crinkle balls and toy mice to be deployed to help the
older cats defend themselves against shenanigans.
"Super may seem like a cuddly baby," reported one volunteer, "but if she wants, she can
take the top shelf in the tallest cat tree in just a few minutes."
Milestone Adoption: 700 Animals
700 adoptions!! At the end of August we passed that amazing milestone for total animals
placed since our first adoption, a cat named Gino who went to his forever home in March
2012. You can step through the history of our adoptions on the Success Stories page.