Furry Friends Animal Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit, all-volunteer, foster-based organization dedicated to rescuing unwanted cats and dogs in the North Texas area, and finding them permanent, loving homes through our foster and adoption program.
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What a fantastic little girl! This is Abby. Her family adopted a kitten from us a few weeks ago. She did a fundraiser where she drew pictures and sold them to help raise money for Furry Friends Animal Rescue!
Thank you so much, Abby!
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This is how it feels to foster!
We would like to thank Ooh La La Pet Spa in McKinney for grooming some of our recently rescued dogs. These were the dogs that were so matted we needed help just making them comfortable. The staff at Ooh La La are super nice and we so much appreciate them donating their service to help our rescue dogs!
Reina and her 9 puppies >Read More
April 3rd - We would like to say a HUGE thank you to Pet Paradise of Plano for their very generous donation to FFAR. We were chosen as one of the lucky beneficiaries of their Wacky Wednesday program - we are so grateful and the donation is very timely with the addition yesterday of the nine puppies! THANK YOU PET PARADISE!
Our foster dogs wear ID tags donated by Dog Tag Art.
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"HELP! I've found tiny baby bunnies. What shall I do?"
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CATS - EVERY DAY in McKinney PetSmart #1751 (SW Corner Hwy 380/N.Central Expy)
Adoption Counselors in attendance Saturday and Sunday 12 noon to 4 pm.
CATS - EVERY DAY in Frisco PetSmart #2376 (NW corner DNT/Eldorado)
Adoption Counselors in attendance Saturday 11am- 4pm and Sunday 12 - 4pm.
DOGS - Frisco PetSmart #2376 from 11am- 4pm on 1st, 3rd and 5th Saturdays.
The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated” ... Mahatma Gandhi