Our Holiday Gala was an Outstanding Success - Thank You! Thank you to everyone who helped make our Happy Tails Holiday Gala and online auction an outstanding success! Over 200 dedicated supporters gathered for food, wine and fellowship at the beautiful Quail Lodge and Golf Club in Carmel Valley, with the goal of bettering the lives of the homeless animals in our community. The gala and online auction raised over $120,000 to support our lifesaving work, far exceeding our goal! Please visit the event page to see our sponsors and photos of this year’s event! Looking for a Home - Dakota Dakota is special! She was born with Cerebellar Hypoplasia (CH), a neurological disorder that affects her motor skills.
She's a bit wobbly on her feet, which causes her to sometimes stumble and fall if she loses her balance. Happily, Dakota thinks she's just the same as any other 5-month-old kitten, and she loves to chase her toys and snuggle on laps. Other than the CH, Dakota is a healthy girl and should have a normal lifespan. She's a good match for a family that can give her a safe, loving, indoor-only home. Click here to read more about Dakota and our other adoptable cats and kittens.
Sponsor a Dog or Cat! Can’t adopt, but still want to help a dog or help a cat that is awaiting a permanent home? For $50 per month, you can sponsor the animal of your choice on our web site, and know that you are helping to pay for their care and medical needs. Your sponsorship wording will be displayed beneath the animal’s photo. Click here for photos of dogs and or here for cats that are available for sponsorship, and simply click the “Sponsor Me” button to get started! Spay/Neuter Assistance Programs Available AFRP works to reduce pet overpopulation by offering spay and neuter assistance programs for low income pet guardians.
We offer low cost vouchers for cats, kittens, Chihuahuas and Chi mixes living in Monterey County. We also operate a mobile clinic that offers free cat and dog spay/neuter surgeries for qualified residents of Monterey County. These clinics are sponsored by FoCAS (Friends of Monterey County Animal Shelter). Click here to read more about our voucher program and for dates of our upcoming free spay/neuter clinics.
Make 2018 the Year to Volunteer! It’s time for a new year and a fresh start! Have you thought about how you can make a positive difference this year? Volunteers are the heart of AFRP, and we’d love to have you join our team. We have many different opportunities available and we would love to match you with a volunteer position that makes a difference in the lives of homeless animals, and is rewarding for you too! Click here to learn more.
See Also: Richmond County Animal Shelter
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