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Looking for a Home: Faith
Cats can be quirky, no doubt about it. As cat lovers, we embrace the endearing and sometimes bizarre behavior of our feline friends – after all, who among us is perfect? We’ve seen many unusual cats since our start in 1998, but Faith, a 2-year-old black cat, might be the most eccentric of all. She came to us as a homeless mother cat with a litter of kittens to raise, and all was well. Friendly, affectionate and playful, Faith seemed like a normal cat in all respects. Then things changed. Click here to read more.

Become a Foster Volunteer
Experience the joy of fostering! We are in need of temporary homes for dogs and puppies while they await their permanent homes. You supply the love and safe space; AFRP provides food, supplies and vet care for your foster dog. Whether you like big dogs or small ones; youngsters or seniors, we can match you up with the perfect fit for your household. Click here for more information.

Donate a Silent Auction Item - Help AFRP Animals!
Our biggest fundraiser of the year is coming up on December 10, and you can help by donating a fabulous item for our silent auction. Weekend getaway packages, timeshares, golf packages, sports tickets, jewelry, art, gift certificates for restaurants, shops, hotels or spa services are just a few ideas! Call AFRP at 831-333-0722 for more information, or drop your donation off at the AFRP Adoption Center, 560 Lighthouse Ave in Pacific Grove. Read more about our Happy Tails Gala.

Make Your Pet a Star - My Mutt Program
Pelusa was adopted from AFRP in 2013, and now her image proudly hangs at the Pet Food Express in Carmel! Your dog, cat or other companion animal can be a star too! Simply donate $250 or more to AFRP, and Pet Food Express will arrange for a professional photo shoot of your pet. They’ll make a beautiful poster to display in their store, and when they take it down, you get to take it home and enjoy it forever. Best of all, your donation will help us continue to rescue animals in need. Read more about the My Mutt Program.