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Become a Foster Volunteer!
There’s no place like home! You can help homeless animals that need a temporary place to stay by becoming a foster volunteer. We are looking for people willing to care for adults or seniors, mothers with litters, and orphaned kittens and puppies. AFRP will supply training, supplies, vet care and ongoing support while you are fostering. The more foster homes we have, the more lives we can save. Won’t you help? Read more about fostering.

Looking for a Home: Chiquita
Go bananas for Chiquita! Once this sweet girl snuggles in your arms, you’ll never want to let her go! Chiquita is a 2-year-old, 8-pound Chihuahua mix with a delightful personality and happy wags and wiggles for everyone she meets. Chihuahuas continue to be the most prevalent breed at our local shelters, and are the dogs most in danger of being put down due to overcrowding. For this reason AFRP offers a low $150 adoption fee for Chihuahua mixes like Chiquita. Interested in meeting this wonderful little companion? Click here for an online application.

Donate Your Car and Help AFRP Animals
Have a vehicle you no longer need, but don’t want the hassle of selling it yourself? Why not donate that car, boat or RV to AFRP and enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you’re helping homeless animals. We accept most vehicles, running or not, and our processing agent makes donating quick and convenient for you. Why wait - make your tax deductible donation today! Click here for more information.

Watch for the AFRP Treasure Shop Grand Re-Opening!
New and exciting changes are happening at the AFRP Thrift Shop! We are temporarily closed while we are remodeling and reorganizing our space at 160 Fountain Ave in Pacific Grove. We hope you pardon our dust while we work to make your shopping experience even more amazing. This transformation will allow us to raise even more funds to help homeless animals in need. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your support!

Tank's Happy Tail
He did it! After one year in our care, Tank has been adopted and he could not be happier! It truly took a village to help this goofy 2-year-old pit bull find his forever home. He benefitted from a thousand acts of kindness from foster volunteers, dog walkers, youth trainers, transporters, vet clinic staff, boarding staff and countless other animal lovers. A few weeks ago Tank drove to his new home in Washington with his adopter, Jeff, and we wish them a lifetime of love and fun adventures! Read more Happy Tails.