A Forever Home Animal Rescue, Inc.
an end to homeless and abused animals!
mission & vision
No need is too small and no voice is too quiet to be heard. We will devote the time and energy necessary to save a life.
We always need volunteers to make a difference in the lives of thousands. Contact us for more information. email@example.com
Come meet your new forever pet! A Forever Home Animal Rescue holds adoption events every month at different locations in Central Florida. Below is a list of upcoming events:
PetSmart - 10401 U.S. 441 Leesburg, FL 34788 (Lake Square Mall):
Every other Saturday: from 2pm - 5pm
Petco - 7649 West Colonial Road, Orlando, FL once a month on Sunday, 1:30pm-4pm
Tampa Bay Pet Expo - March 8 10:00am - 6:00pm - Florida State Fairgrounds. Free admission. Bring your pet!
Pub Crawl, Orlando - mid April 2014: Details to follow.
Greg Jones/Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted Wednesday, June 26, 2013 9:00 am
Hardman is Vice President of A Forever Home Animal Rescue, a nonprofit organization that rescues homeless, injured and sick dogs. Officially opened in July in conjunction with Country Manor Boarding, a nonprofit boarding kennel and adoption center in Yalaha. Revenue from the operation helps pay for the rescue operation. "When the public boards with us, they know the money is going to something good", Hardman said. "It is not going into my pocket, more is coming out of my pocket. I just want to help save dogs."
Volunteer Matt Mondragon works at the facility over 30 hours a week, cleaning and sanitizing. Tasha Romero, another volunteer, calls her work a passion and enjoys being there up to 13 hours a day. "I bring my two dogs here too", says Romero.
Hardman says she wants to have a "first-class boarding facility and do the right thing when a stray faces euthanization. The number changes all the time, but about 11,000 dogs and cats nationally get euthanized every day. A little rescue like ours can make a big difference. You have to start somewhere...."
Pookies Bow Wow Boutique held their annual rescue-fest at Lake Lily in Maitland, FL. Last year this event featured over 50 rescue groups and many vendors selling food and drinks, and nearly 6,500 people joined in the festivities. Also, 87 dogs and cats found their forever homes in just one day. Stay tuned for this year's statistics! One of our very lucky dogs, Ace, found his forever home and we will provide an update on his adoption shortly.
We are always in need of donations. 100% of all donations received is used to save animals' lives and is tax deductible.
We have a new adoption event location at the Petco in Orlando. We will be there once a month on a Sunday from 1:30-4pm. Come meet some of our dogs for adoption. See you there!
PLEASE HELP US HELP MORE ANIMALS LIKE ALASKA AND FROGGER WITH YOUR DONATION. SEE THE DONATION BUTTON ABOVE. THANK YOU!
Frogger, blind since birth. Adopted November 17, 2013
Alaska, blind since birth. Adopted November 16, 2013
Linda Rock, Senior Volunteer, gave a presentation to 8th graders at Odyssey Middle School in Orlando to educate children on the pet homeless crises and the efforts of A Forever Home Animal Rescue. The children were very interested and several kids signed up to volunteer at our adoption center.
We have a volunteer training program for anyone who would like to help out. Earn volunteer hours for college! Contact Lori at email@example.com for more information on volunteering.
We will be relocating the adoption center within the next few months and are planning an event to help raise the funds needed to temporarily home our rescued pets. There will be live music, a silent auction, food, beverages and much more! Tickets will be available for purchase soon. Stay tuned for upcoming details.
Puppy Mills are a big problem in our country. The ASPCA and other large organizations are working to shut them down to stop the endless suffering of breeding dogs. The puppies in pet shops and on the internet come from puppy mills. The parents of the puppy you purchase are suffering terrible lives and buying a puppy promotes this horrific industry. Please do not buy while millions suffer and die.
To the left is Linda, oops I mean Dorothy and Toto, with Tasha at the Leesburg Madi Gras event on Feb. 22. Beads fly as the streets of downtown Leesburg come alive with the celebration that made N'awlins" famous. All day activities, parades, vendors, foods, and more. Kid's Parade, Pet Parade, and the evening float Parade. What AFHAR won't do for the dogs!