Fur & Feather Animal Assistance
Will You Help This Wonderful Organization?
June 1, 2018
Hello everybody! We hope this update finds you all doing well and looking forward to summer.
A lot has happened over the last few months. We have many new additions to the Fur and Feather family. Our new caretaker is really good with the handling of the animals. He keeps up with cleaning the property, which is a constant battle.
Sadly, he is leaving us July first so we will be looking for a new caretaker. Animal compassion and experience are musts. Fur and Feather is looking for volunteers to help out with playing with the dogs and petting cats. They can never get enough love.
Kindness And Patience
Sarah Ross is the only trainer able to work with the special needs cases of dogs; however, six months ago, Josh, caretaker, began working with Sarah learning how to handle these dogs and he is doing a lot of great work. This is the first person to come to FFAA who is great with all the dogs and shows them a lot of attention. He is willing to take time to learn about each dog and shows kindness and patience.
As for other news; It is good to report we have many other animals up for adoption and have place other pets in their forever homes this past year. Included in residency at Fur and Feather are disabled or elderly dogs and cats, non-adoptable permanent residents and highly adoptable dogs of different sizes, types, and personalities.
If you are interested in learning more about us give us a call to make an appointment to come and visit.
Ways To Help
One of the issues that comes up is that Fur and Feather is in such a rural location. We have plenty of room for people to bring their camp trailer, tents or just a sleeping bag and sleep under the stars.
We are planning work days, open house and work shops this summer. We will keep you posted. Meanwhile, there are several ways you can help now.
Our Wish List
• Dog and cat beds
• Paint Supplies
• Storage Sheds
• Any building materials
• Shade cloth
• Washer and dryer
• Company animal rescue van
• Dog grooming equipment/tubs
• Pet shampoo
• Cat food-wet and dry
• Dog food - wet and dry
• New Kennel
• Dog washing station
Camp At Fur And Feather
Fur and Feather Animal Assistance is a far piece off the beaten path, but what if we had a place you could park your travel trailer, motor home or put up your tent? If you have a self-contained camp vehicle and want to come out and stay for awhile keep in touch. We are planning a few work days this summer and would love for you to join in the fun. Give us a call or email us as at Fur and Feather Animal Assistance.
Three Of Our Fur Kids
The Unsinkable Molly Brown
Fur and Feather Animal Assistance is a no-kill shelter. At this time, we have 15 Non-Adoptable dogs. We are at our maximum capacity for Non-Adoptable dogs because we do not have the staff to care for them. We would love to take in many more, however, until we can afford permanent staff that is not possible. All of the Non-Adoptable dogs will stay forever. Molly Brown has sort of become our Mascot and she will be with us forever.
Two Of Many Looking For Forever Homes
Felix: Felix is a wonderful cat! He is loving beautiful and has a great personality. He is an inside-outside cat and loves human attention. Felix is about five years old and has many years left. He is ready for his forever home.
Bud: Of course all the pups at Fur and Feather are so darn cute, but this fella is just too hard to resist. He has been at Fur and Feather for over a month. He is ready for his new home. He is pretty smart. He came in to Fur and Feather with his brother, Blue. They are both cattle dog cross and six to nine months old. They are very trainable and they love children.
Get In Touch With Us
• Mailing Address: P.O. Box 555, Pie Town, N.M. 87827 (seven miles south of Hwy.60)
• Physical Address: 48 Ed Jones Road. (seven miles south of Hwy. 60)
• Phone: (573) 773-4674
• Email: email@example.com
• Web site: http://furandfeather.org
Note: Fur And Feather is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization.