Furry Friends Network is not a shelter, but instead uses a foster home network to house the animals until permanent, indoor homes can be found, offering second chances at lifetimes of love and happiness.
Foster homes are desperately needed! Furry Friends Network helps as many homeless and unwanted animals as finances and available foster homes enable. Find out more about becoming a foster parent!
View Furry Friends Network's cats and dogs available for adoption on Furry Friends Network's Petfinder Home Page.Please read Our Expectations prior to submitting an adoption application.
Dog Adoption Application
Cat Adoption Application
Meet some of our adoptable cats and kittens at the Carlisle PetSmart Adoption Center Location Information
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Stray and abandoned cats and dogs come in all ages, shapes and sizes, but all share a single common trait, the need for their very own human guardian. They are large and small, old and young and every size and age in between. These animals come from unknown and sometimes tragic origins, as well as some heartbreaking situations where a former guardian can no longer care for them or they are simply not wanted. We have been fortunate to have many compassionate and generous supporters that have made our efforts possible! Please support Furry Friends Network and Race for Their Lives 2015 to help us continue our life saving mission!
JD, Twiggy and Brady are but a few of the faces Furry Friends Network has helped. Without the financial support needed for basic medical care, training and supplies, FFN would not have been able to help animals like them.
JD, a young Rottweiler, came into FFN's foster care program a mere day prior to scheduled euthanasia at a local shelter where there weren't enough resources to help him conquer his fears. As a result of positive training and therapy, this big boy now lives happily with his adoptive family. Twiggy was found on the streets caring for her four kittens during the harsh winter weather. FFN brought the family into foster care and all have found their special humans. Brady was surrendered to a shelter because he was too old and simply no longer wanted. It was clear from the scarring on his legs, a torn ear from a previous injury and his head tilt that he'd endured some difficult times during his nine years. However when looking into his eyes, there was no question that he wanted nothing more than to be a valued member of a human family. Brady is now very much treasured by his family with many more years of unconditional love to share.
Your help is desperately needed and will make a significant difference in the lives of homeless and unwanted animals. Together we can make a difference!
Thank you to all who participated in the Furry Friends survey that was circulated in June...