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!
Meet some of our adoptable cats and kittens at the Carlisle PetSmart Adoption Center Location Information
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Furry Friends Network's November 2013 Newsletter Here
Thinking about obtaining a pet for a gift? Think again. Giving a pet as a gift is rarely a good idea, and it’s often a terrible one. No matter how much you think your loved one would enjoy receiving a pet as a surprise gift, you should never presume to make this decision for another person. Pets should never be an impulse purchase; it is a decision that cannot be taken lightly. Individuals and families thinking of adopting a pet should research, prepare and then, when the time is right, seek a pet who realistically complements their lifestyle, schedule and energy level. Adopting a pet is a huge emotional, financial, and time commitment, and any person taking on this responsibility must be fully prepared. It's a decision that everyone in the household should make together, when they decide they are truly ready for a new lifetime companion and family member. Pets are not inanimate objects that can be returned because they are the wrong size or color; they are living creatures that have feelings and should be members of the family. Read Bad Wrap
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Don't miss your chance to meet Furry Friends Network's Adorable Adoptables, Sunday, December 8, 2013 at the Carlisle PetSmart!