Thank you to everyone who donated to FFAR on North Texas Giving Day
North Texas Giving Day
Furry Friends had the most successful Giving Day in our history and it's all because of you!
We raised just a few dollars short of $13,000 which is beyond amazing and wonderful and leaves us all speechless with gratitude. Thank you for all that you do to help us help them. We definitely couldn't do it without you!
We are an all-volunteer, foster-based group founded in 2013.
FFAR is dedicated to rescuing unwanted cats and dogs in the North Texas area, primarily from Collin County Animal Shelter, and finding them permanent, loving homes through our foster and adoption program. We have rescued and adopted out over 3,500 cats and dogs.
We also help animals from other organizations if we have room in our foster homes
Her foster mom says ... This is Willa. The shelter had vetted her and she'd gotten sick which is super common. She had come as a single stray and had been thrown in together with another single stray her own age. Both got the same stuff and Truffles sneezed a few times and that was that (she was adopted quite a while ago).
Willa, on the other hand, became severely ill. She lost half her weight and was teeny to begin with. She was literally a skeleton and stopped eating. For two weeks I force fed her and did fluids, but she had severe diarrhea Miraculously as that was clearing up and she began eating on her own, the virus moved to her eyes. Simultaneously she caught ringworm and went almost entirely bald. I could pull her hair out in giant clumps and her entire body glowed. On two occasions, when I went to bed, she was in the death pose and I thought she'd be gone when I woke up, but she made it each time. Her eyes got gradually worse and finally we had to remove one of them. She has minimal vision in her remaining eye but she is now playing and eating and follows us all over the house, only occasionally running into a wall. She is a super sweet kitten with a super loud purr motor. No clue why this virus hit her so hard and no one else, but that happens."
Thanks to your donations we are able to pay for the extra medical care required to help these cats and dogs.
The PetSmart cat rooms are currently locked with no public access, but you can see through the windows, and we are doing adoptions by appointment .
CATS - If you see a cat you are interested in adopting, in the cat rooms or online, please submit a Cat Adoption Application and when this is received we will contact you to arrange a meeting.
Our McDermott address is mailing only - there are no animals at this location.
If you have found a stray cat or dog, please contact your local city shelter. Someone may be looking for their lost pet.
Furry Friends Animal Rescue
Mailing Address: 2300 McDermott Road, Ste 200-258, Plano, TX 75025
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