Lets make 2023 the year when no dogs or cats are homeless
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 are limited on the number of animals we can rescue by the number of foster homes as well as monetary funding to pay for medical expenses for our rescued animals.
We have rescued and adopted out over 4,500 cats and dogs.
We also help animals from other organizations if we have room in our foster homes.
Our McDermott address is mailing only - there are no animals at this location. If you have lost or found a stray cat or dog, please contact your local city shelter. Someone may be looking for their lost pet.
CILANTRO was rescued from a local kill shelter where he had been brought in as a stray from a surrounding city's WalMart. He is a young and very handsome cat and he is now fully vetted (was not vetted when first picked up). Cilantro had shown aggression to one of the tiny kittens in his foster home and although he will undoubtedly chill out as his testosterone levels decrease, he needs a home with no pets smaller than he is just to be safe. He is a total love to people, a bit of a talker and loves to sit in his foster mom's lap for attention.
Please note - Our cats and dogs are in foster homes in the North Dallas area until adopted
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 .
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.
If you have lost or found a stray cat or dog, please contact your local city shelter.
FFAR's McDermott address is for mailing only - there are no animals at this location.
Furry Friends Animal Rescue
Mailing Address: 2300 McDermott Road, Ste 200-258, Plano, TX 75025
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