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JUST $10.00 A MONTH . . .
Yes, just $10.00 each month, from folks like you,
can help us by reducing the amount of time
we have to spend on fund raising activities!
With our limited number of volunteers, the increasing burden of hands-on time needed to care for the animals, fund raising, while a necessary function, is tremendously time consuming.
We're looking for 500 Fabulous Friends
who will help us with $10.00 a month for 12 months donation.
Donations by check sent: PO Box 452, Philippi WV 26416, or
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YOUR SUPPORT FOR OUR 'FABULOUS 500' FUND RAISER WILL BE APPRECIATED MORE THAN YOU KNOW!
(All donations are tax deductible)
YOUR DONATION TODAY WILL HELP US CONTINUE
TO CARE FOR THE PETS TOMORROW!
Shelter Physical Location
320 Valley Bend Road
Belington WV 26250
Phone Number: 304-823-2012
PO Box 452
Philippi WV 26416
about shelter hours
ADOPTION DAYS . . .
Although the schedule varies occasionally, we will be visiting the Uniontown, PA PetSmart store every Saturday from 10:00 am - 8:00 pm with cats and kittens.
GET READY TO COME MEET YOUR NEW FELINE BEST FRIEND!
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ATTENTION BARBOUR COUNTY
Animal Friends works with two vets, Audubon Animal Clinic in Philippi, and Appalachian Animal Hospital in Elkins, who honor our discount vouchers to assist with the cost of spaying and neutering cats or dogs
For more information or to obtain a voucher, call
Diane and leave a message---304-614-9022
Your call will be returned!
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This page was last updated: October 27, 2019
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SHELTER PETS WITH TRUST ISSUES
Shelter pets that exhibit shyness on meeting new people are very often overlooked for adoption, but people who are willing to invest some time and patience with these pets are rewarded with a lifetime of love and loyalty.
Click here to read one woman's account of just such an adoption. Plus an update added on March 20, 2016.
MAKE SOMEONE SMILE TODAY!
ADOPT A PET!!
Courage (one to two years old) had a pretty bad start to his life. He came to the shelter with some other cats that were rounded up because they were not being treated well. At that time he had some very bad facial injuries that required intensive treatment. Bless his heart, he allowed us to treat the injuries without so much as one complaint. You can see that he’s all healed up now and is a very handsome fellow. He’s a happy, healthy, affectionate boy but he’s VERY HIGH ENERGY---always ready to play! The thing is, he can get “over stimulated”, and then he will tend to play “rough”---nipping and biting, but never hard enough to break skin. We do recommend a home without young children and he wouldn’t be ideal for senior citizens, either, but we do know there’s no reason why he wouldn’t make a great family companion for folks who will take the time to learn about him. He more than DESERVES the chance to prove himself! Will YOU be the one to give him that chance?
A "NO KILL" SHELTER LOCATED
IN RURAL WEST VIRGINIA
On Adoption Day it's hard to tell who has the biggest smile---the pet or their new owner! Click here to see lots more smiles and read happy stories!
THE ANIMAL FRIENDS ATTIC!
Our thrift store is located
in the back of the Tygart River General Store on Crim Avenuein Belington.
Hours - Thursday, Friday and Saturday
from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM
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(ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE SHELTER PETS)
Thank you Jamie Queen, owner of
Wet Nose Photography
in Buckhnnon WV,
for getting gorgeous photos
of our adoptable pets!
Volunteers are always urgently needed.
If you would like to join the organization,
Would you like to help by becoming a
foster caregiver? Find out how ---
Dear Parker was abandoned in a local park, but he found his way to our shelter. This male Labrador mix appears to be between 6 and 8 years old, and weighs 55 lbs. He’s a quiet boy and very friendly. He does fine with other dogs---he’s very patient with his pen mate, Josie, who’s a bit of a whirling dervish. Parker loves spending time outside and patrolling the grounds. He enjoys the attention of the volunteers at the shelter, but we sense a sadness and a confusion, as he doesn't understand how he wound up here. We will probably never learn about Parker's former life, but we are determined to find him a loving and secure home where he can live in peace at last.
Otto is a very friendly, well mannered senior dog. He has plenty of energy and curiosity about life. He gets along fine with other dogs and loves people. Otto is house trained, in excellent health and has no aggressive tendencies. We think he’s been passed over for adoption because of his age and breed mix---totally unfair! This fella has a long way to go and a lot to offer to the family that will give him the chance to prove what an awesome dog he can be. How about it? He can go home with you TODAY!