AFRP is dedicated to finding good, permanent homes for stray, abandoned, injured and abused companion animals and to ending the pet overpopulation crisis through innovative, effective spay/neuter programs.
Animal Friends Rescue Project (AFRP) has been dedicated to helping the most at-risk shelter animals for the last 20 years. Local shelters are overwhelmed with stray animals, but even when an animal comes in with major medical issues, AFRP feels that it should not be a death sentence due to a lack of resources. Each animal deserves a second chance to recover and find a new loving home. They provide care for animals needing extensive surgeries to repair broken bones or requiring treatment for illnesses and age-related conditions, giving them a new lease on life.
Just wanted to let you know how happy we are with Scarlet. We adopted her back in November and she was such a shy and timid dog. Slowly but surely, Scarlet has gained confidence and is a completely different dog from when we got her. She’s playful, energetic and loves to go to the beach. Most of all she is the biggest sweetheart! We love her so much and she truly makes our family complete.
- Sarah Rodriguez