Our Featured Winston-Salem, NC Partner:
Animal Adoption and Rescue Foundation, Inc. (AARF)
Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
311 Harvey Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:We serve the greater Forsyth County and surrounding areas.
About Our Rescue Group:Mission Statement: AARF aids homeless and helpless cats and dogs in the greater Winston-Salem area: providing rescue and adoption services, while encouraging the human/animal bond.
Strategic Focus Area: Neglected, homeless and abused companion animals, and the pets whose owners have either gone to nursing homes or are deceased.
History: Animal Adoption and Rescue Foundation, Inc. (AARF) was incorporated in 1995 as a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization to assist animals and people in the community through adoption services and rescue operations. AARF is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and is supported by 136 regular volunteers who work tirelessly, and other 'as needed' volunteers who participate in special events/fundraisers to implement the AARF mission. We also have 10 volunteer veterinarians who work with us to support our goals.
Other Accomplishments: AARF works with local veterinarians to hold several Rabies Clinics per year. Public education on animal care and pet owner responsibility is a priority. We also rescue suitable animals from euthanasia.
Come Meet our Pets:Adoption Fairs held at:
311 Harvey St., Winston-Salem, NC
Saturdays: 12-4pm (dogs and cats)
Tuesdays: 4-7pm (cats only)
Fridays: 3-6pm (cats only)
Tuesday and Friday adoption fairs are limited sessions.
Adoption Fairs held at :
438 E Hanes Mill RdWinston Salem, NC 27105
Saturdays: 12-4pm (cats only)
Our Adoption Process:Our Adoption Process...
An adoption application is required. Once approved, the adopter may take home their new pet. Adoption fees is $100.00 . This includes spay or neuter. All cats/kittens have been seen by a veterinarian and are current with vaccinations and routine shots, and are in good health.