Taffy is a domestic short hair black and white female five months old as of this posting in September 2016. She is spayed and up to date on her shots. She is all black except for a white tip on her tail which you cannot see in her picture. Once she knows you, Taffy doesn't mind being held and she loves being petted. Taffy came in with her sister Tabby, but they do not need to go home together.
Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) is a 100% volunteer, non-profit, no-kill shelter for dogs and cats. We are funded entirely by private donations, fundraising efforts by volunteers and adoption fees.
ARF is always looking for new animal lovers to join us. We need caring people who are interested in devoting some time and effort to helping needy animals. Just a few hours a week can make a difference in the life of an animal. When you give animals the gift of your time, you'll get back as much as you give—maybe even more.
Come Meet Our Pets...
ARF always has a wide variety of beautiful cats & dogs. Please visit us at:
Animal Rescue Foundation 54 Simmons Lane Beacon, NY 12508
Hours: Wednesday and Thursday 5-7 PM and Saturday 2-6 PM
Our Adoption Process...
All of our animals have had vet exams and vaccines, and our adults have all been spayed/neutered. Adoption donations help us cover just a small amount of the cost which is put into each pet, and aids us in rescuing the next animal in need.
Cats & Kittens..................$100 & up Puppies............................$325 & up Dogs....................... ........$275 & up
All potential new homes must fill out an application and come into the shelter to meet the animal they are interested in. Sorry, we will not "ship" animals nor hold an animal for anyone. All prospective homes must be interviewed. Thanks for your understanding. We're open Wed and and Thurs 5-7 PM and Sat 2-6 PM.
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