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Sam Coffey Animal Rescue Friends - TX

125 NW Main St, Junction, TX 76849

Contact Deena Braneff
cats & dogs at Sam Coffey Animal Rescue Friends - TX

Areas Sam Coffey Animal Rescue Friends - TX serves

We are Friends of the City Animal Shelter in Junction, Texas. We have a very small city animal shelter that becomes filled quickly with dogs. Our goal is place the adoptable pets in foster homes, to give them a little longer to find their adoptive families. We hope to educate the public about spaying & neutering, vaccinating and just general care & responsibility of owning a pet.

Sam Coffey Animal Rescue Friends - TX's adoption process


Submit Application


Approve Application


Meet the Pet

Considering distance, if you are close enough to where the pet is fostering, we like for you to meet the pet. If not, we can send pics/video


Pay Fee

Additional adoption info

First step to being considered for one of our pets is to fill out an adoption application. If chosen for a pet, an adoption fee is paid to hold the pet. This fee covers spay/neuter, vaccinations, worming, 1st heartworm preventative, plus any other vetting that needs to be done.

Adoption application

About Sam Coffey Animal Rescue Friends - TX

We are a foster - based rescue that formed out of necessity because there was such a high-kill rate at our local city shelter. We rescue dogs from the shelter when the shelter becomes full. Otherwise, they are put down after their allotted time is up. We then place them in loving foster homes until they are adopted.
We also rescue other pets from the community as needed.

Sam Coffey Animal Rescue Friends - TX's adopted pets

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