Mobile,Ala.- - Our Mission:To find good, loving homes for the abandoned andabused animals in our community
Animal Rescue Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in1996 and dedicated to promoting the welfare and humane treatment ofanimals, through rescue, fostering and placement. Adoptable catsand dogs awaiting a permanent, loving family are placed in ourfoster center, hence its name, the ARFanage.
We operate solely from donations. Adoption donations are $95for dogs, $70 for cats. All pets placed for adoption have beensocialized, evaluated and seen by a vet. All are up to date on allshots, heartworm preventative and spayed/neutered before placement.
We practice non-lethal population control, includingearly-age spay/neuter and feral cat Trap-Vaccinate-Fix-Return. ARFadvocates on behalf of all individual animals about the humanity ofsterilization, not euthanasia, as an effective solution toreproduction and unnecessary breeding. Over time, their numbers canbe effectively reduced and their lives improved.
We care for all animals, regardless of age, breed, illness ordisability, and believe these precious souls are to be given therespect of any other God-created life. Please join us in ourmission to provide an animal-loving community, where pets are athome, not home-less!
So what are you waiting for? Have a seat, kick off your shoesand explore our site. Who knows, you might just find your next bestfriend.
Nearly seven years ago, an Orange Beach man was tortured and robbed in his own home. As of Friday night, Shaun Cassidy, 65, is behind bars for a number of charges involving minors.
Tre Mason rushed for 304 yards and four touchdowns, leading No. 3 Auburn to a wild 59-42 victory over No. 5 Missouri in the Southeastern Conference championship game Saturday.
According to authorities, deputies and investigators with the Walton County Sheriff’s Office responded to a home on South Bay Grove Drive in Freeport around 3:30 p.m. after a 4-year-old was shot in the chest with a BB gun.
A double dose of Tigers invade Atlanta for the 2013 SEC Championship.
Auburn and Missouri fans get decked out for the big showdown in Atlanta.
A.C. Hillman, 93, of Lucedale will be the Grand Marshall of the city’s Christmas parade Saturday, December 7, which coincides with the anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor.