Animal Friends Rescue Project

By: DogTrekker Staff

Founded in 1998 and based in Pacific Grove, Animal Friends Rescue Project helps find homes for animals who need them, and helps reduce the number of those who find themselves in such straits with active support of spay/neuter programs in the community. AFRP finds home for about 1,500 dogs and cats a year, and its innovative Life Link Transport Program coordinates  transports of dogs from overcrowded shelters to other rescues all over Northern California, as well as Colorado and Oregon, saving about 1,000 lives a year.

Currently in a foster home awaiting a permanent situation is Golda, a 9-year-old Aussie-husky mix. She's a well-behaved, affectionate companion who gets along well with other dogs but would also be content to be your only canine companion. Find out more about this sweetie…

Photo: "Golda" – Animal Friends Rescue Project