Friends of Cherokee Animals

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Friends of Cherokee Animals

Through the monies collected from grants, fundraisers and community donations we strive to provide the following services:

​​​Our group is comprised of loyal, dedicated volunteers who work to improve the lives of homeless animals in the tri-county area (Sharp, Fulton and Izard) of Arkansas. We strive to be of assistance to these animals by funding spay/neuter and medical support that helps them become adoptable. Our ultimate goal is to reduce the population of homeless animals through spay/neuter, educating the public on the importance of spay/neuter and responsible pet care, and garnering community support.



- Pay the vetting and spay/neutering of homeless dogs and cats    in order to encourage adoptions.

- Provide discount spay/neuter vouchers for pet cats and dogs        of community residents.
- Provide pet food assistance to pet owners based on need.

Friends of Cherokee Animals is a registered nonprofit charity recognized at GOLD level by GuideStar, the world's largest source of information on nonprofit organizations.

Friends of Cherokee Animals transports homeless dogs and cats to receive spay/neuter and other needed vetting, such as immunizations and Rabies. 

Friends of Cherokee Animals work to vet and socialize dogs to increase their chance of adoption.