Friends of Cherokee Animals


Friends of Cherokee Animals

Through the monies collected by fundraisers and community donations we strive to eventually provide all of the following services:

​​​Our group is comprised of loyal, dedicated volunteers who work to improve the lives of homeless animals in the Cherokee Village area of Arkansas. We believe there are many ways to support these animals, and we strive to be of assistance by funding needed veterinary care, including spay/neuter and providing other shelter support, as needed. This support is accomplished through fundraising, educating the public on the importance of spay/neuter and responsible pet care, and garnering community support.

Our group meets on the first Saturday of the month at 2:00 pm. Our next public meeting will be on August 6, 2016 at the Cherokee Lodge Senior Center, #2 Santee Drive in Cherokee Village.

- Pay the vetting and spay/neutering of each animal designated for adoption in order to encourage adoptions

   at the Cherokee Village Animal Shelter.

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

- Provide pet food assistance to pet owners based on need.

- Assist with re-homing animals into new loving homes and returning lost pets to their rightful owners.

Clockwise: Vice President Jenna Pettus holding chocolate lab puppy, Treasurer Brad Fredericks with Puzzles the cat, Secretary Marilynn Thomas, and President Susan Thomas with Bubba. 

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