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

We're kick'n up some good times at the

LONE DOG SALOON (Highland Elks Lodge #2539) where the Wild West comes alive Saturday night on October 7, 2017. Come in your western attire and step back in time to the 1800's.  

              Call 870-257-3388 for tickets!

​​​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.

Clockwise: Jim Gill, Bradley Fredericks, Pat Lufkin and Susan Thomas at the Highland Elks Lodge’s annual rummage sale showing off the Baretta 12-guage riffle and handmade quilt that will be raffled off.

Friends of Cherokee Animals kicked off ticket sales for their “Lone Dog Saloon” gala at the Highland Elks Lodge’s annual rummage sale. The newly scheduled event is Saturday, October 7 at the Highland Elks Lodge #2539 from 6:00 – 10:00 pm.

The Lone Dog Saloon is fashioned after an old 1800s wild west saloon. For the cost of a ticket you get food, drink and chips to play for prizes all the while being entertained with country music provided by Mike Mcloed. We’ll have bar tenders, gamblers and a few dance hall gals just like the old days, and we’re encouraging everyone to wear their western attire so they can have their picture taken at the photo booth.

A Baretta 12-gauge shotgun donated by Brad Fredericks and a handmade quilt donated by Liz Walton will be raffled off at the event.

Friends of Cherokee Animals