Rescue Organization Details

Animal Friends of North Central West Virginia

Address:252 Brewer Road
Morgantown, West Virginia 26508
Contact:304-290-4738
Website:http://www.animalfriendswv.org
Breeds:Cat, **Various Breeds
Notes:Animal Friends of North Central West Virginia (AFNCWV) is committed to ending the mistreatment and killing of all animals by promoting public awareness. Animal Friends invested untold people hours and over $65,000 to complete the extensive modifications and upgrades required to operate an animal sanctuary. •We work closely with the local Canine Adoption Center, rescuing and promoting the adoption of homeless animals. Our base of operations is in Monongalia County, but we also serve the counties of Wetzel, Marion, Tucker and Preston. •AFNCWV has a high quality, non-profit shelter and foster program. We provide refuge, aid and care for unwanted, abandoned, and abused animals. •We provide an alternative to unwarranted euthanasia. •We provide rescue, placement and spay/neuter for dogs and cats. •We are active supporters of the WV Spay/Neuter Act and Senate Bill 588 regarding cruelty to animals, contribute to local feral cat programs, speak out about the responsibilities of pet ownership, and are dedicated to the improvement of the health and well-being of all animals. •We are committed to the prevention of cruelty to animals through education and advocacy. •We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that receives no federal, state or local funding. •Financial support comes from individuals who share our belief that all creatures must be treated humanely, with dignity and respect. All contributions are tax- deductible if no goods or services are received by the donor. •Animal Friends Thrift Shoppe is a "special" thrift and gift shop, managed by volunteers, whose proceeds benefit the Animal Sanctuary and Animal Friends of North Central West Virginia. •We also have annual fun events that have helped us earn money. See pictures from some of these wonderful activities! We do not take animals directly from the public. We get our animals from local shelters, Hospice, RDVIC, American Red Cross, and nursing homes.