At Adopt a Friend for Life…

We are dedicated to rescuing adoptable stray, abandoned and homeless cats and dogs. AFL was established in February 2005 and ever since then have offered an alternative to animal control shelters by housing the animals in foster homes until they can be placed for adoption into loving, permanent homes.

We are committed to reducing pet overpopulation by providing 100% spay/neuter for animals in our care and strive to build lifelong friendships that will enrich the human-animal bond. We are always in need of foster homes, if you are interested submit a volunteer application today.

 

Celebrating 15 years!

At Adopt a Friend for Life…

We are dedicated to rescuing adoptable stray, abandoned and homeless cats and dogs. AFL offers an alternative to animal control shelters by housing the animals in foster homes until they can be placed for adoption into loving, permanent homes.

We are committed to reducing pet overpopulation by providing 100% spay/neuter for animals in our care and strive to build lifelong friendships that will enrich the human-animal bond.

Celebrating 15 years!

 

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Want to Meet Us? Come Join Us.

Everyone is welcome to attend.  AFL meets monthly, every fourth Wednesday of the month from 6 to 8 p.m. Our meetings are casual and everyone is invited. Bring your dinner with you, that’s okay! This is a great way to keep in touch with fellow volunteers and happenings in AFL. Your input and ideas are always welcome!

We meet at St. Martin of Tours Church or Old National Bank in Kalamazoo. Check our Facebook for the location of our meeting of the month.

  • St Martin of Tours Church  Address: 2010 Nichols Rd., Kalamazoo, MI 49004
  • Old National Bank   Address: 5003 Century Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49006 (by Costco)

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Please click here to visit our tribute to our Webmistress: Petra Wilkinson who succumbed to the ravages of Cancer on Saturday, October 25 2008

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