With your support, we help shelter pets in Fairfax County
More than 5,000 pets, including cats, dogs, small mammals, reptiles and livestock, come to the Fairfax County Animal Shelter each year. The shelter opens its doors—and its heart—to care for each and every pet. But the shelter can’t do it alone. Thankfully, Friends of the Fairfax County Animal Shelter is here to help. Through donor and volunteer support, Friends funds important needs throughout the shelter such as behavioral training and dental or medical care beyond what the shelter’s budget can provide.
Friends provides medical care, food, supplies and more to help the shelter care for these loving animals. In doing so, we help save lives—together.
Friends is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and not a part of the Fairfax County government. Click here to make a tax-deductible donation today.
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Please join us on Thursday, October 12th for our 6th Friends Golf Tournament, once again at Twin Lakes Golf Course, 6201 Union Mill Road in Clifton, Virginia. The tournament begins at 1 pm. Pre-tournament lunch... READ MORE
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We are pleased to announce that we have a new Executive Director, Celia Flye. We have operated as an all-volunteer organization since our inception, but because of our incredibly generous community, we have... READ MORE
Harley is a 5-year old Miniature Pinscher with back problems that left him incontinent and unable to use his back legs. He came to the Fairfax County Animal Shelter when his owners simply could no longer manage his... READ MORE
This beautiful senior cat came to the FCAS as a stray. She had an old injury on her left wrist, possibly a break or fracture. Unfortunately, it never healed properly and she couldn’t... READ MORE
You may remember reading about a senior dog, named Cucu, who is losing her eyesight. Thanks to sponsorships from Beatin’ Feet Dog Walking, Cucu’s adoption fee was lowered to $25 and the Friends... READ MORE