With your support, we help shelter pets in Fairfax County
Each year, nearly 5,000 pets, including cats, dogs, small mammals, reptiles and livestock, come to the Fairfax County Animal Shelter. 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. With 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.
Together, we save lives!
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.
Latest from FFCAS
Pinot’s Palette in Dulles and Friends joined canvases on October 16, 2018, for our Pet Project Paint and Sip fundraiser. We had a great time painting renditions of our personal pets, while also... READ MORE
Have you checked out our latest news letter? Find out what’s been going on with Friends–we’ve been busy! Read it here. READ MORE
Shop Modell’s through October 11, present this coupon at check out, and we both win! You can either print it or show it on your device. Click here to download the coupon, good... READ MORE
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Our summer newsletter is the hottest thing around and makes for great beach reading material! Check it out here. READ MORE
Katie came into the shelter as a stray, with masses all over her body—the most noticeable one was a golf-ball sized mass on the top of her head. Despite this, anyone who saw... READ MORE
Thank you to everyone who came out to Paradise Springs Winery in Clifton, Virginia, on June 10 for Wine, Whiskers and Wags. We hope you had as much fun as we did! Thank... READ MORE
Last year, Georgie was surrendered to the Fairfax County Animal Shelter after an accident left him with limited mobility; his owners did not have the resources to support his recovery. At the Shelter’s request, Friends... READ MORE