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6715 NE 63rd St., Ste 450
Vancouver, WA 98661
360-993-1097

Healthy cats are euthanized every day in Clark County due to overpopulation. Help Furry Friends educate and assist other groups to accomplish a no-kill status.

Sponsor a Pet

You can help a homeless pet by becoming a Pet Sponsor. Just $50 per month covers food, medical care, and supplies. You choose the pet from our adoption list. Your name will be listed as that pet's sponsor. Furry Friends will provide all the love and care and make sure your sponsored pet is given every opportunity to be adopted. For more information, contact us!

Sponsor a Kitten

Not everybody can be a foster, but anyone can SPONSOR a kitty!

We have more and more kittens being fostered which, of course, means a lot more expense for Furry Friends. If we can get help with the cost for these kittens, we can even save more this year. Last year we were able to save 70 kittens and their Moms.

If you decide you would like to be a sponsor there are several ways to help:

  1. Choose one kitten and sponsor it from the time it comes to Furry Friends until it is adopted. The cost would be $100.00 which includes 2 FVRPC shots, worming, flea treatment, microchipping, testing for FIV/Leukemia and a spay or neuter. You would be able to watch your baby grow and know when and where it was adopted
  2. Choose a whole litter and pay for all FVRCP shots which is $20.00 per kitten
  3. Spay or neuter 1 kitten or a litter and that cost is $25.00 to $35.00 each
  4. Microchip 1 kitten or a litter for $11.00 each

If you are interested in sponsoring a kitten or litter or any part of the medical costs or, if you would like to foster, please contact us at information@furryfriendswa.org

Foster a pet

Are you ready to foster a kitty in your home?

We are committed to finding foster care for cats, whether they are abandoned, neglected, homeless, and/or have special needs. Our foster care includes providing necessary medical care as well as providing a safe, clean, and comfortable shelter and food.

We sometimes have babies that are just being weaned and those that are semi-feral who need loving foster families who will work with them to domesticate them for adoptions. If you are interested, call Furry Friends at (360) 993-1097.

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