Our Shelter Partners
These local shelters are the heart & soul of this whole operation. We thank them for their hard work & dedication & most of all for offering us the opportunity to spend time with these little sweetnesses & make them a part of all of our families.
Fayetteville Animal Services
Animal Services works to assure a community with a low rate of animal nuisance problems and a high rate of animals returned to their homes or natural environments or adopted to loving homes through our City Animal Shelter services. In 2015, we placed over 1,500 homeless pets in new homes.
Located @ 1640 S. Armstrong | Fayetteville, AR 72701
Monday – Friday 10am – 5:30pm
Saturdays 10am – 4pm
Springdale Animal Services
Springdale Animal Services’ mission is to provide shelter and care to the thousands of stray, abandoned, abused, and neglected animals in need every year. We reunite lost pets with their owners, and place many that are homeless in caring, permanent homes. We are also responsible for the humane disposition of feral, vicious, sick, injured, unclaimed, and unwanted animals. We strive to ensure the welfare and public safety of our community and its animals through education of our citizens and enforcement of our ordinances. We promote spaying/neutering all domestic animals at the earliest appropriate age, as a means of reducing their overpopulation.
Located @321 W Randall Wobbe Rd | Springdale, AR
Monday – Friday 12pm – 6pm
Saturdays 11am – 3pm
Fabulous Felines NWA is a 501(c)3 non-profit cat rescue organization founded by experienced cat rescuers with a simple mission: to help as many cats and kittens as possible find new, loving forever homes.
NWA Community Cat Project
NWACCP’s mission is to improve the lives of the estimated 50,000 community cats (stray, abandoned, or feral) living in north west Arkansas by providing low cost spay/neuter, TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) training and equipment, public education, and increased support and legal protection to colony caretakers, facilitating the humane management of community cats, ultimately decreasing their numbers in shelters and at large.