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Welcome to the Friends for Life Animal Rescue website!

Friends for Life Animal Rescue is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit companion animal rescue group that works through a network of foster homes rather than a shelter. We don't have a central facility, but we have animal fosters in Skagit, San Juan, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties at this time. 


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Highlighted Cats
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Lucy-Loo appeared at a home as just another stray, except that the local ferals didn’t accept her and attacked her. She was friendly enough to come to a human for loves and food and was rescued from those mean ferals! Lucy-Loo has a tattered ear as evidence of her former “ more about Lucy-Loo
Gibson came from a cat hoarding situation – he is very healthy, but spent some time learning about the good things that people can provide.  He loves pets and might become a great player, too. Gibson is seeking an indoor-only, no declaw home for his health and safety. Gibson has more about Gibson
Orca is a petite sweetheart looking for a quiet family with patience to help her blossom into herself and learn to be braver. She is sweet and loves pets, but tends to be a bit shy in foster care. With love and TLC, we believe she will be a wonderful little cat. Orca has been spayed, more about Orca
Czar came from a cat hoarding situation but he is very healthy and spent some time learning about the good things that people can provide.  He is a great player and likes pets, but will give you a warning when he's had enough. If you don't heed his warning, the bite gets harder! more about Czar
Gi-Gi is ready to join you forever and provide you with love, joy, and entertainment! she loves to play, eat, nap, and play some more..she has been with other cats/kittens, but not dogs or kids yet. She will likely be fine with both. Gi-Gi has been spayed, microchipped, tested for feline more about Gi-Gi
  Golden Bear
Golden Bear (Golden) and his two litter mates were saved by some alert humans who noticed that their feral mother cat hadn't returned to her babies - and who knew that 4-day old kittens wouldn't survive on their own! The litter was rushed to Friends for Life Animal Rescue, where more about Golden Bear
Stanley is one of a litter of 6 babies found in a barn at about 5-6 weeks of age. The litter was brought to Friends for Life Animal Rescue and the kittens were taught about the joys of being pet by humans and were raised with lots of love.  Stanley is now ready for his more about Stanley
Highlighted News
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Starting our 5th year! -- Sunday January 5th, 2014
Women's Clothing -- Tuesday March 1st, 2011
Greeting Cards -- Tuesday March 1st, 2011
FFLAR Completes Year #1! -- Tuesday December 28th, 2010
We are honored! -- Monday December 20th, 2010

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