Pets Fur People adoption and donation information - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Pets Fur People adoption and donation information

TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

Pets Fur People in Tyler is a no-kill animal shelter. They have an abundance of homeless cats and dogs in need of a family.

PFP says they are "committed to reduce and ultimately eliminate euthanasia as an acceptable method of population control for unwanted dogs and cats, and promote the positive results of spay/neuter programs to reduce dog and cat overpopulation, and ... teaching responsible pet guardianship."

The organization is in need of monetary donations and, of course, adoption applicants. Follow this link to learn more.

Visit them on Facebook at this link. 

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