AFTA was specifically created to, within
its power, save and improve the lives of dogs and cats by humanely reducing
the numbers of undesired animal births.
AFTA will do this by providing: canine rescue,
rehabilitation, spay/neuter surgery (or subsidy thereof), transportation,
and adoption services; feline spay/neuter surgery (or subsidy thereof) and
adoption assistance/networking services; and humane, responsible animal
care education, to include the multi-tier importance of pet sterilization.
Our Adoptable Dogs
See our current list of animals on PetFinder.com
See pictures of adoptees
and their new families.
from Adoptive Families.
AFTA's goal is to create a
"negative" canine and feline balance (more people desire to have
a dog or cat than the number of animals available) in the areas it
serves * and to extend that boundary.
Kim Gilmetti, Director/President
Angie St. Clair, Director/Vice President
* Our focus is presently West Virginia.