What are ARF's Adoption hours?
ARF is currently open Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 1PM to 4PM, & Saturdays from Noon-3PM for cats. Dogs are by appointment only. We also can arrange adoptions by appointment.
How does ARF receive it's funding?
ARF receives 100% of its funding through donations & grants. ARF receives no government funding. We are a local organization with no ties to any national organization. If you would like to make an unrestricted monetary donation to ARF please e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
If I witness animal abuse, who
do I call?
If you witness animal abuse, please contact your local law enforcement agency immediately. (ARF has no legal authority.)
What happens if a dog or cat is not adopted for a long period of time?
When an animal is surrendered to ARF, a commitment is made to give the animal a life filled with love. ARF animals will stay as long as it takes to find them a loving, permanent home. In some cases, ARF acts as a sanctuary and becomes the animal’s forever home.
What are ways that I can
There are many ways individuals from all backgrounds can help ARF carry out our mission. You can donate, volunteer, save aluminum cans, or adopt. For more ways to help ARF, please visit our, “Help ARF” page.
If I find an animal, can I bring it to ARF?
If you find a stray animal, we recommend taking it to your closest local veterinarian’s office to have the animal scanned for a microchip. This is a free service, & the ultimate goal is to unite the animal with its rightful owner. If the animal does not have a microchip and you are in Muncie please contact the Muncie animal shelter at 765-747-4851 as all strays need to go through them. If you are not in Muncie please call us beforehand to make an appointment for intake.