Owen County Friends of Animals was established in 2005 to support a no-kill initiative. The organization runs purely off of donations and efforts from a very small group of volunteers. Success is based largely on rescue groups across the country, donations, and additional volunteers.
The shelter is built to house 12 dogs; however, there are often more than that who find their way into the office inside of a crate. It isn't ideal. Because of small space and limited resources, OCFA does not accept owner surrenders. We can post information for re-homing your dog on our Facebook page and website.
The adoption fee is $100, which includes blood tests for ehrlichia, lyme, and heartworm, all vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip. OCFA strives to educate pet owners about spay and neuter practices.
We can always use volunteers and foster homes. If you're interested in either, please read more here.