FRA Monthly Newsletter

Link to the complete    FRA Monthly Newsletter    Dear Subscribers, It has been an amazing month for Friends of Rowlett Animals!  In the month of February we had about 50 animals adopted, rescued, or returned to their owners and not once did we go Code Red (Code...

Volunteer Spotlight – Mark K.

This month’s spotlight is on Mark K our website administrator, photographer, dog bather, adopt-a-thon transporter, and more!  We completed the interview on a sunny and crisp afternoon, with Jet – Mark’s eight year-old Labrador – by our sides,...

Foster Families

Adopt don’t shop.  If you can’t adopt, foster!  Fostering is a way to get a dog or cat out of a kill shelter and temporarily place them in your home to train, rehabilitate, and make them ready-to-go into their new FURever home.  The number of pets that...

Barn Cat Program

It’s not a complicated program in and of it’s self; anyone who has a barn can help a feral cat (a cat who cannot be a house cat, typically it is a grown cat over 1 years old).  The cat will be spayed/neutered, have their rabies shot, and their ear tipped...

Volunteer Spotlight – Jeanine O.

We start our newsletter off with a highlight on one of our volunteers who even with her busy schedule, is at the shelter almost every day.  Jeanine has grandbabies, elderly, her husband, and even her own animals that she helps out with in any way she can so she...