Furry Friends Network is a non profit, all-volunteer animal adoption organization based in central Pennsylvania.

Furry Friends Network is not a shelter, but instead uses a foster home network to house the animals until permanent, indoor homes can be found, offering second chances at lifetimes of love and happiness.

Foster homes are desperately needed! Furry Friends Network helps as many homeless and unwanted animals as finances and available foster homes enable. Find out more about becoming a foster parent! 

If you are interested in meeting our Adoptable Pets, please visit us at our Adoption Days or other Upcoming Events, or contact us to make an appointment.  

View Furry Friends Network's cats and dogs available for adoption on Furry Friends Network's Petfinder Home Page.

Please read Our Expectations prior to submitting an adoption application.
Dog Adoption Application
Cat Adoption Application

Meet some of our adoptable cats and kittens at the Carlisle PetSmart Adoption Center Location Information

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In Loving Memory of Gloria White - Donations via PayPal:
 
 
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Furry Friends Network's Newsletters

Learn more about rescue transport volunteering. Watch this video for more information. 

Please support the businesses that care enough to support the furry kids! Check out Our Event Sponsors and Our Favorite Links!

    

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THE LATEST FURRY FRIENDS NETWORK NEWS

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May 9, 2016
Apr 17, 2016
Save the date!
Furry Friends Network's 11th Annual Race for Their Lives
Sunday, September 18, 2016
 
 
 
Apr 15, 2016

Merci, gracias, danke, mahalo, grazie, arigato, xie xie, spasibo, woof, meow...

Mar 1, 2016

Furry Friends Network has more than one hundred wonderful, loving cats available for adoption. Adult cats are often overlooked due to the distraction of the silly, carefree antics of kittens. To help the adult cats currently in foster care find the new homes they're waiting for, consider our continued adoption special fee for cats age 2 and older when picking out the special feline to add to your family.

   

 

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