About A.A.R.F.

A.A.R.F. – All About Rescue and Fixin' Inc. A.A.R.F. (All About Rescue and Fixin’ Inc.) is small group of un-paid volunteers with a passion for animals. We foster these animals in our homes until they find forever homes. We are a NO-KILL rescue, and treat ALL illnesses that can be treated for any animal which enters our program. A.A.R.F. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization - we rely on you, the public for the majority of our funding so that we may save lives locally. Read more...

12 August 2010 ~ 1 Comment

PETCO Foundation Approves Kitten Food Grant

The PETCO Foundation (http://www.petco.com/petco_Page_pc_petcofoundationhome_Nov_11.aspx) recently approved a grant request and donated $800 worth of kitten food to A.A.R.F.  We want to thank them once again for their generosity and their willingness to help!  The kittens in our care are not eating very high quality food and thriving because of it. 

27 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Buy a book…save some lives!

Sharon Langford of Sparta recently wrote a book entitled “LIVING THE RESCUES:  Life Lessons and Inspirations”.   Not only is the book wonderful (my personal opinion, of course), but ALL proceeds from the book are going to help homeless animals in need.  Ms. Langford will donate all of HER profits to her own, private foundation, while […]

27 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Fairfield Glade Craft Show

The July Fairfield Glade Craft Show was a success!  We raised over $300 to help homeless animals in need throughout the Upper Cumberland, and adopted 1 dog and 3 kittens!  We also took in 1 tiny kitten after it was dumped in a person’s truck nearby in Crossville.  This kitten has been bottle fed and […]

25 June 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Thank you Kelly and Petco

On behalf of A.A.R.F., we once again want to thank PETCO and Kelly Darty for the tremendous donation that was made to our organization.  Please see our “Thank You” Sign inside of the store, and thank Kelly for taking the initiative to help A.A.R.F.  This has always been, and will continue to be a wonderful […]

25 June 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Party in The Barn!

Wondering what has happened to all of the puppies that AARF normally has?  We have developed partnerships with a network of shelters in the north seeking….PUPPIES!  But not to worry…we’ve got a TON and they are all waiting for you to come and adopt them!  Here are some photos of who will be ready to […]

25 June 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Fun Times at the Cumberland County Animal Shelter

Adding another permanent partner to our mix is The Cumberland County Animal Shelter in Crossville, TN!  What attracts us most to this shelter is their AWESOME director who pretty much runs the shelter by herself.  Andrea enjoys what she does (as you will see in the photo below) and truly cares SO MUCH about each […]

21 June 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Jody is Heartworm Positive

Meet Jody….she looks to be a beautiful 3 year young Boston Terrier…but what you are not seeing is how she was found.  She arrived at our veterinarian’s office filthy, covered in fleas and ticks and quite emaciated.  A heartworm test was run, and she tested heartworm positive. The initial treatment for Jody is $300.  We […]

16 June 2010 ~ 0 Comments

But I’m Cute TOO…

Meet Melanie… Melanie showed up at the Cumberland County Animal Shelter just a few day ago, preganant as pregnant can be.    She appreared as if she would bust at the seams at any moment’s time.  How ANYONE could turn away an animal in such a condition is beyond our comprehension…Just LOOK at how CUTE she […]

10 June 2010 ~ 0 Comments

40 MORE Dogs out and never looking back

Northeast Ohio SPCA has agreed to take another 40 dogs from the Upper Cumberland, giving them a guaranteed great life in an approved, loving forever home.  These animals had previouly been overlooked in this region and were all scheduled for euthanasia.  Take a look at some of the lucky faces below….thanks to the generosity of […]

10 June 2010 ~ 2 Comments

Feline 911

In 3 weeks times, A.A.R.F. has rescued 69 cats and kittens scheduled for euthanasia at the Cookeville Putnam County Animal Shelter.  Euthanasia will continue until those allowing their pets to reproduce step up and get their pets fixed (Humane Society of Putnam County Spay and Neuter Clinic 931-372-2728).   A.A.R.F. makes every attempt to save as […]