All Fur Love Animal Rescue is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to helping animals in need through rescue, vet care, adoption, low-cost spay/neuter programs and TNR (trap, neuter, return). We also strive to educate the public in order to promote a more humane society.

We are just like you; caring and compassionate and wanting to make a difference in the lives of animals.  When we each lie down to sleep at night, regardless of setbacks we may have experienced that day, if we know we’ve saved a life, that was a good day.   Come join us on our journey to create a sanctuary where all animals can be cared for, adopted, loved, and most importantly, live.


The Fur will Fly!!


Join us for the 1st Annual Bark & Meow Softball Benefit!  All Fur Love will be competing against Castle of Dreams in a classic game of cat vs. dog! $10 donation for a furrtastic game of softball, music, food and drinks and a 50/50 raffle!  Visit the Facebook event page for more information or download the event flyer!


amber-dawnAmber and Dawn

These two beautiful sweet cats are still waiting for their furever home.  They are bonded sisters and FIV+.  They lost their loving home when their owner became ill.  Read their heartbreaking story here and please consider adopting a special needs cat!


volunteerJoin us!

All Fur Love Animal Rescue is currently looking for volunteers to help with feeding, cleaning and socializing cats and kittens at several of our adoption outlets, including Freehold, Howell and West Long Branch.  If you have an hour or two a week to spare, we would love the help!  Click here to access our volunteer application!


fundraising-ideasOther ways you can help…

Want to help but not able to donate?  There are so many other creative ways people have come up with to raise funds or get supplies for their favorite charities.  Read about them and submit your own ideas here!


Important Notice!

All Fur Love Rescue is currently full and cannot accept any more animals.  This is likely the case with most facilities in our state and surrender to a local shelter may mean the death of another to make more room.  We urge you to keep your animal until the situation in NJ improves.