Jeb and Snowball Rescue Animals

“Furever Friends” at Bluefield State College Collects 650+ Pounds of Pet Food for Local Animal Rescue Organizations

(Left) “Jeb the Hound pup suffered severe lacerations on his front legs after being attacked by another dog. Jeb is in full recovery and is now eagerly waiting to be adopted into a “Furever” loving home. He is available for adoption through the Southern West Virginia Animal League. To complete an online application, visit and proceed to the “Apply for Adoption” link. Southern WV Animal League, PO Box 1853, Princeton, WV 24740

(Right) Snowball, a Siamese cat, had surgery to correct an eyelid problem. He is in need of a loving, caring “Furever” home and can be adopted through Second Chance for Cats. You can visit Snowball at Second Chance for Cats, 874 Littlesburg Rd., Bluefield, WV 24701 or call 304-888-2781.
(Bluefield)– The Bluefield State College “Furever Friends Rescuing Effort,” working with volunteers from the College, recently collected more than 650 pounds of dog food, cat food, and litter, along with pet toys and treats. All donations collected from the food and supply drive were delivered to ALIVE, Second Chance for Cats, and the Southern West Virginia Animal League to assist in their care for local rescue animals.

Furever Friends also conducted a “Winter Wonderland Raffle Basket.” The gift basket was filled with items donated by local vendors. Shelia Johnson was the raffle basket winner. The initiative raised funds that enabled Furever Friends to help defray the cost of surgery for two local special needs animals, Jeb and Snowball.

In September 2016, Furever Friends took part in the annual “New Leash on Life” Pet Fair, helping to raise nearly $10,000 for community animal rescue efforts.

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