The Arrow Fund is a Kentuckiana-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that rescues and rehabilitates the animal victims of extreme torture, abuse, or neglect. We strive to educate the public regarding the ongoing problem of animal cruelty and advocate strengthening our local, state, and national animal welfare laws. Learn more about our mission and our work here.
Looking for a new family member? Consider adopting one of the cuties below!
The Arrow Fund Update - Koko TINY INJURED BABY TIED TO A DUMPSTER 💔 Koko is now in a loving foster home with Anita Holt. Thank you Anita!
As we have stated ,surgery will not correct her leg. We are leaning towards keeping the leg, as long as she is not in pain. She does use it for stabilizing herself. We are continuing to observe her to make sure she is indeed pain free . Koko will be spayed in a few weeks.
Applications for adoption will be accepted now , but will most likely not be worked until we are closer to her being medically cleared. Adoption applications are on our website at thearrowfund.org
Koko may be tiny and have a leg that is not 100% ,but one thing for sure is ,she is as fast as lightning! She weighs 4.7 pounds at 4 months. A completely secure fence is a must for Koko! Also, with her being so small, we feel she would be better with no small children. Koko is as sweet as she can be!
Donations are needed and would be so appreciated. You can donate directly on this post or go to thearrowfund.org Checks can be mailed to The Arrow Fund P.O. Box 1127 Prospect, Kentucky 40059.
We are so thankful to all of you for your support. Working together we can and do make a difference in the lives of these innocent victims of extreme abuse, torture, and neglect. Humanely yours, Rebecca 🐾 The Arrow Fund ... See MoreSee Less
Abner is a puppy who came to us in February with Carpal Flexion Deformities caused by poor overall nutrition and untreated internal parasites. His tiny body could not absorb what little food he was getting, which caused the bones and soft tissue (tendons, ligaments, muscles) to grow at different rates. He had physical therapy to help him walk properly and now he is a happy playful puppy.
Abner is SUPER playful and very affectionate. Abner would do best in a home without small children, as he is going to be a big guy (most likely 75+). He loves toys and really likes to play with other dogs.
This bundle of joy will be available soon. You can go ahead and send in your adoption application if you want to beat the rush on this cutie! Adoption Applications can be found on our website at thearrowfund.org ... See MoreSee Less