Making a Difference
6% of proceeds from every purchase made will be donated!
FurEver Keepsakes is devoted to animal welfare and pet wellness and is proud to support the following organizations.
Tails of Help is a volunteer-driven registered charity focused on helping Albertans in need. Approved by the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association, They help fund essential veterinary care for ill or injured pets of owners who are experiencing financial hardship. Their goal is to help keep pets healthy and with their loving families.
The Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force (ASNTF) was created in 2008 in an effort to provide veterinary assistance to First Nation and other communities in Alberta. So many people do not have the resources to spay and neuter their pets and communities all over the world struggle to manage their companion animal populations. The team of dedicated and compassionate volunteer Veterinarians, Registered Veterinary Technologists and lay volunteers provide proactive veterinary care for companion animals by setting up large volume, on site spay and neuter clinics.
They have the ability to spay and neuter up to 430 animals in one weekend. The Task Force also provides guidance regarding community based Animal Care and Control Programs that includes education as well as by laws and humane enforcement. Since their inception, they have spayed or neutered over 10,000 animals and placed over 4,000 relinquished or stray animals with their partner rescue groups. They have also assisted with the Fort Mcmurray evacuation and reunification of animals.
Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS) is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta. They are a federally registered charity and incorporated as a society in the province of Alberta.
AARCS was founded in 2006 and is comprised of a network of individuals and families concerned about the welfare of abandoned, abused and surrendered animals in the province of Alberta.
Animals are rescued and and placed in the safety of foster homes while awaiting suitable placement in permanent adoptive homes. These animals are provided with all the necessary veterinary care, as well as food, rehabilitation, training, kindness and support.
Operations have been expanded to include additional programs, including Spay/Neuter & Disease Prevention Initiative, Emergency Medical Care Program, Emergency Shelter Care Program, Humane Education Program, Dog House Program and Pet Food Program.
In Alberta, thousands of cats and dogs are homeless, abandoned, abused or living in horrendous conditions. Although we may not see them on the streets of our cities and towns, it is estimated that well over 25,000 small animals are rescued or surrendered in Alberta alone.
6% of proceeds will be split evenly between the three charities and donated on a biannual basis.