The F+F farm accepts lost and abandoned dogs and cats and offers care for life. Our sanctuary is located in the west central mountains of New Mexico at 8,000ft, just 60 miles east of the Arizona Border on Highway 60. Our residents include disabled and elderly dogs, plus many healthy, abandoned and relinquished dogs of all sizes, types, and personalities. We average anywhere from 70-100 or more dogs at any given time depending on our intake and number of adoptions. Our cat population usually averages over 100 animals.
Even though most of the dogs and cats are up for adoption, some of the animals we take in will spend their lives living with us in Pie Town. At F+F we feel our duty is to protect these animals and serve New Mexico communities.
Our goal is to make Catron County and the State of New Mexico a better place by offering animal care services through programs providing animal education for misunderstood breeds, rehabilitation efforts, low cost spay and neuter, and teaching proper animal care for all pets not only those adopted through FFAA.
FFAA spays or neuters every animal that crosses our door. Since our beginning in 2003, we estimate that we have altered over 1,400+ animals including rescues and the pets of families that cannot afford the cost of the surgery. Our goal is to make Catron County and the State of New Mexico a better place. Our animal care service programs provide animal education for misunderstood breeds, rehabilitation efforts, low cost spay and neuter, and teaching proper animal care for all pets. We do this because “every one deserves a chance”.
OUR MISSION: To alleviate animal suffering by providing sanctuary from abuse, neglect, and homelessness; to end the killing of healthy animals as a method of population control; to teach that animals are intrinsically valuable, worthy of respect, compassion and care.