Fayette County Animal Rescue is a no kill, non profit animal shelter serving Fayette County, TN. We have a physical shelter which is located on 5 beautiful acres in Rossville, TN. Our primary focus is helping animals in extreme cases of abuse, neglect, injury or abandonment. We house between 70-100 cats and dogs at our shelter and in foster homes.
To offer refuge, medical care, nourishment and an opportunity for a second chance for life to injured and abused animals in Fayette County, TN.
To foster a public sentiment of humanity and gentleness toward animals and protect them from cruelty, neglect, carelessness and ignorance.
To promote responsible pet ownership through humane education.
To enhance the quality of human life with animal companionship.
In 1998 two women decided to make a difference in the lives of the many animals that were suffering needlessly in Fayette County. Yvette Rose and Delores Cowan Provow began with two kennels in a garage and Fayette County Animal Rescue has now grown to a shelter that houses 70-100 animals in a sanctuary environment. The dedication and love for animals of these two ladies and the will to make a difference in their community spawned one of the largest no-kill organizations in the Mid South area.
Heartbreaking years of struggle for these two founding members have given hope and a new life to thousands of animals that would have died needlessly on the rural roads of Fayette County. Their friendship and loving bond continues today for their life long mission of making a difference for all the needy animals that come to FCAR. Our shelter is now supported by hundreds of volunteers, all working tirelessly for the animals.
Fayette County Animal Rescue is located in one of the largest counties in the State of Tennessee. Each month Animal Control picks up on the average 130 animals. All of these animals are euthanized after 72 hours. FCAR is the only No-Kill, No Cages Animal Shelter in Fayette County. Your donations are very important to our mission. We believe we can make a difference in our community and the animals that live here. Please join us in helping make this dream a reality.