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ARF, FFAR and animal shelter team up to give dogs a second chance
ARF Puppy
Camden Resident Sheryl Duncan waits to place one of her foster puppies, Petey, on the ARF van. - photo by Tenell Felder
Forty-six foster and shelter dogs got a second chance at finding a forever home Friday afternoon thanks to a collaboration of the Animal Rescue Fund (ARF) of the Hamptons, N.Y.; Fostering Foster Animal Rescue (FFAR) of Camden and Kershaw County’s Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter. Friday afternoon’s pickup took place at a local residence just over the Sumter County line past Boykin. Twenty of the dogs were fostered and another five were strays collected by or dogs directly surrendered to FFAR. The remaining 21 were all from Walter M. Crowe.