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To support and advance the health and well-being of domesticated animals in Lincoln County, Oregon
Work continues at the new property. Safety changes and other modifications to building ramps, stairs, and other elements continue as FOLCAS prepares the new buildings for it major retail spaces and sorting centers. A new gravel drive is being added to provide a donation path for the West Building.
The 2019 Pets Calendar!
The ANNEX is open Tues, Thurs, & Sat (10–2) NE First at Fogarty, Newport
Friends of Lincoln
4th Annual April in Paris event was a huge success!
We support the campaign to end cosmetic animal testing in the United States. The Humane Cosmetics Act is legislation to prohibit the production and sale of animal-tested cosmetics in the United States (H.R. 2790), and has strong bipartisan support . Let your Congressman know how you feel!
(go to the Donate page to donate, and MAX Fund page to read about pets that have been helped)
Many of the pictures on this website were taken by FOLCAS/POTL volunteer Pahl Scharping
There is a bin at the Thrift Store, so bring it in! The food collected goes to the Pet Food Bank (pets of low income families) and Paws-On-Wheels (for home-bound pet owners; in conjuction with Meals-On-Wheels).
Location - 633 NE 3rd St., Newport - at the Fairgrounds. You can also drop off pet food in donation bins located at Ray's Market in Waldport.
Find a furry friend waiting for you at the Lincoln County Animal Shelter
For information about the Lincoln County Animal Shelter (including the availability of adoptable animals),
Learn More About the Top Pet Toxins of 2016: ASPCA Article
WHITE TAGS 50% OFF!
In addition to our Pick of the Litter Thrift Store in Newport, we also have a great booth on the lower level at the Antique Mall in Newport
(That's Hwy 101 & Rt. 20, in the Interstate Bank plaza).
FOLCAS/Pick-Of-The-Litter was in attendance again this year for the annual Gleneden Beach 4th of July celebration and parade. A big Thank You goes out to Carol, Tony, Rosa, Lorinda, Christine, Erica, Emily, and Brian for their preparation and participation in the event. Thanks for representing our organization!
You betcha! Join us for a chance to win an awesome Cat Quilt & Gift Package!
FOLCAS Continues Updates at New HQ
Thanks to our community’s support for the Pick of the Litter thrift store, the Calendar of Fabulous Lincoln County Pets, and other FOLCAS fundraising projects; thanks to contributions to FOLCAS from local businesses including the Rogue Foundation, For ArtSake Gallery, JC Thriftway Market, and Fred Meyer; and thanks to your direct donations, FOLCAS was able to help the animals of Lincoln County in all these ways during 2018:
You may like to know that is up 15% over last year!
Quality surplus sales every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, 10-2. Large selection of clothes & linens--CHEAP! HOUSEWARES, BOOKS & HARDWARE--fill a milk crate for a BUCK PLUS!
Now Open on Thursdays!
St Catty's Day was a big success!
Thank you every one who participated
For details on how you can help local families care for their pets with a contribution to FOLCAS, please visit our Max Fund page or call us at (541) 961-5852.
St Catty's Day?
10 Years, as of May 11, 2019
The News Times informed us that "Pick of the Litter" was voted Best Consignment/ Thrift Store in Lincoln County!
Print this image to use at the Thrift Store this month.
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Friends of Lincoln County Animals, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing funding and assistance to the Lincoln County Animal Shelter and help for other domesticated animals in the county.
Total for Calendar Year 2018 Program Services Expenditures:
(a 15% increase over 2017)