Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary is doing our part during the COVID-19 situation by closing to the public until further notice. We hope that things will be much better soon for everyone and we can reopen so the amazing pets in our care can find their furever homes.
During this time, our dedicated volunteers are doing their best to care for all the animals at the Sanctuary. We have also decided that during this time, only trained volunteers can enter our facility and we will not be training new volunteers.
We do understand that people may need assistance with their pets in the coming weeks. If you find yourself needing help, please message us here and we will do our best to help.
This is also the start to kitten season. If you find kittens or a pregnant cat, please message us ASAP. We have foster families in place ready to help.
Thank you from all of us at FAS.
Lennon is a young Fallbrook man filling his time doing good for the community while he is not in school. He runs the Lennon’s Lemons & Other Produce stand along with his amazing family and just asks the community to donate what they can in exchange for fresh fruit. The money he had collected was unfortunately stolen. Lennon and his family were saddened by this but hope that the person who took the money needed it in this time when our world seems turned upside down.
Fast forward...The Fallbrook community heard about Lennon and what happened and turned this situation into lemonade. 🍋 Word spread and donations to #lennonslemons started pouring in. In total over $1200 was donated in Lennon's name, and an anonymous donor matched it when he reached $1000! Lennon is a true inspiration. He is a kind, caring, and compassionate young man who loves animals and wanted to raise a little money for the animals at FAS. Thanks to the Fallbrook community for making that dream come true in a BIG way.
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The nØkill Network is dedicated to promoting no-kill animal shelters, organizations, and rescue groups by helping people learn about and locate these organizations.
Our facility is a safe haven for the animals that find their way to our sanctuary as a result of abandonment, abuse, neglect, or owner surrender. They have a home with us for as long as they need it. We are a no-kill shelter; every animal in our care will remain with us until they find their forever family. No animal will ever be put down due to lack of space.
FAS also strives to educate the community regarding spay/neuter, microchipping, and the importance of understanding the emotional needs of all animals.
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know. The Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary is entirely run by volunteers. We are always looking for new volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the team.
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
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