Our non-profit endowment helps shelters find FURever homes for vulnerable pit bulls.
Can you help us?
- Help at-risk pit bulls escape euthanasia and transition from Kennel to Couch
- Support shelters by freeing up kennel space and significantly reducing operating costs
- Increase pit bull adoption to loving homes, starting with those at shelters the longest
- Offer our services 100% FREE, so shelters and adopters can focus on saving pit bulls!
What we do
Sponsor At-Risk Pit Bulls
We identify the pit bulls that have been at the shelters longest, and then we sponsor their adoption from kennels at partner shelters.
Find Loving Homes
We help find loving homes for these pitties, so they can be adopted – and enjoy lounging comfortably on couches.
Free Up Everyone
Our 100% FREE services enable shelters and adopters to free up kennel space and help even more pitbulls find their FURever couch.
Solving the Pit Bull Problem
- Pit bulls make up the majority of the dog population in shelters
- 80% of shelter pit bulls are euthanized every year
- The FURever Fund is designed specifically to help save these lovable dogs
- We invest in shelters and individual dogs because a local, personalized adoption plan is the most effective long-term solution.
Our Furry Beneficiaries
Casey Needs a Couch
Butte Humane Society – Chico, CA
Hi my name is Casey! I’m a 1 year old Terrier mix. I am a very playful and energetic pup who is looking to please. I would love to get some training classes so that I can learn new things! I would do best with children over the age of 14.
Chili Needs a Couch
Harford Shelter – Maryland
Ten-Hut! Get that chin up, chest out, shoulders back, stomach in. Now drop and give me twenty. Chili is the personal trainer you’ve always wanted! And if you don’t have a secure fenced yard, Chili will help with your self-care plan through daily (or twice daily) mindful walks.
Evelyn Found a couch!
The Hero Rescue – Jarrettsville, MD
Evelyn has had a rough first 3 years of life, and yet she’s as gentle and affectionate as can be. Nicknamed “BIG STRETCHIES” for the way she stretches out and smiles after a nap, Evelyn is a 50 lb Staffordshire ready to give her FURever family lots and lots of love.
Paloma Needs a Couch
Friends for Life – Houston, TX
This silly girl is full of character and wiggles! Paloma is best friends with the mud and never complains when it rains. After a quick game of fetch, she warms up to strangers… and can go on fetching forever! This good girl is ready to make the transition from kennel to couch.
Ebeneezer Found a couch!
The Humane Society – Fallston, MD
Energetic and loving, Ebeneezer has been patiently waiting for his FURever home. Ebeneezer needs plenty of time and attention. He’s best suited for a one dog household with dedicated training. And he’s sure to reward his owner with lots of lasting love and affection.
Bella Needs a Couch
Butte Humane Society – Chico, CA
Bella is an adorable 11 month old American Pit Bull Terrier mix. She’s a fun and spunky girl in search of an owner who loves swimming, fetching, and running as much as she does. Best suited for an otherwise pet-free home.
Davey & Jewel Need a Couch
Bitterroot Humane Society – Hamilton, MT
Best friends bonded for life, Davey and Jewel are looking for a FURever home that can welcome them both. Davey is an energetic male pup who loves hiking and playing ball. Jewel is a vocal lady and good listener who loves people.
We Need Your Help
The FURever Fund started with a $150K grassroots fundraiser but we need your investment to:
Our goal is to continually sponsor 50 pit bulls at a time by supporting 50 shelters across all 50 states.
A small fraction will be used to hire a lean, effective team to oversee day-to-day operations.
Partner with Shelters
We need to get the word out, so we can expand our network of Kennel to Couch-associated shelters.
With a large enough endowment, the FURever Fund can help save pit bulls in perpetuity without soliciting further public donations.
Saving Pit Bulls, one wet nose at a time
Our mission is two-fold
Have our partner shelters prevent our sponsored animals from being euthanized due to overcrowding, giving our furry friends the time needed to find their furever home.
Break through stereotypes associated with Pit Bulls by teaming with community partners and nationally-recognized programs to provide support and professional training assistance to the loving families who adopt our dogs. With your help, a pitbull non-profit saves lives!