Brooklyn Animal Foster Network (BAFN)
The Brooklyn Animal Foster Network (BAFN) is a non-profit corporation committed to the following community services:
Our family and individual foster home system provides safe haven for abandoned, abused, or unwanted companion animals. Additionally, as New Hope Partners with the Animal Care and Control Center of NYC, we remove between 50-60 animals a month in danger of euthanasia and place them in the network.
All animals in our care are spayed or neutered and receive all life saving or necessary medical attention. When these foster animals are emotionally and physically healed, we search for the correct human companion for each, ensuring a loving, permanent home.
We educate the public on the correct and moral way to care for their animals, including the importance of spaying and neutering pets to help stop the flow of abandoned and unwanted animals in our community.
Our referral service helps owners find new homes for their pets or helps reunite them with lost pets. We exchange information and work with other humane organizations to help locate lost pets and rescue abandoned and abused animals.
Our organization strongly believes that all animals deserve respect and should be treated with dignity in all circumstances. The ultimate goal of this organization is to have all people share this philosophy, creating a healthier and kinder community for humans and animals alike.
Our 501c is pending.