Our Renewed Vision for Life-Saving and Adoption
The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF) has been helping homeless and abandoned animals since 1974. Over the last 49 years, tens of thousands of cats and dogs have received compassion, food, shelter, medical care, training, and ultimately their forever homes with new families through the committed efforts of our staff and volunteers.
As we approach our 50th anniversary, this project ensures ARF’s future for the next 50 years: Forever Home.
On Saturday, May 27, 2023 ARF held a Grand Re-Opening Celebration!
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Forever Home Gallery
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About the Project
Forever Home brings critical improvements to ARF’s campus and ensure that ARF can continue to provide excellent and compassionate care for our animals for generations to come.
Renderings by Bacon Group, Inc., Architects. Click on any image for a larger view and description.
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The Richard Wells McCabe Welcome Center
ARF’s adopters will be greeted in a spacious, redesigned, light-filled lobby. The space will feature retail, meet and greet rooms, and new homes for small dogs and puppies. Additionally, ARF’s catteries and kitten room will be completely renovated and include custom built features for climbing, perching, and play. The HVAC systems throughout the entire facility have been custom-designed for the health and comfort of animals and people.
A New Kennel for ARF’s Dogs
Our dogs will move into a new 7,000 square foot kennel building constructed with high quality materials, a sophisticated HVAC system, and a nitrogen-reducing waste treatment system. The building will include 40 individual kennels along with flexible rooms for dogs with special needs, meet-and-greet rooms for adopters, and new outdoor exercise areas
The William P. Rayner Training Center
A new 8,400 square foot year round training center will be built on site to accommodate year-round training, socialization, and enrichment for ARF’s dogs and to increase our capacity to provide classes for the public and ARF’s adopters in any weather, any time of year. This spacious facility will include a viewing area, outdoor play yard, and an environmentally-conscious waste system.
To learn more on how you can join us in building a Forever Home for ARF, contact Kristina Curatolo at email@example.com.