Friends of Megan Animal Rescue gives new hope to sick, neglected, and abandoned animals in Oaxaca, Mexico through rescue, medical attention, sterilization and socialization. We seek good homes for them once they’ve been given time to heal and are ready to begin anew. We also provide education on the proper care and humane treatment of pets for new owners, as well as the community at large.
Mosa donates book proceeds to FOMAR’s director, Rebecca Raab
This is Joe, first rescued in September 2017. He has outlived two owners before finding his way back to Casa Raab and FOMAR, his new furever home. We love you, Joe.
Meet Bonnie and Clyde, brother and sister who were dropped off in a cardboard box at the Casa Raab gates. We treated, sterilized and socialized them with lots of hugs. Within weeks they were placed in individual forever homes within the Oaxaca Valley.
Leo and Sasha learning some tricks of the trade from master weaver Billy Ward at their furever home in San Lorenzo, Oaxaca.
Oakley is the shy one you don’t see in the picture. Willow and Magnolia are a little more outgoing. They were found by the river in a cloth sack. All three of them were placed in a single home in the Oaxaca Valley.
Get in Touch
Email us or give us a ring at 206-291-4702 from the U.S. or Mexico to meet Clinton, Tormenta, Gaga, Cowlinda, Jacinto and the Burro Crew in person or via FaceTime.
Registered as a non-profit corporation in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Friends of Megan Animal Rescue is a qualified 501(c)3 non-profit and tax exempt organization under IRS guidelines.