February 12, 2016


Richard “Dick” C. Faecking


Richard “Dick” C. Faecking, 67, of Grafton, passed into the loving arms of the Lord on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 surrounded by his family, following a courageous and lengthy battle with brain cancer. Dick was born October 23, 1945 in Brooklyn, to the late Clemence and Carolyn Faecking. He graduated from Elyria High School in Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Magic


Poor Magic was picked up by animal control and stuck in a shelter for a month where he was completely forgotten and got very, very sick. Who could do that to this sweet boy? He is now healthy and has no effects from neglect he was put through. He is wonderful dog who loves kids Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Macey


Meet Macey!  She has a very endearing personality.  She loves adults and older kids but is not a fan of young children and hates cats.  It may be best if Macey was an “only pet” in an adult household or one with kids over 10 years of age.  She’s a playful girl that’s good on Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Huckleberry


Meet sweet Huckleberry!  He’s a big lug of a dog that likes everyone he meets.   Huck was rescued from the Lorain County Kennel.  He still has a lot of energy for a 7 year old and would probably benefit from a fenced-in yard.  Stop by and visit Huckleberry to find out his likes and dislike Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Jaws


This is Jaws. Don’t let his name scare you because he’s a sweet guy. Jaws arrived from another facility in hopes of finding a home sooner at Friendship. He’s a friendly boy that is still a pup and will need some training. Jaws is a lover that is eager to please. If you have lots Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Duke


Duke is a gentle giant. He was surrendered to Friendship because his family had a change in lifestyle. Duke has manners and is house trained. Upon his arrival he was tested and found to be heartworm positive. He has been in a foster home receiving treatment and getting healthy. Duke is now ready to find Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Emmy


Emmy is a bit withdrawn because she doesn’t understand how she ended up in a cage.  She’s always been a good girl and lived with one owner most all of her life.  Unfortunately, her owner is moving.  After Emmy gets accustomed to a new owner she is a cuddler but that will happen when she’s Read More…