City of Faith-Little Rock has continued their efforts at the Little Rock Animal Village. “We are so thankful for the men and woman who give up their Saturdays to help out,” said City Director Joan Adcock. COF-LR staff took a tour of the LR Animal Village facility to see all the progress achieved by the resident’s hard work. “I was truly amazed and what they have done,” said Deputy Executive Director Terry Williams. COF-LR residents wash the linens used for the animal beds, clear our wooded areas for future dog parks, repair kennels, walk the dogs, and feed the goat. That’s correct, LR Animal Village has collected and is now housing a goat. “We take in any animal that is roaming the streets of our great city and could potentially hard someone or themselves,” stated Adcock. The LR Animal Village also facilitates children’s birthday parties where the children get to play with the animals, feed the animals, and learn about how to care for injured animals. The LR Animal Village has a fulltime veterinarian and organizes adoptions for their “residents”. The LR Animal Village is always looking for additional volunteers and citizens to adopt the loving animals. Contact the LR Animal Village at 501-376-3067.