Morris said the group has adopted out hundreds of dogs in the Chickasha area and surrounding communities in less than three months, including 70 dogs during a free adoption week when the group had just formed.
She said now the City of Chickasha has jumped on board with their program, and has a spay and neuter program and now buying food for animals.
Last week, Friends for Change held an adoption fair called Bark in the Park in Chickasha, with much success, adopting out 28 animals to area residents.
For more information on volunteering with Friends Fur Change and how to adopt animals, call Fran Morris at (405) 222-9866.
The shelter is open 1 to 5 p.m., Tuesday to Friday, and 1 to 4 p.m., Saturday.