About Brother Wolf
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue provides the resources and lifesaving programs to build No-Kill communities.
Founded in 2007, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue believes in enhancing the lives of companion animals and the people who love them. We work across county lines with the goal of saving the greatest number of lives possible through strategic, creative, and impactful programming.
Through adoption and pet retention programs, two low-cost mobile spay and neuter clinics, lifesaving shelter transfer partnerships, extensive volunteer and foster networks, and a trap-neuter-return program for community cats, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue impacts the lives of thousands of animals each year in the Western North Carolina region.
We operate an adoption center in the heart of Asheville where you can meet your next best friend. On our campus you’ll also find our thrift store and retail store whose proceeds help fund our lifesaving programs. We are a community-based organization and rely on the generosity of our donors to continue our impactful work for animals as we receive no government funding. We know that together we can create a kinder world. Join us!
Location & Hours
Adoption Center Address:
31 Glendale Avenue
Asheville NC, 28803
PO Box 8195
Asheville NC, 28814
Adoption Center Hours:
Tuesday: 11AM – 6PM
Wednesday: 11AM – 6PM
Thursday: 11AM – 6PM
Friday: 11AM – 6PM
Saturday: 11AM – 6PM
Phone: (828) 505-3440
101: Adopt a Pet / Surrender an Animal / General Questions
103: Executive Director
104: Behavioral Counseling
105: Monetary Donation Information
106: Second Chances Thrift Store
107: Brother Wolf Re-Tail Store
108: Volunteer Engagement Manager
108: Community Cats
110: Human Resources
111: Director of Operations
114: Director of Sales and Marketing
Questions? We’d love to hear from you!
If you have any additional questions, comments, or ideas you would like to discuss, please email us at email@example.com.
Executive Director, Leah Craig Fieser
Leah Craig has a deep passion for saving the lives of animals in need. She began to pursue animal rescue professionally while in college, where she earned a B.A. in Communications as well as minors in Nonprofit Studies and Animal Science. Leah Craig has worked in the nonprofit sector since 2009. Throughout her career, Leah Craig has gained diverse experience in marketing, fundraising, leadership, and communications. She is glad to use these skills to support Brother Wolf’s lifesaving work. Read more about what called Leah Craig to this work and her role as Executive Director of Brother Wolf in the blog post below.