From ARF, a Warm and Fuzzy Look at 2018

Among the animals in the 2018 ARF yearbook are, clockwise from top left, Frankie, adopted in May; Reina, adopted in April; Grizabella, adopted in October, and Shadow, adopted in May. Francine Fleischer Photos

The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons has released its first annual yearbook. The nonprofit organization rescues abandoned cats and dogs domestically and internationally, offering them sanctuary until more permanent homes can be found.

The yearbook includes portraits of ARF rescues and alums taken by the photographer Francine Fleischer, whose work has been featured in publications such as Vanity Fair, Italian Vogue, and Conde Nast Traveler. Ms. Fleischer lives with her own ARF alum, Ginger Love.

The yearbook has been released in conjunction with the nonprofit's social media campaign, #arfrescuelove, which uses Instagram, Facebook, and other media platforms to further spread the ARF's message and the stories of the animals it rescues.

One is Scarlett, a Chihuahua featured on both the ARF Instagram page and in the yearbook. Scarlett arrived from South Carolina with obvious weakness in her two back legs. An X-ray quickly revealed that she had a B.B. gun pellet lodged in her spine, but the surgery to remove the pellet was found to be too risky. Scarlett's new surroundings have helped lift her spirits and health. In October, Scarlett found her forever home on Long Island. She is one of 1,287 cats and dogs rescued by ARF this year.

More portraits of adopted and adoptable dogs and cats can be found in the ARF yearbook, which is on sale for $25 at the ARF adoption center on Daniel's Hole Road in East Hampton, at the ARF Thrift Shop in Sagaponack, or online.