We are looking for sponsors for two kitties that need a home. We can provide them lifetime care but need monetary support with their daily care and vet costs. Pictured below: Baby and Tigra! Any amount is appreciated! We know there are lots of organizations you can help, so we are grateful for your consideration.
Our Community Outreach Program exists to help pet owners keep their pets.
If you or someone you know is considering giving their dog or cat to the shelter or placing an ad on Craig’s List, Facebook Marketplace, or just can’t handle them any more, please contact us, we may be able to help.
We currently have small grants available for the following items:
If you are experiencing stress and find that it gets in the way of you caring for your pets, let us know. We offer a confidential, safe place to talk about what you are experiencing in order to figure out solutions.
We have toolkits available to help with managing stress.
Sometimes, our stress and anger is complicated and begins to hurt those around us. If you are having trouble handling your emotions and you are lashing out, yelling, or hurting others in your family, your pets, or friends we can help you find the right person to talk with.
If you are a first-time pet owner, are having a hard time finding information related to your breed or need to know how to handle difficult pet behaviors, we will provide education and pet specific information to help you provide the best possible home for your cat or dog.
Providing spay and neuter services to your pet is critical. Not only does it help reduce the number of homeless animals, but it is very important for your pet’s physical and behavioral health.
Currently we do not have funding available to help you in this very important area. We hope to secure funding in the very near future.
If you are certain you cannot keep your pet and are not interested or able to participate in our community outreach program, please click on the link below for help rehoming your pet.