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Posted by: | Posted on: May 2, 2022

Posted by: | Posted on: April 22, 2022

Kitten season is here! Can you help?

Kitten season is rapidly approaching and we are in desperate need of fosters as well as supplies! We already have 32 kittens in foster care! If you are interested in joining our foster team, please click HERE! If you can’t foster but want to help in other ways, we are always appreciate of any donations. Below is a direct link to our Amazon Wishlist, but we accept similar items as well! 
https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/QJ50X8N5P4FH?ref_=wl_share

Posted by: | Posted on: April 21, 2022

Hurry! Time’s Running Out to Get Your Party Pass!

Posted by: | Posted on: April 14, 2022

Holiday Closing

Posted by: | Posted on: March 31, 2022

In need of small animal supplies

Our main focus at the Animal Shelter is on caring for dogs and cats, with the occasional small animal brought in. With the 17 guinea pigs from last summer and the 9 rabbits we have taken in so far this year, our budget for small animal supplies has taken massive hits over the last 9 months. We depend heavily on donations to help provide the best care these small animals need and we are hoping you can help. We are asking for donations of food and bedding to help us care for these little ones. Please go to our Amazon wishlist, www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/QJ50X8N5P4FH/ref=nav_wishlist_lists_1, for a list of needed supplies if you are able to help us.

Adam and Steve are our most recent rabbits we have up for adoption. These 2 cuties are both boys and have a deep bromance going on. We would like to place them together, but they would be okay going to separate homes. Adam is 6 years old and he is neutered. Steve is 3 years old, not neutered, and will need regular grooming. He came in terribly matted and we did our best trying to get the worst of the matts out. Both Adam and Steve are up for adoption. Their adoption fee is $10 each or both for $15. The adopters will need to provide a cage for them. They are happy being housed together as long as it gives them both plenty of space.