Latest News from the Shelter
We raised enough money to cover both of Meatball’s surgeries. He had surgery on the more severe ear on 4/22 and is doing well. Our little sweetie is doing very well after his surgery at Ridge Hill Animal Hospital in North Haven, performed by Specialist Dr. Pacchiana. Dr. Stewart of Ridge Hill has kept us informed and we thank her and her team for their dedicated care and genuine concern for Meatball. He will be returning to Animal Haven very soon to continue his recovery and after care. Stay tuned for pictures and more updates as they unfold. Click here to learn about Meatball
We’ve got a few great events coming up!
Please help us
It’s been a very expensive year for The Animal Haven. We are conducting food drives to help defray our expenses. Please donate if you can. Learn how to donate by clicking here
A note from the Board or Directors
2013 was a challenging year for The Animal Haven. We have rescued many, many kittens this season and have unfortunately had a number of animals coming in needing medical care that was often very costly. Our vet bills have been astronomical but if we have the room, it is difficult for us to say no to an animal in need. In general, expenses are up and income is down.
How can you help? If you can, here are some ways: Can you spare an extra donation now & then? Add The Animal Haven as a beneficiary in your will. Encourage friends and family to become a member. Donate food and shelter supplies. Run a food & supplies drive at your place of work, school, church. Volunteer your time and services. We are always in need of help at fundraisers and adoption events, and assistance with things like building and property maintenance. Run your own fundraiser for us. Donate something for a raffle or auction prize.
Remember that every little bit helps – every small donation, every bit of time you can give. Anything donated is something we don’t have to pay for. Your donation is not only a tax deduction, but you will have the priceless satisfaction of knowing you have helped needy cats and dogs have a better life!