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We are pleased to announce that we are over halfway to our goal! Your generous donations to help Deano now total $550.00. Deano is now at a wonderful foster home, where he is receiving the best of care.
Deano’s foster mom sent us photo and video updates. The photo on the left is “Deano at home”. We thought you would enjoy the Deano video, below.
DOLLARS FOR DEANO
Deano is a young, friendly, loving black cat who came to us with a serious open fracture. We arranged a pony express transport on a busy Friday night to get him to our wonderful vet, who waited late for him to arrive.
Deano is doing well, having his splint changed frequently to prevent infection. While we initially thought he might need surgery, a series of x-rays gave us hope that his leg will heal on its own. Deano is a great patient — purring and kneading and making friends during the ten days he has been at the clinic.
Even with the remarkable generosity of our vet, the long hospital stay and lots of treatment, X-rays, and splints will result in a sizable bill. We are hoping to raise $1,000 to help cover the cost of his care. He is just the sort of cat we all feel privileged to help, and we would like to ask for your help, as well. If you would like to help Deano, please mail a donation to us at PFOA, PO Box 404, Sequim, WA 98382 (note Deano on the envelope) or click the Donate button at the top of this page.
SEE US (AND OUR POTHOLDERS)
at the Sequim Open Aire Market on Sept 6, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
RAINBOW AND HER BROTHERS
need volunteers with computer/office skills, and cat/kitten cuddlers
How many? The sky’s the limit!
Contact us at 452-0414
Meet Tippy, Safe Haven’s mascot and Facebook Administrator!
Peninsula Friends of Animal’s shelter and headquarters, Safe Haven, is located between Sequim and Port Angeles on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula in Washington state. We list cats, kittens and a few dogs available for adoption on a regular basis. The shelter has many wonderful cats, all with their own personalities. And right now there are some especially loving, friendly, purring pets who would love nothing more than to be a part of someone’s family.
Animals at Safe Haven enjoy life in big, airy playrooms with large outdoor patio enclosures, but they all yearn for a home of their own where they can curl up in a lap and snuggle with a loving human.
Please check back often to see new animals as they become available. Just click on the “Adoptable Cats” or “Adoptable Kittens” menu item under the “ADOPTIONS” heading.
We run a monthly spay/neuter clinic for the pets of low-income community residents. Learn much more by exploring our website and signing up for monthly Pet Tidings newsletters and volunteer activities. And if you have more questions, or would like to contribute in some way, please feel free to call Safe Haven at 360-452-0414 and leave us a message.
Our peaceful pond at Safe Haven