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RAINBOW GIRLS DELIVER CAT FOOD DRIVE DONATIONS
On May 30, the Rainbow organization sponsored a cat food drive at the Sequim Petco on behalf of Peninsula Friends of Animals. They collected over 100 pounds of canned and dry food as a service project for the rescue cats and kittens.
Pictured above, from left to right: Danette Grady, PFOA Executive Director; Kimmie Pruitt, PFOA Shelter Manager, with PFOA Spokescat, Tippy; Miranda Cays and Cortney Gosset representing Rainbow. The two Rainbow young ladies are delivering the proceeds of the cat food drive to Peninsula Friends of Animals.
Rainbow is a Masonic based organization. It teaches life skills including service to others, running business meetings, how to make and apply a budget, and how to plan and carry plans through to hold successful events. In short, “Rainbow prepares girls for life.”
THANK YOU TO HARBINGER WINERY
PFOA thanks Harbinger Winery for sponsoring our fundraising event, “Feline Fine at Harbinger Wine”, on July 11. A great time was had by all, and our rescue kitties thank you!
GO FUND ME CAMPAIGN
Hi. Tippy here. We have a new way for people to donate to PFOA, to help all of us kitties! It’s called the gofundme campaign. Click here to go to our page.
WE HAVE T-SHIRTS!
We have a number of t-shirts featuring our own Staff Supervisor and Facebook Administrator, Tippy, and more “Barky t-shirts” that have been very popular over the last two years! Click your favorite’s name (below) to display the order form:
THANKS FOR A SUCCESSFUL CATNIP & SIP!
A big “thank you” to everyone who made our first tea and fashion show, Catnip & Sip, such a success. We raised over $6,000 for the rescue animals! This could not have been so successful without the participation of all of the volunteer help from the community and from our own volunteers.
IN MEMORIAM – OUR TRIXIE
When Trixie came to Safe Haven a short six months ago, she was literally starved to death. Even more disturbing was her emotional detachment. She lay quietly in her cage with her face pressed to a corner, eating but not responding to any of us. After much good food, fluids and great vet care, she was able to greet us with a tiny little “meow.” She had a home and family to love her this past Christmas. When the days grew warmer, volunteers would take her out to enjoy the sunshine. We all knew Trixie would not be with us long, and on the afternoon of March 11, she crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. She will be very much missed by all of us at PFOA who cared for her and loved her.
A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU
With great appreciation to the Ben & Myrtle Walkling Memorial Trust for their generous award toward the purchase of a wood storage shed to store animal carriers for community animals in the event of a disaster or emergency.
CREATIVE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
Looking for a creative way to volunteer, and help animals, all at the same time? This opportunity is for you!
The Potholder Ladies are having a hard time keeping up with the demand for our Purr-fect Potholders and we desperately need quilters/seamstresses/sewers who can help sew the potholders. You can do just quilting or make the complete potholder sets in your own home.
If you have some time to donate, some sewing experience and a sewing machine, please call Carol Gearey @ 360-457-1605 or email her at email@example.com for more information. We will train you and provide you with all fabric. You will need to provide some thread and possible a few quilting tools.
RAINBOW AND HER BROTHERS
ARE NOW IN THEIR VERY OWN FOREVER HOMES!
They would like you to know that the kitties who have not yet been adopted could really benefit from cat/kitten cuddlers, and volunteers with computer/office skills.
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