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Safe Haven

Peninsula Friends of Animals is a cageless, no-kill, nonprofit animal welfare group located on the beautiful North Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.

We provide temporary shelter, veterinary care and spay/neutering for rescued cats and dogs, which are fostered until permanent homes can be found. We have spayed and neutered more than 7000 cats and dogs to date, with 862 of those in 2012. In 13 years, we have managed to alter almost 1200 felines by way of our Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program. We have adopted out more than 1,800 animals from Safe Haven, our adoption center.

The buildings at Safe Haven currently includes a 65-cat adoption center/shelter, isolation building, special needs trailer, and pole barn which are currently occupied by offices and rescuees. Barker House has recently been put into use for some of our special needs cats. Future plans include a new shelter, lifetime care and emergency center, and a memorial wall.

Barker House




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