August 18th 2021
Dine Out for Dogs & Cats is a fun way to help homeless pets!
Simply dine (or order take out) at a participating restaurant on Wednesday, August 18th and your meal will help the thousands of pets whose lives we transform each year.
Plus, you'll meet a formerly homeless canine "ambassador" at each restaurant from 5:30 - 7pm that night. Restaurants:
Corner Stop Eatery, Cohasset
Jake's Seafood, Hull
TKO Malley's, Scituate
September 27th, 2021
Putt for Pets - 2021 SAS Golf Classic This tournament to benefit our animals will take place at Scituate's Hatherly Country Club. This lovely private club features an 18-hole, old-style links course that is widely considered one of the region's premier courses.
Not a golfer? Join us later for a fun evening with drinks and dinner. Mingle with friends and participate in our silent auction.
We look forward to seeing you on the links!
We have portraits of your pets!
We are lucky to have talented photographers who volunteer their time to take wonderful portraits of the pets who stay with us.
If you adopted from us in the past 8-10 years, we probably have photos of your pet.
We sell these photos (digital prints or actually photos) for $5 a piece as a donation to help future pets find homes.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Let us know your pet's name and when you adopted him or her.
Schedule a tour for your group!
Until we can welcome you back in person, we we'd love to give your group a virtual tour.
Learn about what an animal shelter does and see some of the adoptable animals who are waiting for new homes. Tours include a do-at-home activity or project which earns participants a Hero to Homeless Animals certificate. Your project might also be posted on our Facebook page or website!
Great for Scouts, Clubs, classes or other groups. Tours are given via Zoom and can be scheduled at a mutually convenient time.
Rabbits make great pets.
While most of the pets we adopt are cats and dogs, we also find homes for dozens of rabbits each year.
Rabbits make wonderful pets: they thrive with human attention and can be house trained. We only adopt rabbits to families who will commit to keeping them indoors, not in a cage. We recommend in a baby-gated area of a laundry room, for example.