Our pets in costume
It's October, which means that some of our (more tolerant) rescue pets are starting to look a bit less like dogs and cats and a bit more like pumpkins, unicorns or 80s heavy metal rockers.
We hope you enjoy this video and want to extend a big thank you to the pet parents who sent in photos.
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Purchasing SAS branded items --like face masks, cozy hoodies, and insulated water bottles--helps us to help more pets AND tells the world that you are a hero for animals.
Shop a big selection of items on our store. Our pets thank you!
Hunter and Roland
When pets come to us with very strong ties to one another, we do everything we can to keep them together! Hunter and Roland are young cats who are about 3 years old and one year old respectively.
These two cats are devoted to each other and are sweet but a bit shy. Hunter is FIV+ but because he is 'a lover not a fighter,' he and Roland are being adopted together.
We have portraits of your pets!
We are lucky to have talented photographers who volunteer 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 email@example.com Let us know your pet's name and when you adopted him or her.
Donations & supplies needed
There are so many ways to help now! In times of financial hardship, we see both an increased demand for pet supplies for community pet owners, and an increased number of pets who became homeless when their owners lose housing or are forced to move. Financial donations help us to help more pets--and even to prevent pets from becoming homeless in the first place.
As a busy shelter, we also always need supplies-- everything from pet food and toys to cleaning supplies and paper towels. Every bit helps--and we are so grateful to our very generous community.
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 if completed and emailed back to the shelter, will earn 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.