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We Need Your Help


 The Haven houses around 100 animals at any given time.  

We always need a lot of help from our friends in the community and region. 


We thank those of you who have been there for us over the years, 

and we invite other new Haven friends to join us in helping the animals.

 Please click on Financial Gifts to the left to donate to the Haven. 

 Please click on Wish List to the left to explore other needs of the Haven.


If you wish to volunteer your time at the Haven, 

click Volunteering at the Haven 

to find out about pledging your energies and talents to help the animals.

Huge thanks to Raising Canes for their donation!!!

The Haven would like to thank Raising Cane's once again 

for their generous donation to our animals. 

Raising Cane's has been a supporter of the Haven for an extended period of time 

and we appreciate their support in our efforts 

to speak for animals that cannot speak for themselves!

Thank You Raising Canes

The Haven would like to thank Raising Cane's for their generous donation of $1,398.34. 

We are so appreciative of the help that they provide to their local shelters 

and are proud to partner with such an amazing group of people!

Raising Canes Continues to Help the Haven

We want to thank Raising Canes again for the adoptathon/fundraiser last Saturday! 
Their staff was great to work with and our animals and volunteers had a great time! 
Thank you for your continued support of our efforts to save the lives of animals. 
--Dr. Brenda Wilbanks

Thank You Raising Canes!!!

We would like to thank Raising Cane's for the wonderful donation to our shelter.  
We thank them for their continued efforts to help us in our work 
of saving the lives of helpless, abandoned, and forgotten animals!

-Dr. Brenda Wilbanks