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ORGANIZATION: SafeHaven Humane Society

  • 1 person is interested

Temporarily caring for an animal in your home. This includes underage kittens and puppies, pregnant and nursing animals, fearful/undersocialized animals, longtime residents, animals recovering from a medical procedure, etc. Ask for a Foster Care Application if interested! Being a foster parent is extremely rewarding and impactful. Foster parents are always needed, and our team is here to support you throughout the process.

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About SafeHaven Humane Society


32220 Old Hwy 34, Tangent, OR 97389, US

Mission Statement

SafeHaven Humane Society, located in the mid-Willamette Valley of Oregon is dedicated to finding permanent, loving homes for all animals entrusted in their care. As a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, SafeHaven’s mission is to help residents of their communities be the best humane beings they can be by providing compassionate, temporary shelter care, healthy adoptable animals, information, understanding and education, and spay and neuter programs for each animal in its care. MISSION Finding Homes, Opening Hearts, and Educating Minds to strengthen and improve the lives of animals and people. VISION We envision a community where every adoptable, treatable companion animal has a loving home and where every loving home has the opportunity to care for a companion animal. VALUES We are guided by the belief that no adoptable or treatable companion animal should be unnecessarily euthanized due to space, time, appearance or treatable conditions.


SafeHaven is a limited admission shelter that is committed to the philosophy of not using euthanasia to control pet population. Once an animal enters SafeHaven, there is no limit to the amount of time that animal can spend at the facility. Once the shelter is full, however, no new animals can be accepted, thus preventing the current residents from being euthanized to make room for newcomers. It is this policy that differentiates SafeHaven from publicly funded "open admission" facilities. As a no-kill shelter, SafeHaven has pledged to care for the dogs, cats, and small animals in its custody until they find a forever home. With an 11-member Board of Directors, a 40-member paid staff, and over 400 dedicated volunteers, SafeHaven does not receive funding from any governmental agency and relies on their programs, community, and grants to keep their mission going.


Animals, Community


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32220 Old Hwy 34Tangent, OR 97389






  • Must be at least 18
  • Varies. A foster period can vary from 2 weeks-2+ months depending on the animal. You provide the love and we'll provide support, supplies, and all medical care!

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