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To end animal cruelty.
Pasado’s Safe Haven is one of the premier animal rescue organizations in the United States, dedicated to 24-hour rescue and rehabilitation of dogs, cats and farm animals. Located on 85 pastoral and wooded acres one hour northeast of Seattle, Washington, the sanctuary is home to hundreds of dogs, cats, cows, chickens, ducks, goats, turkeys, pigs, and donkeys. Most arrived from abuse or neglect and now live out their lives in peace.
Pierce County Spay Station:
Pasado’s Safe Haven is dedicated to new and vigorous methods to reduce pet overpopulation. Pasado’s Safe Haven operates The Spay Station, the first mobile spay/neuter clinic in Washington State. This state-of-the-art "clinic on wheels" offers free spay/neuter services to the pets of low-income, to whom most unwanted litters of dogs and cats are born.
Pierce County Pet Food Bank:
In combination with our Spay Station program in Pierce County, Pasado’s has a Pet Food Bank Incentive program. We are partnering with local "human" food banks to distribute donated dog and cat food to less fortunate companion animals. The guardians must agree to spay and neuter any unaltered animals within the household to participate in the program.
Pasado’s Safe Haven is non-profit charitable organization, incorporated in the State Of Washington, we are a 501 (c) 3 charity, EIN #91-1843707.