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Mission Statement

Happy Endings is a non-profit, no kill organization that has been in existence since 1994. It is run solely by volunteers. Our mission is to find permanent homes for strays, abused or unwanted animals that are either brought in to us or rescued off the street.

Description

Happy Endings provides a safe haven for feral, stray, abused, neglected and or critically injured cats. We nurse those who are sick back to health and provide a home for all cats until they are ready to be adopted. ll of our adult cats are spayed and/or neutered before they are adopted.

Happy Endings is an all donation all volunteer run organization. If you would like to donate money or items - our Wish List is below. Monitary donations are always welcome - we spend over $70,000/year on medical bills.

FUN FACTS

Every month our cats eat:

  • over 300 lbs. of dry food
  • 150 cans of canned food
  • 150 lbs. of special diet food and
  • use over 800 lbs. of litter is used every month

Donation drives, car washes or other fundraising events are welcome. Please e-mail MediaRelations@HappyEndings.us if you require any specific information or have questions.

Website

http://www.HappyEndings.us

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Reviews

Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend Happy Endings No Kill Cat Shelter?

by Stephanie T. (October 9, 2009)
Happy Endings is a wonderful organization that focuses solely on the welfare and well-being of every cat that passes through their door and will do everything in their power to meet the individual needs of every cat that is housed there. They work with the public as best as they can - Answering questions, listening to comments and concerns and helping adopt out their wonderful cats into equally wonderful homes. Everyone is welcome to visit. This includes children of all ages as well. But sometimes, children can become loud or rambunctious and may even try to stick their fingers in a cage. When that happens this prompts the volunteers to voice their concerns for the child's safety, kindly asking them to be careful and not touch. Some cats at the shelter are shy or scared and need a quiet household, some are not child friendly (which is circled on their card) and some may bite when this occurs. Regardless, all of their cats are great in different ways. So stop in and see!
by Camila and Nicolas L. from Milwaukee, WI (September 3, 2009)
They are not very friendly or welcoming to parents/youth under 8 years of age.
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