Our facility is here to take in lost animals and help them find their way home but that is not the only thing we do. We help the unclaimed animals find a new home and we also take surrenders for people who come into the unfortunate situation of needing to re-home their animals.
As a shelter we like to have as many ways as possible for animals to have the best chance at finding the right home for them. A couple of these programs are the Senior Dog Project and the Bite Club. These programs come with great opportunities for animals but with those opportunities does come a monetary cost, here is where our gracious public comes in. Your donations are a huge help and go a long way to making our shelter a true home in between homes.
BY THE NUMBERS!
Fiscal Year July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021:
Total Actual Income: $473,838.52 (Budgeted: $352,145.00.)
Grant Income: $193,097.14
Government : $58,999.90
Public Support: $112,923.46
Restricted Contributions: $15,510.00 (Spay/Neuter etc)
Shelter Ops Income: $43,093.40
Total Actual Expenses: $476,543.75 (Budgeted: $482,613.00. Expenses $6,069.25 under budget)
Operating Loss: $12,705.23
Major Expense Breakdown:
Building Expense: $3,484.07
Fundraising Costs: $7,233.55
Grant Expenses: $1,972.04
Office Expenses: $16,710.20
Operating Supplies: $22,062.43 (Cat Litter, Cleaning Supplies, Microchips etc)
Restricted Expenses: $55,748.86 (Spay/ Neuter certs, Stray to Service, Bite Club, etc.)
Veterinarian Meds and Supplies: $19,127.69
Payroll: $295,223.33 (includes part time Veterinarian and Vet Techs)
Number of employees: 15
Full Time Employees: 7
We are a 501C3 Non-Profit.
Tax ID: 83-0211418
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What your donations help us achieve!
5 one day old puppies were brought into the shelter on October 7th at closing. They were in a plastic bucket with no towel or blanket. They were so cold their temp didn't register. Our staff rushed into action! Heating pads were gathered and puppies were held on our stomachs and rubbed to get them warm. They are being fostered by our staff as we take turns feeding them through the night. This doesn't mean they will live. But it won't be for lack of trying. This work is ALL about the animals. It wouldn't happen without the people.
Four of the puppies are still putting up a good fight! Unfortunately, we lost one little guy last night, but not for lack of trying. That he passed warm and with a full belly is of some comfort. Fingers crossed for the other four. Our staff is putting in round-the-clock work into saving these pups. We still have a long way to go, but they are putting up a great fight! This truly is a group effort.
Remember the day-old puppies that came to us a few weeks ago?? They turned 6 weeks old!🥳 All are healthy and thriving, and we are even starting to see their personalities now! This was definitely a team effort and we can't wait to see them keep growing. Thanks for all the support and well wishes, they definitely worked!!!
All 4 of the remaining puppies have found their furever homes!!
Press on and slide through to watch the progress from one day old to adopted!
Thank you so much to our community who have done so much for us.