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Here’s a peek at the Safe Haven Facebook page. LOTS of activity and “awww-some” photos over there. Unfortunately, the photos don’t come through here! But have patience — we’re working on it!

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Instead of being on the menu, these turkeys got their own Thanksgiving feast.

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Safe Haven loves it when we have children involved in helping our kitties. Katelyn and Kelsey celebrated their 9th birthday by making fleece blankets with all their friends just for Safe Haven's kitty's! Then to make it all the more fun, they brought them to our center to give them personally to our wonderful kitties!!! Way to go Katelyn and Kelsey and all your dear talented friends and a very Happy Birthday to you both!

These blankets will be a wonderful gift to our kitties as they are so soft and snuggley! Kitties love to "knead" with their paws on soft blankies and the design of the fabric and great colors will really add a splash of "HAPPY" to the kitties' rooms!

Thank you so much!!!!!
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Please consider helping Safe Haven raise money by donating $20 and getting a license plate holder. Please do this in person at our shelter or our store as we are unable to ship them (no time, and too much money to ship). So if you come to our store at the plaza at 1517 Post Road between the IGA and the Sherwin Williams, or to our shelter at 1420 Post Road next to the Wells Public Library, you can give a $20 donation and get a free Safe Have license plate holder while they last! Thank you so much for your help in raising needed funds for our shelter! ... See MoreSee Less

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I am most proud of Safe Haven especially when we save a life totally unexpectedly, changing a hopeless situation into a hope-filled and happy one.

That was the case yesterday when a kitty's life was being evaluated at the vet office. The kitty lay there with fearful eyes as it's future was being discussed. I can't even imagine the anxiety and fear and stress this kitty was feeling..

Her owner was 95 years old and could no longer care for her. She had her since she was a kitten. She told the vet the kitty was 21 but in reality, the records showed the kitty was 17 1/2 years old. (still a youngster...lol!!)

With on one wanting this kitty her life was in the balance. She was healthy, and even her teeth were in good condition. Euthanisia seemed to be the only things to do. . . Luckily the vets reached out to Safe Haven who happened to be there with one of our kitties, and Su Su was accepted by us. Another one saved!!!

Her name is SuSu. She is lovely, and we are her family now. She stayed at the vet overnight to have her complete check up and will be living at our center in Wells.

Please encourage all family members of elderly loved ones to make plans for their kitties so they don't end up euthanized at vet offices because there is no place for them to go.

And please help support Safe Haven Humane Society in every way you can so we can continue with our life saving mission.

Thank you!
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