Adoption Center now open Tuesdays, too

With the busy season approaching, our Adoption Center is now open Tuesday through Saturday from 11am to 4pm. Closed Sundays and Mondays.

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Kitty adoptions this Sat 11-3pm

Take us home!

Take us home!

This Sat, April 23, from 11am to 3pm, visit the Safe Haven Adoption Center and meet 12 young kittens who are (or will soon be) ready for adoption.

The Delightful Dozen are from three different litters. Only four are available for adoption immediately. The others will need another week or so to finish weaning and getting their vaccinations and neutering. Worth waiting for!

If you’re one of the many who have always wanted to adopt a young, young kitty, here’s your chance!

Our Adoption Center is on Rt 1, Wells. Our driveway is right next to the Wells Library. Get a head start by filling out our online adoption application and bring it with you,

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Is Blackie’s future as dark as his coat?

BlackieBeautiful Blackie (photo) is pure black with glowing eyes. He was abandoned at our adoption center, with a note saying they couldn’t afford him anymore and that he needed special food to stay healthy. Poor Blackie.

Imagine how he must have felt, left behind outside, locked in a carrier, in an unfamiliar place, watching his family drive away forever.

Luckily he was left at OUR door.

When Safe Haven volunteers looked inside the carrier and saw his sad face, we fell in love on the spot. Blackie’s medical condition is easily controlled with a diet of ProPlan canned food, so he’s fine and healthy again.

Blackie was already adopted once, but they ignored his diet requirements. Due to health issues, he was returned to us.

So dear Blackie has already had two homes in his life. He’s overdue to find his forever person, and enjoy the security and love that only come from a responsible and loving home.

Blackie is happy and healthy, only 5-6 years old, very sweet and lovable. He’s easy to handle and would be fine in a home with cat-friendly children. Because Blackie requires a special diet, it would be easiest if he could be an only kitty, to prevent him from sneaking other kitties’ food.

He’s waiting to see you at our adoption center. Please visit and fall in love! Adoption Center hours are 11-4pm Wed-Sat, 1420 Post Rd, next to Wells Library 646-1611.

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Clothing clearance: fill a bag for $5, 3 bags for $10

Safe Haven Thrift Shop clothing clearance sale continues. Shoppers love finding fresh clothing for their families.

Racks are restocked daily. Fill one bag for $5, or three bags for $10.

Beautiful coats and jackets are also on sale for $1 each. Shoes, kids toys, and books are half price.

If you’re a true bargain hunter, our shop is your kind of place! We’re located in the IGA Wells plaza on Rt 1.

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Hannaford Helps Safe Haven. Will you?

Only two weeks left to visit the Wells Hannaford before March 31 and purchase a blue Hannaford Helps bag with the good karma message.

For each bag purchased, Safe Haven receives a $1 donation to support our No-Kill mission. We’re grateful to Hannaford for helping raise much-needed revenue to provide loving care and rescue for our communities’ homeless felines.

Please show your support for Safe Haven. Tell friends and coworkers, and consider buying several bags before the deadline.

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Thrift Shop Hours

Thrift Shop hours: Tues, Wed, Fri, Sun 11-5pm. 12-5 Thurs. Sat 11-6pm.

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“Feral” Kitties Freely Roam Local Shop!

If you’ve visited our thrift store lately, you’ve seen our three latest Scaredy Cat School graduates. They’re now working on their Master’s Degree by wandering around our shop, meeting and greeting shoppers.

Jackie-kittiesThese three are purr-fect examples of how feral cats can become social and lovable when they’re given time, love and patience. We taught them to trust people, and now in turn, these remarkable “formerly feral” kitties are teaching the public the truth about feral cats. They now greet visitors, and get patted and praised in return.

When shoppers discover the lovable ball of fluff they’re petting used to be feral, they sometimes withdraw their hand in concern. When they’re told about the training we give them in Scaredy Cat School and they see how lovable they have become, they discover the truth — that most feral cats actually can be socialized after all, and are worthy of love and care.

Discover the truth for yourself. Come visit!   … pleeze bring treets!

(Hey, who added that part about bringing treats? Don’t tell me the cats can use computers now???)

Thrift Shop winter hours: Tues, Wed, Fri, Sun 11-5pm. 12-5 Thurs. Sat 11-6pm. 1517 Post Rd, Wells, next to IGA Supermarket.

Adoption Center winter hours: 11-4pm Wed-Sat, 1420 Post Rd, next to Wells Library 646-1611

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