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Category Archives: Cat rescue
As you probably know, Safe Haven has no paid staff. Our shelter and store are worked by dedicated unpaid volunteers who are devoted to the animals we save. We’re thankful to each and every one of them. Their hard work … Continue reading
In this bitter cold, please keep your eyes open for stray kitties. If you see one, please provide shelter (straw is best), water and food, and call for help. This weather is literally a killer for felines who are lost, … Continue reading
We’re heartbroken to learn that a tiny kitten named Charlotte died this week. The last survivor of a litter of three, we’d hoped that Charlotte would survive. Her mother Fern certainly gave her lots of TLC, but all three kittens’ … Continue reading
Our No-Kill rescue provides a lifetime sanctuary for kitties with health conditions that require either long-term or hospice care. We care for kitties with heart disease and cancer, kitties who stop eating due to injury, stress or depression, even those … Continue reading
Boots, an 11-year-old Chicago-area cat, is headed to her new home in a no-kill shelter. Her life was spared thanks to a probate judge last week. Boots’ owner, Georgia Lee Dvorak, died recently. In her 1988 will, she stipulated that any cat or cats … Continue reading
Ever wonder why the people in animal rescue do what we do? Watch this video and see for yourself the tremendous emotional rewards we get. (Be sure to watch to the very end. It’s really touching!) Why not join our … Continue reading