• December Cat Promotion
  • Adoptable Cats
  • Adoptable Dogs
  • Foster Program
BF Holiday FB
 
“Bring them home for the holidays,” says the life-saving team at The Haven. Throughout the entire month of December, The Haven, who will be partnering with Best Friends, will offer any cat three years and over at the reduced adoption fee of $25. That is a savings of $40!  While everyone usually gravitates towards kittens, often the older cats are overlooked.   However, a playful kitten may be too much for some potential adopters, so a calm cat whose personality is already established may be the best answer for some households. In addition, a family’s existing cat may not readily accept a lively kitten, so they may have more success with an older cat.

Read more...

blockpawty FB
 
With a “quality of life” theme, Country Place Senior Living in Fairhope has partnered with The Haven No-Kill Animal Shelter to host a “Block Pawty” Animal Adoption on Saturday, December 6 from 10am to 2pm. The event is open to the public with the goal of finding life-long loving homes for homeless pets as well as introducing some new and some well-known businesses to the public.

Read more...

November events FB

 

November will be a busy month for The Haven!  On Saturday, November 1 The Haven will hold its monthly adoption event at Pet Supermarket in Daphne, from 11am to 3pm.  They will be on-sight with many wonderful cuddly dogs and cats that will be transported by the Haven’s Mobile Adoption Rescue Unit (MARU) with The Haven’s life-saving team available to help potential adopters find the perfect match for their family.  The following Saturday, Nov. 8, from 11am to 3pm, they will be at their usual "2nd Chances on 2nd Saturday" of the month at PetSmart.  Then, the 501 c(3) no-kill shelter will end the month by joining together with other local animal rescue groups to participate in PetSmart Charities National Adoption Week-end scheduled Friday, November 14 - 16 also held at the Eastern Shore Shopping Plaza from 11am to 3pm. in Spanish Fort.

Read more...

kids
 
Students at Gulf Coast Elementary School are using technology to help a local 501 c(3) animal shelter further its mission of helping the abused, abandoned and neglected animals of Baldwin County. Thanks to 2nd grade teacher, Julie Tassin, the children have been creating shortcuts on their iPads so that they can visit The Haven web page each day. “The children notice when there are new pets up for adoption,” said Tassin, “and know a lot of the pets’ names.” For the past five years, Ms. Tassin’s students have been collaborating with the non-profit creating decorated manila envelopes for the paperwork that each Haven adopter receives.

Read more...