AU$165.00raised of AU$15,000.00 goal goal
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As an Happy Paws Haven supporter, we really need your help.
Please DONATE today! Our vet bill is up at $15,000!!
We have been helping some families in crisis! escaping from domestic violence with no where to have their pets with them!
Our BSB is 633-000 and the account No. is 130786031. The Account Name is Happy Paws Haven. The account is with the Bendigo Bank, South Grafton Branch.
or you can SMS HELP to 0409732152 to donate $5.
Tiny puppies are rescued from back yard breeders, we endeavour to desex mum too! Cats and kittens are rescued from those who are unable to feed or care for them anymore.. the rescue is often the start of a long journey with the animals that we save—a journey that goes from veterinary emergency care to behavioural rehabilitation, and, ultimately, to adoption into a loving home.
As a matter of fact, animal adoption is one of the things we do best. We have found wonderful homes for over 110 dogs and cats so far this year who might never have known the love of a family if it weren’t for your support.
People often ask us what makes Happy Paws Haven different. Is it our unwavering dedication to each and every animal that comes through our doors? Or the fact that our animals are not in cat cages or traditional kennels? Instead they have room to play and run all day! or is it that we only euthanaise on severe medical grounds or when an animal is dangerous? These things make us proud, the truth is that none of our life-saving work would be possible without the support of people like you!
Please help us continue!!
When you donate to the Happy Paws Haven today, you can help us continue the good work that we are doing. From emergency rescue all the way through to adoption, we can be there for animals every step of the way. Please make a gift right now.
Dameka is on the mend!Update posted by Sally Rogers at 06:23 am
Dameka is home and recovering well! It was touch and go for a while! It is hard to keep a good woman down! She is back wishing me good morning and will have an X-ray soon to see if everything is mending well! Here she is in my office sleeping
Help us Help BrentonUpdate posted by Sally Rogers at 03:57 am
Our Next Challenge is little baby Brenton the French Mastiff or Dogue de Bordeaux who is approx.. 4 weeks old!He has a large hernia and an oesophageal dilation at the thoracic inlet which is a very unusual problem to find in a mammal of any type let alone for a
We have a very special girl, dameka, who was hit by a car Yesterday!Update posted by Sally Rogers at 06:04 am
Dameka came to us as her owner had committed suicide, his family had taken here in but she kept escaping to find her way back home to wait for him to return. On one of the expeditions she was picked up by a volunteer and bought to Happy Paws Haven.. . . . .