The Fear Free Commitment

Many of you might already know that we are proud to be a designated ‘No Kill Shelter’. This means that we are dedicated to the rehabilitation of even less adoptable pets, helping them to overcome behavioral and medical issues...

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Overcoming Staff Shortages

It likely does not come as a surprise that our local Ellsworth Area currently struggles with a staffing shortage, and unfortunately the shelter has felt these effects as well. Overcoming this challenge, and the related consequences, becomes acutely sensitive when animals and families depend on our operation.

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The Shelter’s New Look!

Previous Next It's been nearly 20 years since the Shelter has had a fresh coat of paint, and as you can imagine we were beginning to wear around the edges! Thus we were so excited when a passionate volunteer Lori Verwey approached our director and expressed that she wanted to spearhead a painting project and give us a fresh new look. Not only was Lori offering to donate her time, but also all the paint and materials.Lori, and several other dedicated volunteers, came after hours…

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Open for Visits Again!

Earlier this month, we changed our road sign to indicate we were open for visitors to come walk in and meet our available cats, and the response has been HUGELY positive.

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