What We Do

We provide shelter, medical care, rehabilitation, spay & neuter services and re-homing opportunities for thousands of abused, neglected, injured, and abandoned animals every year. Over the next five years, we will work to achieve more sustainable funding, so we can continue to grow our capacity and fundraising capabilities, improve our advocacy and education programs, and increase our volunteer engagement.

Our governance model, policies, and by-laws continue to evolve and our internal communications are more frequent and relevant, building a more cohesive and consistent environment among all branches. External communications, particularly through social media, have given a ‘face’ to our mission.

Our purpose remains strong, consistent, and clear.