Tell us a bit about your Nonprofit?
What does your Nonprofit offer, and how long have you been around?
We officially became a nonprofit on August 7, 2017. Unfortunately, we started out with grander thoughts of what we would be able to do (helping every animal seen lose in Yamhill County). In March of 2018 we saw that we were exhausted and needed to reorganize our focus. We continued to help behind the scenes with scanning, trapping and reuniting pets. Slowly, we regrouped and decided our focus would be fostering, surrenders, 10-day quarantines, trapping, foster to adopt, chip readers to scan pets, pet holds until owners are found, trapping for scared and running animals, and provide community members and their pets funding to assist with veterinary bills, pet food, euthanasia, chipping, impound fees, pet supplies and spaying/neutering.