Animals with New Families 2020 Year to Date: 349
Cats - 257, Dogs - 92
Animals with New Families 2019 - 355
Cats - 119, Dogs - 106, Kittens - 119, Puppies - 11
194 Shepard Road
Waverly, NY 14892
(607) 565 - 2859
Our Winter Hours:
Sunday, Monday, Thursday Closed
Stray Haven Humane Society and SPCA is seeking a member who is an Accountant, with some knowledge of nonprofit financials to serve on the board of directors. Board members are responsible for setting strategic goals for the non-profit organization, while at the same time, actively participating in those goals.
If you have good character, a strong commitment to the cause, and a business/financial background, please consider applying for a board position with Stray Haven Humane Society & SPCA.
For more information regarding this opportunity, please contact our Executive Director, Jen Woodard-Reynolds. Jen@StrayHavenSPCA.com. Thank you.
Stray Haven in conjunction with the Tioga County Health Department are hosting a FREE Rabies clinic on November 1st from 12pm to 2pm.
Pre-registration is required!
We are also offering Microchipping for $15.00 and Distemper shots for $15.00.
Pre-Register is now open! Please follow the link to preregister
Stray Haven has been proudly serving Tioga County, NY and the Greater Valley, PA for more than 50 years! Thanks, in no small part, to our amazing volunteers and dedicated staff. Through generous donations we are able to provide educational programs and short-term residential care for adoptable animals all to ensure the protection of animals in our area. We believe strongly in our no-kill policy which means fundraising relentlessly to cover medical and hygiene costs for our animals as we seek to pair them with their perfect home.
Stray Haven was established in 1967 by Elaine Forkan, the founder. Elaine began Stray Haven Humane Society as a solution to care for stray and abandoned animals in the community. In the beginning, our organization was a strictly volunteer operated non-profit using an old smokehouse called, O’Brien’s. We were established as a 501c3 on June 1, 1971 and moved to our current location at 194 Shepard Road in Waverly, NY 14892. As of 2012, we transitioned, proudly, to becoming a no-kill shelter.
Stray Haven is a Humane Society dedicated to ensuring the protection of animals through education and service.
As a private organization, we rely on the public to continue our life saving work. Please consider donating today!
Hello everyone, my name is Callie. I'm a little over 2 years old, and I haven't always had the best living situation. I spent most of my life outside, which isn't very much fun if you ask me. Here at the shelter I have a warm bed, and I always have food, but it does get lonely here some times. I would really like to be invited into a home with people who can love me. I was previously adopted, but we ended up not being a perfect match because the cats in the home were very scared of me. Now I'm back at the shelter and I'm ready to find the family that can love me unconditionally and give me the life I've always dreamed of! I know some cool tricks, like sit and shake, and I LOVE to play fetch, especially with squeaky toys! I have a pretty good amount of energy and I love to zoom around the yard! I need some work on potty training, and my previous owners said I have some separation anxiety. I think I would do best in a home where my owners aren't gone for long periods of time. Being alone for a long time is so stressful and scary! I came into the shelter with my sister, Magnolia, and we loved to play with each other. I am currently staying in a foster home with my sister Maggie! So far so good, I'm learning more about appropriate behavior around cats/dogs/kids, and I'm even working on my potty training too! If you would like to meet me, please contact the shelter office (607-565-2859) to arrange a meet and greet.
Hi there. My name is Dusty! I have had a very rough start to my life so far. I came in as a stray and street life has not treated me very well. I have a slight hematoma on my ear so it looks a little different than normal but I think it makes me look very special and unique! Another thing that is special about me, is that I am FIV+. I unfortunately caught it while I was struggling to survive on the streets. Protecting myself as well as finding food is really hard sometimes.. Luckily a wonderful lady was able to catch me and bring me to the shelter. I now have all of the food, water, and comfy blankets and baskets I could ever ask for. For the first time in a long time, I actually feel safe. I think the staff here are amazing here for giving me everything I need and want and for spending time with me. They really dote on me as much as they can and I am forever grateful. I am hoping to find a home that will understand my situation and give me the love I have been craving for so long. Won't you come and give me a chance to shower you with all the love that I have?