We know this is a difficult time for everyone across our community, and at Stray Haven, we find ourselves in dire need of support. As Tioga County's only animal shelter, Stray Haven is a no-kill, nonprofit organization, and we rely exclusively on donations from community members and businesses to continue our life-saving work. During this pandemic, Stray Haven is poised and ready to help owners and their pets in whatever way is needed. Currently animals are still coming in, but few are going back out, and we need your help to continue providing care. Even $5 will make a difference to the dogs and cats at our shelter!
We could use help painting our lobby June 14, 15, and possibly the 21st. Pizza will be provided, social distancing measures required, beginning each day at 9am and continuing until approximately 5pm. Volunteers are not required to attend for the entire day, any help would be appreciated. RSVP to Jen@StrayHavenSPCA.com
Critical and Immediate Needs:
Bleach, Bleach Wipes, Purina Kitten Chow Dry Food, Kitten Bottles, Wipe and Dry Floor Squeegees.
Honor a loved one or cherished pet by supporting homeless pets through a financial contribution.
Ensure the future of all homeless animals in our community by naming Stray Haven Humane Society and SPCA in your will, trust, or estate plan.
Many of our animals require significant expenses prior to adoption; sponsor the cost of their wellness checks and upkeep.
Join our beloved frequent donators by contributing regularly to the care of our animals.
Contribute to our mission of saving lives and educating fellow community members!
Corporations and foundations support the well-being of our animals and our programs. Find out how yours can help.
As a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, Stray Haven Humane Society
receives no government funding and relies solely on community support from people
like you. Your donation of funds and supplies makes a real difference in the lives
of pets in need in our community—your support feeds and cares for the animals,
provides medical care and spay/neuter surgeries, and provides education to our local
youth and pet owners.