Pasado's Safe Haven
Rating: 3.92 stars 105 reviews
Location: PO Box 171 Sultan WA 98294 USA
Target demographics: Pasado's Safe Haven works to end animal cruelty.
Direct beneficiaries per year: animals by investigating over 415 cases of neglect and abuse. We successfully performed over 3,000 spay/neuter surgeries to income qualified households and provided over 5,000 lbs of dog and cat food to local residents. Over 150 domestic and farmed animals call our sanctuary "home" on any given day
Geographic areas served: Washington State and beyond
Programs: Spay/neuter assistance to low income households, pet food bank programs, cruelty investigations, animal rescue for both farmed and companion animals, and outreach and education.
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If I was rating the animals I would give 5 stars- sadly, my recent visits to the sanctuary have been unnerving when it comes to contact with some of the people. I originally went on a tour about a year ago with several people from my company, after a woman from Pasados had presented at the school of a co-worker's child. We were so impressed, heard sad stories with happy endings and everyone was friendly there. Our tour guide presented truly inspiring stories of each animaI we visited. I have returned 4 times since and have seen a gradual declined in the attitudes of people who work there. The most disturbing was overhearing very hateful and even inappropriate comments about a couple of people there and offensive comments about religion.This was around the holidays and I was downstairs where volunteers sign in. More recently I heard a young man who works there joke about a rooster found dead and full of lice. He made a crack about being itchy. I decided then it was my last visit. This is not the same place I first visited last year.
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