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.
I believe that with the changes that have happened in this organization steps are being taken to make Pasado's what it should have been in the beginning. With change will come setbacks...and it will take time to see the full results of everything that has been done. But the new Pasado's seems to be well on its way and I wish them all the best of luck and hope that they grow into a powerhouse that can do great things for the animals of the area and the state of Washington.
People were trying to get someone to look at this group for a long time but they would bully and threaten people into silence. Now what was going on has been called out by the attorney general of Washington and the truth is finally out. You can read more in this newspaper article. http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20101029/NEWS01/710309957/-1/RSS01