April 18, 2014
Next fundraiser - BIG yard sale
MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW! On Saturday, April 26, the Pet Refuge will hold their first BIG YARD SALE of 2014. This fundraiser will be held right at the shelter location, 500 Stony Lane in North Kingstown and will run from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. If you have started your spring cleaning, keep us in mind. We will gratefully accept items for our sale and items may be dropped off Mon-Sat, 11 a.m. till 4 p.m. We are looking for volunteers to help set up on Friday, April 25 and on Saturday after 3 p.m. to break down. If you have some spare time, stop on by. The strong and able bodied are MOST welcome.
New fundraiser for May, 2014
See our list of UPCOMING 2014 FUNDRAISERS.
Pet Refuge wins grant
Congratulations to the Regional Winners of Rhode Island in the Animal Rescue Site's first Shelter Challenge of 2014. Thanks to our great supporters who voted every day for us, we are happy to announce that the Pet Refuge has won the $1,000 grant for this round. Thank you ALL for participating and congratulations to the other RI shelters who won a prize.
Attention all dog lovers!
We're looking to start a committee - a group of people to start fundraising and then helping to finish this project. This would include erecting an 8-foot fence, already donated and enough to fence in the entire animal and exercise areas.
If anyone is interested in helping us in any way, or if you know people who would like to get on board to help make our dreams a reality, please call Renate at the shelter at (401) 294-1115 or email her at email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up a meeting and a tour of the facility.
The Pet Refuge is now working towards our long-held goal of housing dogs at our shelter. Since we first opened, and especially these last few years, the Pet Refuge has been overwhelmed with cats and kittens that no one else will take. Because we are a true no-kill shelter many people turn to us to save these abandoned animals. A lot of our finances and efforts are spent caring for these unwanted animals until we can get them into loving forever homes. Now that the Pet Refuge is an established shelter, we would like to expand our efforts to include helping rescue dogs.
Our Hope for Animals
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