Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
This fundraiser is to help build a structure to park the bus to protect it from the harsh Iowa Winters and Summers and have a warm and cool place to load it up before heading to distribute food and litter. The building will have an area for cats and 5-6 kennels for dogs, and an outdoor exercise area. Agencies outside our county have contacted us to help victims of sexual abuse and mental health patients, and we have turned them down due to the lack of kennel space.
We are grateful for whatever we receive, and thank you very much for your support.
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For Pets' Sake along with the Muscatine Humane Society have partnered with the Iowa Humane Alliance to provide low-cost spay and neuter services along with vaccinations, nail trims and more. For more information on Dogs, call 563-299-3295. For cats call the Muscatine Humane Society at 563-263-7358.
Ensuring companion animals are cared for in the face of uncertainty or hardship.
We provide foster care for pets of families/people who need assistance from the domestic abuse or homeless shelters in and around the Muscatine County, Iowa area. We offer financial help with vaccinations and for spaying/neutering, and other medical services. We hold a monthly pet food pantry that is open to the public to help keep pets fed and well taken care of during times of hardship or uncertainty. We strive to keep those pets you love like family, a part of your family.
The Pet Food Pantry is open from 8-10 a.m., every third Thursday of the month in the parking lot at the corner of Sycamore and Fourth Streets, in Muscatine.
We provide small bags of dog and cat food, and kitty litter. We also have collars, leashes and other supplies when available.
Food, litter and gently used collars, leashes and monetary donations can be dropped off at Happy Tails Pet Resort
720 Clay St., Muscatine.
Individuals or families entering the domestic violence or homeless shelters are able to have peace of mind knowing their family pets are being taken care with our dog/cat fostering program. When they are back on stable ground, their furry friend will be returned to them.
*First contact must be made by case worker from either shelter.