Mr. Marley Cat

Mavis sends this update: Mr. Marley has become a true companion – he follows me all around the apartment, meets me at the door when I come home and loves to sit by – or on – me while watching TV. Lately he has been spending the night on the extra...

Harvey and Jasper

Debbie H. shares: Harvey and Jasper are very sweet rabbits – they are doing well! Jasper is a bit more shy than Harvey and would rather hide in the kitchen, but Harvey likes to sit under the rocking chair weher he can see everything!  ...

Spring has sprung…and so have our pets!

Spring has arrived…and with it, an increase in the number of stray pets! One of the most important tools for getting your dog returned to you if it is lost only costs between $3-$10.  Simple and affordable, an ID tag should be part of every dog’s wardrobe! · If...

What are the ‘Next Steps’ for HAWS?

As we close out our facility expansion campaign the natural question is “What are the next steps for HAWS?”  The bricks and mortar expansion will consume quite a bit of time, but meanwhile we remain focused on the needs of our community’s animals. HAWS is much more...

Misty’s Message

This story was originally posted as part of HAWS’ Monday Mailbag/Tribute Tuesday on our Facebook page. Animals often impact our lives in ways far beyond their knowing – thank you for sharing yours and Misty’s story, Colleen! HAWS blessed us with our...

Recognizing Kindness in Youth

Last year we touched the lives of over 7,000 young people who took part in educational offerings here at HAWS. The way for us to change the circumstances of animals in our community for the better is to reach our youth, exposing them to the wonders of animals and all...

Thank you for being that “Special Someone”

To our volunteers, donors, staff and all in the HAWS Family: I’m not sure you realize how special you are. In our February newsletter, we talked about “Being that Special Someone.” But YOU already are. For us to move forward into a no-kill community, it will take many...