Wishing you all a Merry Christmas from Save A Stray


_Here we are at the end of another year! It’s been over 9 years now that Save A Stray has been helping our local community with rescuing, rehoming, transporting, fostering, providing medical care, and spaying and neutering our local cats and dogs. We recently took in two stray cats both have been badly injured. We have already incurred 350.00 in vet bills and would appreciate donations towards their care. “Popeye” had to have his eye removed after he was found with it hanging out, and our newest arrival as you can see has been attacked by a predator and is emaciated..  Both of these boys are a sweet as can be. Please remember us during this season of giving with a year end donation. We want to thank all those that support our efforts and everyone that has donated and helped us out this year! Our foster homes and transport help is greatly appreciated!

This year to date we have rescued 80 cats and kittens and 40 dogs. These cats and dogs were transferred to no-kill shelters and have gone on to find loving homes.

Save A Stray also continues our Trap, Neuter, Release program of many feral cats in our community who were once someone’s pet and now have become community cats trying to survive. Please do not abandon your cat/s when you move! We had several calls for help this year when mama cats and their babies were left behind when owners moved. This is the way whole colonies get started and the suffering begins when these once house pets end up struggling to find food and start multiplying. We do our very best to answer every call with our help and support. We always need more foster homes!

We continue to have our monthly,low cost, spay and neuter clinics here locally with Dr. Katy and the Sage County Vet Team, we sure appreciate Dr. Katy’s help with this we couldn’t offer this service without her generosity! This year 24 dogs and 87 cats were spayed and neutered at our monthly clinics. I encourage owners to contact me if you are low income and need your dogs or cats fixed. Help us by doing your part with the pet overpopulation! Call or text 541-589-1104

All these services provided by Save A Stray cost money and we would appreciate donations of any amount so that we can continue our work here in Harney County. We have an account set up at US Bank or mail to our P O Box 403 in Burns or at our website harneycountysaveastray.com. We are a 501 C-3 Non Profit, our tax ID # is 27-1114475. Donations of cat and dog food can be dropped off at 132 South Buena Vista in Burns. Thank -You!!

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