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Sierra's Haven is a group of volunteers working together to help find safe, loving homes for adoptable pets. In our brief existence, we have made a difference in the lives of hundreds of animals. Whether they were strays or animals needing medical attent
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"They have chosen Sierra's ...
"They have chosen Sierra's Haven as one of their charities to donate their bingo fund to," Connie Weaver, a staff member at Sierra's Haven, said.
"We have been a recipient for two years now.
They are unrestricted funds which means we can use it for whatever we need.
It has been magnificent help to the shelter."
said Sierra's Haven
gets a large portion of their operating revenue from local donations from individuals, companies and organizations.
"They give us close to $5,000 to $6,000 a year," Weaver
"They give it to us quarterly."
said many people don't know they can make individual donations to help with expenses including the funds needed to support the low-income spay and neuter program.
"We run on donations or grants that we get," Weaver
Weaver cited the spay and neuter surgeries Counts has done, as well as working with the Rescue Wagon, to ship local dogs to other areas for adoption.
While performing a spay surgery Counts said her
staff has counted around 6,000 such surgeries she
has done at that facility.
"It's a wonderful thing for the animals of Scioto County," Weaver
One of the first dog to greet you when you walk in the door at Sierra's Haven
is Bonnie, the last of the 18 dogs discovered earlier in the year living in a trailer owned by an elderly woman.
"There were 18.
Some of them went to the pound, and the others went to Dr. Count's clinic - Shawnee Animal Clinic," Weaver
We have applied for another grant, ...
We have applied for another grant, and hopefully we will get that one, too, Connie Weaver, who works at Sierra's Haven, said.
"PetSmart Charities has been wonderful.
They gave us $10,000 to neuter and spay animals.
The Scioto Foundation has given us a grant every year since we have been open.
It is from the Harold Micklethwaite Fund.
And they have helped us tremendously."
said they charge $15 for a spay or neuter, and that price doesn't even cover the medicines.
"But we are working to control the population of Scioto County," Weaver