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Pasado's Safe Haven
10131 Woods Lake Road
Pasado's Safe Haven is dedicated to new and vigorous methods to reduce pet overpopulation. Pasado's Safe Haven operates The Spay Station, the first mobile spay/neuter clinic in Washington State. This state-of-the-art "clinic on wheels" offers free spay/ne
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Jenny Fraley, Director of Homelessness Prevention Initiatives
Jenny serves as our Director of Homelessness Prevention Initiatives where she oversees two mobile spay/neuter stations, a transport spay/neuter clinic and two Pet Food Bank programs.
Over 16,000 animals have been spayed/neutered and over 13 tons of food distributed to needy cats and dogs under Jenny's direction.
Jenny is also a co-founder and board member of the Community Cat Coalition for Washington State, an all-volunteer 501 (c) 3 dedicated to helping our community cats through education and support of local shelters and independent rescuers.
teaches classes on TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) and Kitten Taming.
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Director of Homelessness Prevention Initiatives
Jenny joined Pasado's Safe Haven after 25 years in corporate retail where her business, financial, and leadership experience translated easily into the animal non-profit world.
After holding a variety of staff positions, she
has now settled in as the Director of Homelessness Prevention Initiatives.
is passionate about spay/neuter and believes it plays a major role in working toward a "no-kill" future.
She currently directs three spay/neuter programs in Pierce, King, and Snohomish Counties as well as two Pet Food Bank programs.
Pasado's Safe Haven: Rescue & Rehabilitation of Domestic & Factory Farm Animals
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Jenny Fraley - Director of ...
Jenny Fraley - Director of Homeless Prevention Initiatives
"Many pet owners don't realize that ...
"Many pet owners don't realize that cats can become pregnant when they're just four months old, and dogs as young as six months old," said Jenny Fraley, Director of Homeless Prevention Initiatives at Pasado's Safe Haven.