These two beauties are highly socialized and very friendly with people. They even come running when they see you!
What you can do to protect animals: Learn about animal cruelty. Animal cruelty takes many forms. The one thing it has in common is that it usually happens out of sight from a concerned community – behind fences and closed doors …
Fred Meyer is donating $2.5 million per year to non-profits in our area, and YOU can tell them where to donate it! Choose Pasado’s today!
Position: Development Manager Reports to: Executive Director The Development Manager is the primary person responsible for helping the organization systematically grow and strengthen its overall fundraising capacity and ensuring diverse fundraising support. This includes managing all development activities. Duties …
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Pasado’s annual effort known as “Home for the Howlidays.”
Spring Tour – March 29, 2014 1pm-4pm
NO ANIMAL SHOULD GO HUNGRY! Application In combination with our Spay Station program in Pierce County, Pasado’s has a Pet Food Bank Incentive program. We are partnering with local “human” food banks to distribute donated dog and cat …
Rhea is an absolutely gorgeous Domestic Shorthair/Siamese mix with striking blue eyes and beautiful cream colored markings on her face.
Date changed due to snow! Support Pasado’s Safe Haven’s annual “Home for the Howlidays” event on January 10th, helping homeless and impoverished dogs and cats in your community!
Zoe is a kind, sensitive soul who is hoping to find that special someone who she can sit beside for the rest of her life. Are you the one?