S.A.R.A.ís Treasures

A Better-Quality Thrift & Gift Shop Operated by:

Shelter Animal Resource Alliance

Located at:

871 River  Road, Eugene, OR

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10:00-6:00 Everyday! 

541-607-8892

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Thanks to your support we have rescued 960 dogs and 778 cats from being killed/euthanized at local animal control shelters.

We have also assisted other rescue groups by sponsoring the spay/neuter of 139 cats and 23 dogs for low income families, which we estimate will save the lives of at least 1390 shelter cats and 368 shelter dogs.

 

Resources

Helping S.A.R.A.:

 

Animal Care Resources:

 

Animal Health & Behavior Resources:

 

Local Animal Rescue Organization Resources:

  • Animal Welfare Network of Lane County  http://www.awnlc.net/  AWNLC is an umbrella organization for the various animal welfare organizations in Lane County. Many organizations and web addresses are listed on this site.

  • Cascades Raptor Center http://www.eraptors.org/  is a nature center and wildlife hospital that rehabilitates sick, injured or orphaned birds of prey.

  • Lane County Animal Services (LCAS)  www.lanecounty.org/animals  is the government agency which provides animal control and abuse/neglect investigation within Lane County.  

  • Luv-A-Bull Pit Bull Rescue  www.luv-a-bull.org  Luv-a-Bull Pit Bull Rescue is a non-profit rescue organization located in the Eugene area dedicated to re-homing unwanted Pit Bulls.

  • No Kill Advocacy Center www.nokillsolutions.org  is the nationís first organization dedicated solely to the promotion of a No Kill nation.  It is the only national animal welfare agency that is staffed by people who have actually worked in and created a No Kill community.  

  • Pro-Bone-O  http:// www.proboneo.org  works to improve the health and well-being of pets of the homeless, to stop the spread of infectious diseases and parasites in the community and to prevent unwanted litters by educating owners and offering either financial assistance or services for spay/neuter. 

  • Oregon Humane Society  www.oregonhumane.org  Oregon's largest humane society, located in Portland, which frequently accepts dogs, and occasionally cats, transferred from shelters and rescue groups throughout the North West who need help placing them in new homes.  

  • Stop Pet Overpopulation Today (SPOT) http://www.spotspayneuter.org/ provides financial assistance to people who canít afford the total cost to spay/neuter their pets.   phone:  (541) 485-7768

  • Rest Assured Pet Cremation www.restassuredpetcremation.com/WD/Home.htm (541) 746-0244

  • Willamette Animal Guild http://www.wagwag.org/ operates a low-cost spay/neuter clinic for lane County dogs and cats. (541) 345-3566

 

 
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