Safety Net helps pets and their families stay together during difficult financial times or dislocations, hospitalizations, evictions, domestic violence displacements and other sad situations. Often families face crises that prompt abandonment of a beloved pet, even though the crisis is likely to be temporary.
Safety Net provides foster placement, veterinary help, counseling and other remedies that can help prevent a pet losing its home and family because of temporary crisis by helping a family weather the storm.
Our community pet food bank is available to qualifying families through Catholic Charities. Contact them at (928) 778-2531.
Our front lobby also has food donations from the public that are available for all pet owners who might need it.
The number of cases we can help is dependant on the amount of money in the Safety Net fund. Help needy pet owners by donating here.
Help keep a family together by temporarily providing a home for the dog or cat of a person or family entering a homeless or domestic violence shelter. The maximum amount of time is 30 days. Can you help? Contact our foster coordinator today at (928) 515-4947.
YHS is dependant on the resources of our community including monetary donations and foster homes. Please fill out a Safety Net application for consideration.
Safety Net- Temporary Foster Care Application
This application is just for people needing foster care for their animal while in a homeless shelter.
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