April 14, 2015
Don't miss out on an event! Check out the what, when, and where on our Events page so you can plan ahead to participate. If you have any questions, please give the shelter a call at (401) 294-1115 or email our manager Renate at email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org). Also, be sure to check out our Facebook page.
RI Monthly Magazine's "Best of Rhode Island"
We are asking that everyone please vote for the Pet Refuge of North Kingstown no-kill animal shelter in this poll. Voting is open from April 1 through April 30. You will need to do a simple registration in order to vote. Click on the picture below:
Once you are registered and can vote, there are two potential places that you could vote for Pet Refuge, North Kingstown. For example, the first section allows for a non-profit fundraiser, such as the Silent Auction, Pet Refuge, North Kingstown. And in the SOUTH COUNTY section, look for "animal shelter" and type in PET REFUGE, NORTH KINGSTOWN. Then scroll to SUBMIT. PLEASE SHARE THIS WITH YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS. THANK YOU!
Attention all dog lovers!
We're looking to start a committee - a group of people to start fundraising and then helping to finish this project. This would include erecting an 8-foot fence, already donated and enough to fence in the entire animal and exercise areas.
If anyone is interested in helping us in any way, or if you know people who would like to get on board to help make our dreams a reality, please call Renate at the shelter at (401) 294-1115 or email her at email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up a meeting and a tour of the facility.
The Pet Refuge is now working towards our long-held goal of housing dogs at our shelter. Since we first opened, and especially these last few years, the Pet Refuge has been overwhelmed with cats and kittens that no one else will take. Because we are a true no-kill shelter many people turn to us to save these abandoned animals. A lot of our finances and efforts are spent caring for these unwanted animals until we can get them into loving forever homes. Now that the Pet Refuge is an established shelter, we would like to expand our efforts to include helping rescue dogs.
Our Hope for Animals
Read about how you can help us help the pets.