Almost Home Coalition
Decreasing euthanasia and caring for the animals in our area has always been our primary goal. We feel that to achieve our goal we need to focus on completing The Almost Home Project and expanding our programs that address animal welfare problems in
While the focus of our fundraising is changing The Almost Home Coalition moves into the New Year ready to face the challenges ahead of us but with always the same goal in mind - the welfare of the animals in
We are 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to making the lives of animals in Lewis County better. We act as advocates for animals, large and small by increasing adoption, educating the community on responsible pet ownershp, promoting spay/neuter for pets & leading disaster response and planning. We are an all volunteer organization located in Chehalis, Washington with volunteers coming from throughout the state. We appreciate you visiting our website and hope you can join us in helping the animals of Lewis County
Spay/Neuter is the only sure way to decrease the number of unwanted pets that have to be euthanized every year.
Lewis County residents:
Please call Pet Connection at 360-748-6236 to schedule your low cost spay/neuter today.
We also work with The Cat's Meow of Lewis County to provide free spay/neuter for feral cats, help with TNR (trap-neuter-release) and low cost spay/neuter. For more information about the Cat's Meow, please call Twila at
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The Almost Home Project
Building a no- kill pet adoption center has always been our goal, but ultimately we need to educate our community on the benefits of spaying and neutering their animals. Only by decreasing the numbers will we truly make a difference. With the building of the low cost spay and neuter clinic we will be able to practice what we preach. We will be able to target animal populations that would otherwise never be taken to a vet to be spayed or neutered. One adoption center is not going to end euthanasia. It might delay it. It might even increase the number of adoptions. But ultimately, people need to have their pets spayed and neutered so the number of unwanted pets decreases. Saving one animal may not make a huge difference in the world but it makes a huge world of difference to that one animal.
It's getting closer! Our design for The Almost Home Project, our low cost spay/neuter clinic and no-kill pet adoption center will show that it is possible to build responsibly within a flood plain. We plan on building the building up, not the land & incorporating lots of "green" features that are environmentally friendly.
Some businesses who have already generously agreed to donate some of their time are Markthor MacFarlane of Arch-Eco Design (who has now been hired as our project supervisor), RB Engineering, Bluhm & Associates Land Surveying & The Lewis County Master Builder's Association If you would like to help with this project, or would like to make a donation,please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call Patty at 360-508-0151
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