Learn More About Pasado's Safe Haven
Pasado's Safe Haven is fighting to end animal cruelty through comprehensive programs and inspired action. The links below provide information to open discussion about how to stop animal abuse and suggestions for learning to live cruelty free lives. Pasado's Safe Haven located on 85 acres in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains outside Seattle, Washington. Pasado’s Safe Haven is home to 200-250 animals at any given time, most of whom arrived as victims of cruelty or neglect. They come to us from hoarding houses, law enforcement seizures, factory farms and slaughterhouse “dead piles” or because they were simply tossed aside as “unwanted”.
Once these animals come through our sanctuary gates, we make each of them a promise, “Now you are safe.” And until we find them families of their own, our sanctuary becomes their home. They receive nourishing food, loads of love from dedicated staff and volunteers and state of the art veterinary care.
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