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Video Pays Tribute to Lake Haven Volunteers, Donors
July 28, 2008Watch the video below for a touching tribute to Lake Haven's volunteers and donors - without whom Lake Haven's rescue and adoption efforts could not exist. The video features photos of Lake Haven's rescued animals taken by pet photographer and Lake Haven volunteer, Darlene N.
Donations Needed to Save Puppy's Eye
July 12, 2008
This adorable puppy is approximately five weeks old and was found running down a busy highway. A concerned passerby called Lake Haven, and she is now in our care until she is well enough to be adopted. Her original owner was eventually found, but did not want her. She has a rare genetic eye condition called corneal dermoid and needs specialized surgery to save her eye. The surgery costs anywhere from $800 - $1,000.00. Lake Haven is hoping you will donate what you can to help save this sweet puppy’s eye!
Donations can be made payable to Lake Haven (be sure to write “corneal surgery” in the memo section on your check)
Checks can be mailed to:
As always, donations to Lake Haven are tax deductible.
Lake Haven Featured in Cats and Dogs MagazineJuly 8, 2008
Lake Haven is featured in a
generous three-page spread in the July issue of Cats and
Dogs Magazine. The article focuses on Lake Haven’s
founder, Cheryl McCloud, and the organization’s dedication
to homeless animals as well as the importance of spaying and
Special thanks to Cats and Dogs Magazine for giving us permission to post this article. Pick up your free copy of Cats and Dogs Magazine today!
Humane Solution to Future Swan Population Control
July 7, 2008
Take a moment to
read the Grand
article about the
recent swan killings
on Big Whitefish
Lake and then read a
more humane solution
from Lake Haven’s
Lake Haven Announces Barn Cat Program
July 1, 2008
Sometimes we have cats that cannot live
as house pets because they are shy or
fearful of people and prefer the company
of other cats and animals. We do not
adopt cats who are suitable to be house
pets to barns, only cats without other
options. This is the last chance for
these cats; they have nowhere else to
© 2009 by Lake Haven.
Lake Haven is a non-profit no-kill animal rescue shelter dedicated to the care and adoption of homeless and/or injured dogs, cats, kittens and puppies in the West Michigan area. Lake Haven is a recognized 510(c)3 organization that is 100% volunteer operated.