2016 Pet Haven SNIP Grant Winners Announced

2016 Pet Haven SNIP Grant Winners Announced


Pet Haven is excited to announce our 2016 SNIP Grant Recipients. These 9 organizations do amazing work to reduce pet overpopulation throughout Minnesota and will share in more than $16,000 in grant awards to continue focusing on the life-saving work of spay/neuter.  Since 2005, Pet Haven has awarded more than $200,000 to local (mostly rural) organizations.  We believe that we cannot “adopt our way out of pet overpopulation” and  partnerships are key to preventing unwanted litters.  Join us in congratulating 2016’s SNIP Grant Winners!

Pet Project Rescue: Funding will support Trap/Neuter/Release for cat colonies located in Minneapolis.

Watonwan County Humane Society: Funding will target feral farm cats and pitbulls for spay/neuter.

Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue:  Funding will focus on spaying/neutering cats on Red Lake Indian Reservation.

Leech Lake Legacy:  Funding will support spaying/neutering dogs and cats on Leech Lake Indian Reservation.

Precious Paws:  Funding will provide affordable spay/neuter options to low-income & senior pet owners in Chisolm County.

Headwaters Animal Shelter:  Funding will grow the Cat Colony Community Sterilization program in rural Hubbard County.

Carver Scott Humane Society:  Funding will provide support for TNR program for barn cats.

Pet Fixers:  Funding will provide additional mobile spay/neuter clinics in rural Clearwater and Norman Counties.

Freeborn County Humane Society:  Funding will provide support for TNR for stray cats in rural Freeborn County.