Animal related

Pet Haven Inc. of Minnesota

  • Minneapolis, MN
  • www.pethavenmn.org

Mission Statement

Pet Haven Inc. of Minnesota rescues and re-homes cats and dogs, spays and neuters to reduce overpopulation, promotes responsible guardianship through educational programs, and advocates on behalf of companion animals.

Main Programs

  1. Program 1
  2. Foster Program
Service Areas

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Minnesota

Pet Haven's service area is a 60 mile radius of the Twin Cities.

ruling year

1964

Executive Director since 2015

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Ms. Kate Mudge

Keywords

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dog, cat, animal, humane

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EIN

41-6040860

 Number

5361925805

Also Known As

Pet Haven

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Animal Protection and Welfare (includes Humane Societies and SPCAs) (D20)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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Programs

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Program 1

1. Rescue and rehome cats and dogs. Pet Haven volunteers find safe new homes for cats and dogs. All of the animals receive complete veterinary care including exams, spay/neuter, vaccinations, and microchip identification. The animals in our adoption program stay in volunteer foster homes until permanent homes are found for them. 2. Spay and neuter to reduce pet overpopulation. All dogs, cats, puppies and kittens that Pet Haven places into permanent adoptive homes are spayed/neutered. In addition, Pet Haven offers a low-cost spay/neuter program to the general public and grants to other companion animal rescue groups to assist their spay/neuter efforts. The grants are focussed on altering cats and large-breed dogs where the problem of overpopulation is the greatest. 3. Promote responsible guardianship of companion animals through educational programs. All Pet Haven adopters are provided with animal care information. In addition, Pet Haven publishes a quarterly newsletter, a website, blogs, and has booths at community events, all of which provide information regarding the care of companion animals to the public. 4. Advocate on behalf of companion animals. Public policy and public opinion play an important role in the welfare of companion animals. Pet Haven works with other local animal welfare groups to support legislation and initiatives to benefit animals at the state and local level.

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Program 2

Foster Program

Pet Haven is committed to rescuing and rehoming unwanted cats and dogs. Pet Haven provides the necessary medical care, including spaying and neutering all animals prior to adoption. Pet Haven is a foster-based animal adoption group with a committed network of volunteers throughout the metro area.

Category

Animal-Related

Population(s) Served

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Service Areas

Self-reported

Minnesota

Pet Haven's service area is a 60 mile radius of the Twin Cities.

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PET HAVEN INC OF MINNESOTA
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31

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Pet Haven Inc. of Minnesota

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Executive Director

Ms. Kate Mudge

BIO

Kate Mudge joined Pet Haven in March 2015 and has 10+ years expertise working with non-profit organizations. When asked what drew her to animal rescue and Pet Haven, Kate had this to say:

The answer is simpleā€¦I knew that I wanted to work with an organization that makes my soul sing (or howl?!). With the help of volunteers and the Board of Directors, I aspire to improve the lives of the animals in our community, advocate for them when they leave us to go to their forever homes, and help to implement policies and programs that encourage and support animal welfare in the community at large. I realize there will be challenges, but with the challenges there will certainly be rewards, whether in the wag of a tail when one of our dogs meets his new family, a lazy cat relaxing in her new friend's arms, or the ability to help those who want to have their pet altered but can't afford it without our help.


Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Cynthia Farrell

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