We want to implement preventive measures to slow the influx of homeless animals into the shelter and other animal welfare organizations; to stop the problem of pets becoming homeless in the first place. Whether it is from an “oops" litter, a medical or behavioral issue, WNP wants to connect people and the animals to the spay-neuter, wellness, and enrichment resources they need to help their pets; or, in the case of community cats, assists the caretakers with the medical needs of their colony.
It is our hope that through the implementation of our programs that our local municipal shelters and animal rescue organizations will see a decline in the number of homeless animals year-after-year; that if WNP can help plug the holes to some degree in these problematic areas, that the steady stream of animals flowing into the shelter will slow down; that our community can become a blueprint for how to save more animal lives and enhance the quality of the others.
Our success is measured in the number of people we can help with the quality of programs and services we provide. These programs are fueled by our dedicated & caring volunteers and generous donors like you.