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Homeward Pet Adoption Center

woodinville Animal Shelter

P.O. Box 2293
woodinville, Washington 98072
Phone: 425-488-4444
Fax: 425-481-6867
Homeward Pet Adoption Center was founded in 1990 as "Hooterville Safehaus" to provide a safe haven for orphaned cats and dogs and to educate the public about the need to spay and neuter their pets. In 2002 we changed our name to Homeward Pet Adoption Center. We are a no-kill, nonprofit animal shelter, which means we are a 501(c)(3) charity. We are able to do what we do thanks to the generosity of our donors - YOU!

Homeward saves approximately 1,000 animals each year. Dogs, cats, puppies and kittens come into our care from all walks of life and each with a different story. Dogs found injured or abandoned at roadside stops, cats left in need of homes when their elderly human companions pass away, puppies and kittens dumped in a box at our back door. We also regularly work with animal controls across the state to rescue pets from "death row." We give them a second chance at life - a chance to find a family who values and loves them. And in the meantime, we love them while they're here at Homeward - providing them with food, shelter medical attention and love during their stay.

Being a no-kill shelter means that we never under any circumstances euthanize a healthy, adoptable animal. A part of our mission is to give a chance to some animals with problems who might otherwise not have made it. We call these our "special needs" animals and we work to find the special family that's perfect for them.


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Homeward Pet Adoption Center is located in woodinville, Washington where today's temperature will be between 32℉ and 35.6℉, sunrise 14:58 and sunset 01:46.

woodinville is known for pet friendly attractions like Marymoor Park, Paradise Valley Conservation Area Parking and Trail Head, Sixty Acres Park, Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery, be sure to take some time with your new pet and visit these places.

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