We are a Community Resource for you!

The "Sanctuary" is our concept for providing a nurturing environment for animals in need.  

Our facility is home to most of our cats and dogs, although some reside in foster homes initially. This helps us to learn about their behavioral traits and make "right match" placements.

 

Our animals are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, treated for fleas and parasites and tested for heartworm.  This means that any animal adopted from The Sanctuary at Haafsville is ready to start a new life in your home.  

 

We are a volunteer-based organization and are very conservative financially which allows us to provide exceptional care to our resident animals.  We are funded by our ongoing fundraising efforts, donations and our partnerships. Visit our Thank You page to see some of great organizations that have helped us in our first 10 years.

At The Sanctuary at Haafsville, our mission is to provide a safe and nurturing environment for animals in need. We empower them to heal, thrive and find loving forever homes through a volunteer community where each member is valued, supported, and appreciated. Through dedicated care, innovative programs, and community engagement, we strive to be a prominent advocate for animal welfare and promote responsible pet ownership.

Our vision at The Sanctuary at Haafsville is to create a kinder world where every animal is valued, respected, and loved. We envision a community where no animal is left behind, where their well-being is prioritized and where every pet has the opportunity to live a fulfilling life in a nurturing home. We aspire to be a leading voice in animal welfare by empowering individuals to make a positive difference in the lives of animals. Through our unwavering dedication, compassion, and innovation, we strive to build a brighter future for all animals, where they are cherished members of their family and community.

The Sanctuary at Haafsville believes that the celebration and nurturing of the human-animal bond captures the hearts, hands and minds of our community and enhances our quality of life.  

Animal Welfare Services

  • Animal Adoptions: We offer a mix of ages and breeds of cats and dogs.
  • Foster Program: Visit our FOSTER page to learn more.
  • Long-Term Stay: Sometimes, we become permanant housing for a few animals that are never adopted.  We keep those animals safe and loved.
  • Animal Safety: We provide Animal Control services for 15 local municipalities.
  • Shelter Partnerships: We pull animals from many high-kill shelters saving hundreds of lives.
  • Educational Opportunities: We participate and offer several programs for schools and organizations.  Visit our FAQ's to learn more.  

How We Enrich Peoples' Lives

We provide services to enrich peoples' lives which include:

  • Community Service hours for volunteers.
  • Programs for Special Needs individuals.
  • Cultivate an atmosphere of gratitute and respect for Volunteers.
  • A teamwork approach so volunteers are not overwhelmed and can grow.
  • Provide a welcoming sanctuary for non-pet owners to be with animals.

 

We invite you to become a part of The Sanctuary in a way that works for YOU!

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The Sanctuary at Haafsville

Phone: (484) 285-5445
info@TheSanctuaryPA.org

 

Dog Adoption Center

901 Nestle Way

Breinigsville, PA 18031

Cat Adoption Center

7209 Kernsville Road

Orefield, PA 18069

We have a great online auction! Click HERE to join our Facebook auction group!

Adoption Spotlight

 

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Crumb was adopted through the Sanctuary at Haafsville as a kitten. She was recently returned through no fault of her own. She is understandably scared and confused. With TLC from the shelter volunteers, she is coming out of her shell. Crumb is very receptive to petting and head scratches from the volunteers. She tends to keep to herself and hunker down in a high place in the free roaming room. She will thrive in a quiet and low activity home. Crumb will need to trust that she will never be abandoned again. Crumb’s adopter will need to be patient and provide the understanding, time and love she needs to acclimate to a new home.

Crumb is 2 years old, healthy, spayed, vaccinated, negative for FeLV/FIV, litter trained and microchipped.

 

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