Around the Bend - Adoption Reunion at Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter

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Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter has been open for a little more than a year. During that time, we have adopted nearly 300 cats and dogs!

Behind every adopted dog or cat is a story.  Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter may have been a temporary stop for your dog or cat down the road to a new life. By sharing your story, you just might inspire others to adopt an animal of their own.

If so, email us (info@riversandbluffsanimalshelter.org) and tell us about your adoption experience in one or two paragraphs. You can also attach a photo of your adopted pet, although it’s not required. If you choose to not have your name revealed, please let us know in the email. We’ll review your story and post it on our website for other adopters and potential adopters to read.


Athena
Hi! My name is Athena. This is my story. I came into my Mom's life at the end of May 2018. She is a volunteer and foster home for RABAS. When I came into the shelter as a stray my Mom was volunteering that day. I was very scared and nervous. She got me settled that day. I was so nervous and scared that I didn't want anyone to touch me or take me from this new place. I even lashed out at the volunteers and nipped a few of them(I am sorry for that). After a week or so my Mom was asked to foster me because I was still so scared. That was the day I came home for good! Little did my Mom know that I had chosen her from the beginning. I still become nervous around large crowds but my Mom is helping me be more confident. I have come a long way and I know that my Mom will be with me every day. Thank you RABAS for bringing me to my furever home! Thank you, Athena.


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Umbra

We adopted Umbra, aka Petunia. We thought we would share our story. When we saw the video of Petunia on Facebook, we knew she deserved a good home. Being her age and her breed, we knew many others wouldn't give her a chance. We already had a four-year-old female pit bull at our country home, so it was just a matter of seeing if they could get along.
It wasn't the best start, that's for sure. It took these two about a month before they were comfortable with each other, but they figured out their differences, and now they live happily here together. Umbra, aka Petunia, has come to love the country life. She enjoys alerting us to ANYTHING that is in the yard that doesn't belong (rabbits, squirrels, deer, sketchy leaves), and she gets along just fine with our chickens, as well. She is a mega-cuddler and loves to put all of her body weight on you to let you know she's ready for snuggles.
She was a perfect fit for our family, and we are so happy we could give her the home she needed. -- 
Haley Stanley


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Rosey 

I started volunteering at RABAS in December 2018. This was one of the best things I have ever decided to do. The shelter has become my happy place and I love all the cats and kittens that come in. Well, one day a very special kitten came in that won my heart. Rosey. She was in the back in ISO as all new cats are when they first came in when I first saw her. Whenever I had duty and would open her cage she would jump onto me and start purring. I just knew I had to have her. We already had 2 cats at home so my husband didn’t feel the need for a third. Well, the more I saw Rosey I knew I had to convince him she was meant to be ours. Eventually, I did. In March Rosey came to her furever home. Her 2 big sisters still don’t share the love I do for her but have come to accept she’s here to stay. She has helped them become more active since they like to chase her. I am so thankful for RABAS for bringing Rosey to us and helping all the animals they do. - Michele Kraus

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We adopted Ender and Valentine in October 2018. They may be the "rescues", but they sure helped me through a particularly difficult time. These days they rule the roost, and their current hobbies include galloping around the house, providing alarm clock services, and seeking out the warmest snuggling spots in the house. They love chin scratches and fishy treats. They have never met a stranger and will cuddle with anyone- unless you are a dog, in which case they will hiss from afar. After a stressful year, starting 2019 off with these two has been wonderful. Thank you, Rivers and Bluffs!

Samantha and Andrew Matern
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Rambo
Rambo by Christy Hassmer – I adopted Rambo aka Tiger in October 2018. I already have 2 cats but couldn’t resist him. He is such a lover, but very busy and energetic. Tiger runs around the house like the Indy 500. He bugs my other cats, but I love him too much and cannot imagine life without him! “Tigers bounce because that’s what Tigers do best.”

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Sam
My name is Maggie Novey. I'm a regular volunteer at RABAS. I started volunteering in late January and I'm so pleased with the large number of animals that have been adopted! One that was adopted came to my house!
I adopted Sam, a 14-year-old Ragdoll cat. He came to the shelter when his previous owner had to move to a nursing home.
Sammy hid in his litter box at the shelter for a week. He barely ate or drank. He was terrified.
I thought about Sammy that whole week. Who would adopt a 14-year-old, slightly anti-social cat? He needed me! That Friday I came out to the shelter and brought him home, much to my husband's surprise! That was 6 months ago.
Sam is a quirky cat. He chose a bed to hide under and that's where you will find him most of the time. We were told he did that with his previous owner, too. Just last week he asked to sit on the couch with me and today he jumped up with my husband - a first!
Remember, Sammy's been with us for 6 months. Shelter animals often need time to adjust. They don't know why they ended up at the shelter. They don't know what to think when they come home with us. Most animals don't come with a backstory. We don't know what they have experienced or how they were treated.
We love our little "Troll under the bed!" He's funny and weird but makes us laugh. All he needed was our patience and time to adjust. Glad we gave him both.
He's great!
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Betsy
One of our favorite places to be is the Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter volunteering. In July of this year a little Long-Haired Chihuahua was surrendered when we were there. She only weighed a little over 4 pounds and was terrified, shivering in her kennel and totally afraid. Bob and I decided to bring her home to foster. Imagine our surprise when she got along with our Lab mix Molly and both of our elderly cats. Seemed like a match made in heaven and that is how little Betsy came to live with us.
In the past three months, Betsy has become a very important part of our family. She’s gained a couple of ounces, learned how to wear a harness and walk on a leash. And on many warmer days, you can see us walking around town with Betsy in her little doggie stroller!! She’s attended the PdC Homecoming parade, won 4th place in the Oktoberfest Costume Contest (she was a Bumble Bee) and just this past week did the shelter proud by participating in the downtown Halloween event to showcase the shelter. Bob and I are extremely grateful to our shelter. 7 years ago, we adopted our sweet Molly-dog when we saw her on the shelter Facebook page and this year our Little Betsy came to live with us. Thanks, RABAS – Bob and Diane Witt

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Emma
This is Emma. A sweet girl who is very content with just having a warm place to stay, play and plenty of food and treats. She has come out of her shell in her own way. Finding the courage to climb on my lap or lay next to me in bed.
Emma came to our home in September 2018. She was quite shy and stayed away from everyone and was perfectly content with just having a warm place in the sun to lay and didn't want interaction with people. She slowly started to come out of her shell and looked for affection from me and even my dog. She enjoys pets and being brushed. Sometimes she is bullied by my other cat Felicia, who is younger than Emma. I was scolding Felicia for bullying her but then started to find Emma chasing Felicia and I decided that they were playing in some cat-like way. This happens regularly in the middle of the night and usually on my bed. We are all getting along well and settling in nicely and I think that she is happy and content. That makes me feel like even though it was a rough start everyone is getting along so well. I'm afraid to say any more just in case I jinx myself.
Would I adopt another shelter animal? Yes. But right now we are finally settled into a nice routine and I am afraid that bringing in another animal is not a good idea at this time. I wish I could. If my dog (Angel) and cat (Felicia) would allow it, this fall when you were overflowing with kittens I would have taken them all and not thought twice about it. After all, I am a cat lover and always will be. I'm sure you are wondering why I have a dog. She is a rescue as well, but that is a whole nother story in its self.
When someone oohs and aahs over them I recommend that they volunteer at their local shelter before they bring an animal to their house. The responsibility of a shelter animal is greater than the responsibility of all because they have to adjust to a new living situation and a whole new routine. It feels good to adopt an animal. It does not feel so good when things don't go smoothly and the situation isn't at all like you would have liked it to be.--Ana Cook

Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter has been open for a little more than a year. During that time, we have adopted nearly 300 cats and dogs!

Behind every adopted dog or cat is a story.  Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter may have been a temporary stop for your dog or cat down the road to a new life. By sharing your story, you just might inspire others to adopt an animal of their own.

If so, email us (info@riversandbluffsanimalshelter.org) and tell us about your adoption experience in one or two paragraphs. You can also attach a photo of your adopted pet, although it’s not required. If you choose to not have your name revealed, please let us know in the email. We’ll review your story and post it on our website for other adopters and potential adopters to read.


Athena
Hi! My name is Athena. This is my story. I came into my Mom's life at the end of May 2018. She is a volunteer and foster home for RABAS. When I came into the shelter as a stray my Mom was volunteering that day. I was very scared and nervous. She got me settled that day. I was so nervous and scared that I didn't want anyone to touch me or take me from this new place. I even lashed out at the volunteers and nipped a few of them(I am sorry for that). After a week or so my Mom was asked to foster me because I was still so scared. That was the day I came home for good! Little did my Mom know that I had chosen her from the beginning. I still become nervous around large crowds but my Mom is helping me be more confident. I have come a long way and I know that my Mom will be with me every day. Thank you RABAS for bringing me to my furever home! Thank you, Athena.


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Umbra

We adopted Umbra, aka Petunia. We thought we would share our story. When we saw the video of Petunia on Facebook, we knew she deserved a good home. Being her age and her breed, we knew many others wouldn't give her a chance. We already had a four-year-old female pit bull at our country home, so it was just a matter of seeing if they could get along.
It wasn't the best start, that's for sure. It took these two about a month before they were comfortable with each other, but they figured out their differences, and now they live happily here together. Umbra, aka Petunia, has come to love the country life. She enjoys alerting us to ANYTHING that is in the yard that doesn't belong (rabbits, squirrels, deer, sketchy leaves), and she gets along just fine with our chickens, as well. She is a mega-cuddler and loves to put all of her body weight on you to let you know she's ready for snuggles.
She was a perfect fit for our family, and we are so happy we could give her the home she needed. -- 
Haley Stanley


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Rosey 

I started volunteering at RABAS in December 2018. This was one of the best things I have ever decided to do. The shelter has become my happy place and I love all the cats and kittens that come in. Well, one day a very special kitten came in that won my heart. Rosey. She was in the back in ISO as all new cats are when they first came in when I first saw her. Whenever I had duty and would open her cage she would jump onto me and start purring. I just knew I had to have her. We already had 2 cats at home so my husband didn’t feel the need for a third. Well, the more I saw Rosey I knew I had to convince him she was meant to be ours. Eventually, I did. In March Rosey came to her furever home. Her 2 big sisters still don’t share the love I do for her but have come to accept she’s here to stay. She has helped them become more active since they like to chase her. I am so thankful for RABAS for bringing Rosey to us and helping all the animals they do. - Michele Kraus

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We adopted Ender and Valentine in October 2018. They may be the "rescues", but they sure helped me through a particularly difficult time. These days they rule the roost, and their current hobbies include galloping around the house, providing alarm clock services, and seeking out the warmest snuggling spots in the house. They love chin scratches and fishy treats. They have never met a stranger and will cuddle with anyone- unless you are a dog, in which case they will hiss from afar. After a stressful year, starting 2019 off with these two has been wonderful. Thank you, Rivers and Bluffs!

Samantha and Andrew Matern
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Rambo
Rambo by Christy Hassmer – I adopted Rambo aka Tiger in October 2018. I already have 2 cats but couldn’t resist him. He is such a lover, but very busy and energetic. Tiger runs around the house like the Indy 500. He bugs my other cats, but I love him too much and cannot imagine life without him! “Tigers bounce because that’s what Tigers do best.”

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Sam
My name is Maggie Novey. I'm a regular volunteer at RABAS. I started volunteering in late January and I'm so pleased with the large number of animals that have been adopted! One that was adopted came to my house!
I adopted Sam, a 14-year-old Ragdoll cat. He came to the shelter when his previous owner had to move to a nursing home.
Sammy hid in his litter box at the shelter for a week. He barely ate or drank. He was terrified.
I thought about Sammy that whole week. Who would adopt a 14-year-old, slightly anti-social cat? He needed me! That Friday I came out to the shelter and brought him home, much to my husband's surprise! That was 6 months ago.
Sam is a quirky cat. He chose a bed to hide under and that's where you will find him most of the time. We were told he did that with his previous owner, too. Just last week he asked to sit on the couch with me and today he jumped up with my husband - a first!
Remember, Sammy's been with us for 6 months. Shelter animals often need time to adjust. They don't know why they ended up at the shelter. They don't know what to think when they come home with us. Most animals don't come with a backstory. We don't know what they have experienced or how they were treated.
We love our little "Troll under the bed!" He's funny and weird but makes us laugh. All he needed was our patience and time to adjust. Glad we gave him both.
He's great!
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Betsy
One of our favorite places to be is the Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter volunteering. In July of this year a little Long-Haired Chihuahua was surrendered when we were there. She only weighed a little over 4 pounds and was terrified, shivering in her kennel and totally afraid. Bob and I decided to bring her home to foster. Imagine our surprise when she got along with our Lab mix Molly and both of our elderly cats. Seemed like a match made in heaven and that is how little Betsy came to live with us.
In the past three months, Betsy has become a very important part of our family. She’s gained a couple of ounces, learned how to wear a harness and walk on a leash. And on many warmer days, you can see us walking around town with Betsy in her little doggie stroller!! She’s attended the PdC Homecoming parade, won 4th place in the Oktoberfest Costume Contest (she was a Bumble Bee) and just this past week did the shelter proud by participating in the downtown Halloween event to showcase the shelter. Bob and I are extremely grateful to our shelter. 7 years ago, we adopted our sweet Molly-dog when we saw her on the shelter Facebook page and this year our Little Betsy came to live with us. Thanks, RABAS – Bob and Diane Witt

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Emma
This is Emma. A sweet girl who is very content with just having a warm place to stay, play and plenty of food and treats. She has come out of her shell in her own way. Finding the courage to climb on my lap or lay next to me in bed.
Emma came to our home in September 2018. She was quite shy and stayed away from everyone and was perfectly content with just having a warm place in the sun to lay and didn't want interaction with people. She slowly started to come out of her shell and looked for affection from me and even my dog. She enjoys pets and being brushed. Sometimes she is bullied by my other cat Felicia, who is younger than Emma. I was scolding Felicia for bullying her but then started to find Emma chasing Felicia and I decided that they were playing in some cat-like way. This happens regularly in the middle of the night and usually on my bed. We are all getting along well and settling in nicely and I think that she is happy and content. That makes me feel like even though it was a rough start everyone is getting along so well. I'm afraid to say any more just in case I jinx myself.
Would I adopt another shelter animal? Yes. But right now we are finally settled into a nice routine and I am afraid that bringing in another animal is not a good idea at this time. I wish I could. If my dog (Angel) and cat (Felicia) would allow it, this fall when you were overflowing with kittens I would have taken them all and not thought twice about it. After all, I am a cat lover and always will be. I'm sure you are wondering why I have a dog. She is a rescue as well, but that is a whole nother story in its self.
When someone oohs and aahs over them I recommend that they volunteer at their local shelter before they bring an animal to their house. The responsibility of a shelter animal is greater than the responsibility of all because they have to adjust to a new living situation and a whole new routine. It feels good to adopt an animal. It does not feel so good when things don't go smoothly and the situation isn't at all like you would have liked it to be.--Ana Cook
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Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter strives to find our animals the best home and to minimize the amount of time the animal stays in our shelter. For those reasons, we do not necessarily wait for all interested adopters to fill out adoption forms before placing the dog or cat. If you are interested in an animal, please visit us and fill out an adoption form as soon as possible. If you don't get the animal you want, there may be another just waiting for you! We only want what is best for our furry friends.

The adoption fee for an adult dog over one year is 200.00(tax included) and a puppy under one year is $250.00 (tax included). This includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccination if age appropriate, heartworm testing if appropriate, deworming, flea/tick medicine, Bordetella and distemper/parvovirus vaccinations. Microchip is also included.

The adoption fee for an adult cat over one year is $100 (tax included) and a kitten under one year is $125(tax included). This includes spay/neuter, distemper vaccination, deworming, FeLV testing and a rabies vaccination if age appropriate. If the new owner requests, a microchip is included. (An extra fee may be applied.)

Our organization has done its best to evaluate the health and disposition of the pet(s) you are adopting. However, RABAS can only assure you that the pet(s) you are adopting appeared healthy and was/were suitable for adoption at the time of the adoption. It is possible that he or she has been exposed to diseases that may not show symptoms for several weeks, including diseases that could be transmittable to humans.

Refunds. No matter how careful the shelter is in attempting to match the right pet with the right family, there are occasions where animals are returned to the shelter. Adoption fees are non- refundable, except at the discretion of the Shelter Manager. Those fees not refunded are considered a donation.

Animal Returns. For adopted animals returned to the shelter at any time, staff records the information on the Log Sheet. The adopter must return the Rabies tag, the Rabies Certificate, and any other information pertinent to the returned animal that was given to him or her at the time of adoption. At the Shelter Manager’s discretion, another animal may be chosen to adopt within a 30-day limit.

Adoptable Pets

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View our current wish list below or click on the "Amazon Wish List" button to purchase directly off of Amazon.


As a nonprofit organization, we are always in need of supplies! The following is a list of urgent need items that we go through very quickly.

  • Mr. Clean & Spic and Span and laundry detergent 
  • Liquid dish detergent. 
  • 13-gallon garbage can liners
  • Lysol cleaner - with a lilac scent
  • Small cat/dog beds - gently used would be ok.
  • Poop bags
  • Martingale collars - a variety of sizes 
  • Leather gloves XL size
  • Copy paper
  • Scoopable cat litter

Monetary donations are also needed and greatly appreciated! You can make a monetary donation by clicking the link below.

Wish List

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George found his furever family today


Squirrel found her furever home!


Sweet Layla went home with her new mom today! 

Shelby & Louie found a home together today. We’re sure they will be life long friends.

Norma went to her furever home!


Thank you for your interest in viewing The most recent pet adoptions from Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter. We hope you schedule your visit soon.







Recent Adoptions

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George found his furever family today Squirrel found her furever home! Sweet Layla went home with her new mom today!  ...


Nelson True Value Expo
February 9, 2019.
More information to follow.


Eagle Appreciation Day Food Stand and Bake Sale is set for Saturday, February 23rd. We will sell some type of sandwiches, pop, chips, popcorn – possibly, and some take and eat baked goods.


Painting Party Fundraiser
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Phoneraiser - Please continue to save and donate your old cell phones, smartphones and ink cartridges. They can be dropped off at the shelter, Tender Care Animal Hospital, Radio Shack or Computer Support Plus. Shelly, thank you for your help with this.

Schwan’s and Amazon.Com – To support RABAS by placing an order from Schwan’s, please visit the following website https://schwans.flipgive.com/c/11785#.U7QGs-Z5E31.gmail. Schwan’s will donate 5% of each order placed to RABAS. 

Amazon Smile is a website operated by Amazon that lets customers enjoy the same wide selection of products, low prices, and convenient shopping features as on Amazon.com. The difference is that when customers shop on AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to the charitable organizations selected by customers. Please consider either or both of these fundraisers when shopping online from Schwan’s and Amazon. It doesn’t get any easier than this.

An Additional Way to Help Rivers & Bluffs Animal Shelter can now be done through an automatic ACH withdrawal from your checking or savings account on a regular basis. This automatic withdrawal can be made for any amount and can be done as often as you would like – weekly, monthly, whatever you would like. These regular donations, no matter how big or small, couldeasily help Rivers & Bluffs Animal Shelter with their monthly expenses once the shelter is open.


Another Way to Help is to purchase supplies when you are out shopping or by going online to do so. Things we can use now include clumping cat litter, paper towel, toilet paper, poop bags, 13-gallon trash can liners, liquid hand soap in dispensers for counter tops, copy paper, stamps, and fecal collection tubes. We can also use a few more Kuranda elevated dog beds and Martingale collars in an assortment of sizes – S, M, L. Currently we have enough dog and cat food and treats, bleach, dish soap, dog toys, blankets, and towels.

UPCOMING FUNDRAISERS

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If you love animals, becoming a volunteer at Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter is definitely something you should consider. You will be making a difference not only to the animals that reside there but to the shelter and to your community. Words can’t adequately describe the rewarding feeling you get from helping these beautiful four-legged souls that are without a family to love and care for them.

Volunteers are an essential part of our daily operation.

There are a variety of tasks assigned to volunteers; some include working with the animals, some do not. You can walk dogs, socialize cats, clean cages, help with feeding, watering, and grooming, or administrative tasks. Some volunteers choose more than one “job” so they can contribute wherever help is needed most.

This does require a time commitment. Rivers and Bluffs does expect volunteers to honor whatever time commitment they’ve made. We need to know you’ll be there when you say you will, and if your life is in flux, it’s unfair to the shelter and the animals to make promises you can’t keep.

Getting started as an animal shelter volunteer is easy. You fill out an application and typically attend a “new volunteer” orientation. We use this orientation to familiarize volunteers with our operations and to make sure this new relationship starts off right. It’s similar to starting a new job, except you don’t get paid, at least not with currency you can spend. Shelter volunteers get paid with emotional dollars they can put in their personal bank of pride and self-appreciation.

Volunteering at a shelter is something I highly recommend for all animal lovers. If you’re like me, it may make you sad (and mad) to see so many beautiful animals without a loving home. Yet it will also fill your heart with happiness to know that you are enriching their lives as they wait to find a family of their own. (Click here to learn more....)





Sometimes things happen in life that are beyond your control. Whether because of landlord problems, allergies, relocation, deployment, financial problems, a death in the family, or something else, you may find yourself with no other choice but to give up your pet.
We know how difficult and heartbreaking making this decision can be.
The good news is that you don’t have to surrender your pet to Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter, and you can do it in minutes.  We may be able to provide resources to help you keep your pet in your home. For more information about alternatives to surrendering your pet, please call us at 608.380.1559.
Rivers and Bluffs hosts a rehoming community page on our website where you can post your pet for adoption. Nobody knows your pet better than you! You can provide the best description of their personality and pictures of them in a home setting. Additionally, you would be most knowledgeable when talking to a potential new owner about whether the animal would be a good fit for them. Rehoming your pet this way allows them to stay at home in comfortable surroundings while you select the home that you think will be the best for them. This also leaves one more opening at Rivers and Bluffs for those animals without someone to advocate for them.
This rehoming service is NOT intended for the sale of animals or purposely-bred litters. The goal of the rehoming service is for individual owners to find good, permanent homes for their animals, not to sell animals for a profit. You may, however, ask for a donation as a rehoming fee.
All dogs and cats listed through the rehoming service MUST be spayed/neutered if over the age of 6 months. In addition, all animals posted here must be up-to-date on age appropriate vaccinations for their particular species, including rabies and distemper.

Click Here to Rehome Your Pet via Rivers and Bluffs Community Listing






On behalf of the animals, we thank you again for your support…our work is possible only through the generous support of people and businesses like you, who help us make a difference in the lives of countless animals and people. Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter is a 501(c)(3) volunteer-run charitable organization. We are pleased to announce the following ways to make a donation.

Donations

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Memorial tiles is a wonderful way to honor a family member, remember a friend, or commemorate an event with your family. The memorial tile wall is displayed prominently and greets anyone who enters the Shelter.
The tiles are in place on the large wall in the lobby. The wall is very striking and people who have purchased tiles have been coming in to find their tile on the wall.  Profit from these tiles is $5,659.00. Thanks to everyone who ordered a tile. If you would like to order a tile, you can do so. The 2nd promotion has begun. Tiles from the 2nd promotion will be ordered when we have a minimum order of 50 tiles. Tiles can be ordered in memory of or in honor of a beloved pet or family member. Tiles can also be inscribed with a family or business name. The engraved tiles make excellent gifts for the animal lover in your life. Cost of a 4x8 tile is $75 and the cost of an 8x8 tile is $150.
Online order.
Tile order forms are also available at the shelter. You can complete an order form and pay for it while visiting the shelter.

Kwik Trip Gas The sale of these cards can play an important role in funding the monthly operational costs. The Kwik Trip cards can be purchased at the shelter. The cards can be used in the store for products or at the pump for gas. A simple swipe at the pump and you will be on your way without waiting plus you will be helping Rivers & Bluffs Animal Shelter. We make 5% from every gasoline purchase and an additional 10% for every in-store purchase. Please support Rivers & Bluffs Animal Shelter through the purchase of the Kwik Trip Cards.

Partnering for Pets – Nelson True Value in Prairie du Chien has offered RABAS an ongoing opportunity to raise funds True Value has printed cards that are available at the shelter. If you purchase wild bird food products or pet products fromTrue Value and present this card at the time of purchase, True Value will donate 10% of the purchase price to RABAS.
But it is up to us to get these cards into the hands of people who purchase pet and wild bird food products from True Value. So, please help spread the word. And then purchasers need to remember to show the card at checkout.
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Continuing Fundraisers

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Bailey the beagle is looking for his forever home. He is a pretty laid back boy who loves to snuggle up on a couch, give kisses and go for car rides. Bailey is going to be 10 in May and is working on losing some excess weight with a special diet. He is being fostered with a family that has 4 other beagles and gets along well with all of them. He will need a furever home with a family that can give him the exercise he needs and continue his special diet. If you are interested in meeting and adopting this handsome fella message us or give us a call at the shelter to setup an appointment in advance.


Pets of the Month

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Bailey the beagle is looking for his forever home. He is a pretty laid back boy who loves to snuggle up on a couch, give kisses ...

Mailing Address

Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter

PO Box 421

Prairie du Chien, Wi 53821

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Location:

460 Cliffwood Drive

Prairie du Chien, Wi 53821

Click here for a map

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Office Manager

officemanager@riversandbluffsanimalshelter.org

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Kennel Manager

rabasmanager@gmail.com

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Rivers and Bluffs Animal Shelter is a 501(c)(3) volunteer-run charitable organization. State License 468354-DS