Helping Our Community
To protect and improve the lives of cats and dogs in need in Sonoma Valley through sheltering, adoption, humane education, and community programs.
OUR IMPACT TO OUR COMMUNITY
Since 1982, Pets Lifeline's impact has filled a critical community need.
Animals were provided with shelter, care and protection
Cats & dogs found forever homes
Lost and frightened pets were returned to their worried families
Since 2010, the Pets Lifeline Feral Program has provided medical care including spay/neuter and vaccinations for 842 Community cats.
Since 2018, our Tender Loving Paws program has assisted 49 senior citizens with financial assistance for pet care totaling over $11,000.
Since 2019, our new Pet Food Pantry has provided 3,733 orders of free pet food to those in need.
INVESTING IN COMMUNITY PROGRAMS AND EDUCATION
Free Spay and Neuter Programs to low-income community (2,683 pets Since 2010).
Summer Camps and after school camps for kids to learn about animals and pets in our lives (839 kids since 2013).
Humane Education programs in the schools about pets and responsible ownership.
Dog training classes for different levels and ages.
Low cost Microchipping Program.
THE GREATER GOOD
PLL transferred 12 dogs and 5 cats from Hurricane Katrina who were later reconnected with their owners or found local homes.
PLL transferred in a shipment of street dogs from Thailand and rehomed them in Sonoma Valley.
PLL managed a major relocation of dogs and cats due to the wildfires in Sonoma Valley.
PLL participated in the Tulsa Transport to transfer in dogs from a hoarding situation in Oklahoma.
Participating in annual audits according to CA state law.
Recognition from Guidestar's
Using solar panels, water reclamation, and the only septic vermiculture systems in the area.
While a being a 501(c)3 non profit, PLL pays property taxes, employee taxes, and sales taxes to support our community.
Funded completely by donations from our amazing community—receiving no funding from any govt. agency.