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Haven Humane Society has received a great gift from reality food show host Rachel Ray, and her foundation.
Haven Human Society got a Rachel Ray Save Them All grant from Best Friends Animal Society, which is going to provide kennels for their new kitten nursery.
The grant will also help save the lives of many kittens across Shasta County.
Haven Humane Society is an active partner in Best Friends Network.
Best Friends Network offers help to rescue groups and shelters that save the lives of animals in their community.
Best Friends Network is the only national animal welfare organization dedicated to ending the killing of dogs and cats in shelters across America.
This is Daisy the dog and she is ready to go home with a loving family.
Right now at Haven Humane Society you can take home a cute cat, or dog for only $25 through March 18th.
Stop by Haven Humane Society today and adopt an animal that needs a loving home.
You might remember when a litter of puppies was found when Redding Police responded to a call of an illegal camp.
Haven Humane Society and its volunteers were able to adopt out all of those puppies. They all now have loving homes.
Action News Now reporter Mario Montalvo adopted Harrison from that litter of puppies.
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