Grafton, New South Wales, Australia

Lets together build a new home for our kittens for New Year!

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Happy Paws Haven is animal rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming centre in the Clarence Valley in Northern NSW, which provides adoption re-homing services throughout Australia. At Happy Paws Haven the primary focus is the animals in our care.
Happy Paws Haven is an incorporated, not for profit and endorsed animal care, welfare and adoption charity that was founded by Sally Rogers in July 2006 in the Grafton area of the Clarence Valley region in Northern NSW, Australia.
Each animal that enters the Happy Paws Haven shelter receives a proper veterinary check, microchipping, de-sexing and are well fed and cared for in a loving and caring environment, all of the animals are free roaming in specially built enclosures and are only put into cages when they are sick.

Happy Paws Haven also has a no kill policy meaning that no animals are euthanased unless they are of course suffering an illness with no chance of recovery or suffer major behavioural issues that endanger other animals including humans. This only takes place if all other avenues of rehabilitation have failed.
Some of our dogs also receive training at the Grafton Dog Obedience Club which is located at the Grafton Showgrounds in Prince Street Grafton 2460 NSW, this club offers classes in obedience, basic manners, agility training, tricks, tracking and much more.

Sally Rogers has started a crowdfunding campaign with a goal of raising $18,000 in order to build a New Kitten House for New Year!
In the creator’s own words: Our old Kitten House is Gone! We urgently need a New Kitten House for New Year! We have the Place, We have the Space! We even have two litters waiting to play in their new house! We just need the house for them to stay & play until they find their new home! There will be a separate adoption viewing area too!
The fund raised will be also used for the following expenses:

  • A fresh new play area!
  • New litter trays, bowls!
  • Snuggle boxes,
  • Cat shelves,
  • Hammocks,
  • Scratching posts
  • Cat climbing frame!
  • Balconies

You’ve read this far. You’re ready to support. THANK YOU! But everyone loves rewards. Take a look at what they’ve got to offer!

  • Name a Kitty Litter Tray
  • Colour a snuggle box
  • Name a Kitten hammock
  • Kitten climbing tower
  • Your name on the wall of honour

Thank you so much for any help you’re able to give. And please forward this campaign to anyone you think may be interested and willing to help.
Any amount would count and it would be much appreciated if you are not able to give then to SHARE SHARE SHARE! Thank you all and much love!
Have a look at the chuffed link for more information:


funding goal

Project Rewards
$20 Name a kitty Litter Tray
We are purchasing new litter trays for the new kitten house. we are inviting you to put your name or that of your pet on a litter tray.
$75 Colour a snuggle box
We are painting our snuggle boxes for the new kitten house, chose a colour for a snuggle box and name it
$75 Name a kitten hammock
The kittens and cats will get some hammocks for their balconies, put your pets name or your name or that of your children on a hammock for Christmas.
$500 Kitten climbing tower
Sponsor a kitten climbing tower or condo. Kittens and cats love to climb and play. Every kitten and cat room needs at least one climbing frame or condo, helps us by sponsoring a play tower
$1,000 Put your name on our wall of honor
We are build a wall of honor at the back of the kitten house for everyone to see as they come up the drive. For every donation of $1000 we will have a plaque made with your details on it to be displayed for all to see.

One Comments

  • Rhonda Porter 25 / 02 / 2017 Reply

    So very sad to see a shelter being prosecuted for animal cruelty. If the owner is found guilty in a court of law them she would have been doing exactly the opposite of what the donations were given to the shelter for – to protect the animals.

    A RSPCA prosecution is a very serious matter and would not have proceeded to charges/court proceedings without ample evidence by the RSPCA to believe they can win the case. A point that really needs to be considered by all

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