SAINTS FAQ

What type of animals are in the care of SAINTS?

We usually have approximately 120 animals on site. Dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, bunnies, horses, cows, sheep, goats, pigs and more.

Where do they come from?

Most of the animals that arrive at SAINTS are from
local animal shelters that didn’t have space for them
in their shelter as most SAINTS animals are seniors
or special needs and would have a hard time getting
adopted from a shelter. Other animals that come to
SAINTS through veterinarians. And are owner surrendered most often from senior
citizens who, due to health concerns, are no longer
able to care for their animals. Sometimes these animals
lose their homes when their senior caregiver passes
away.

What happens to the animals that are brought to SAINTS?

When an animal is brought to SAINTS it is assessed
as to the possibility of either adoption to a permanent
home, remaining a lifelong sanctuary animals or supportive
care in a permanent foster home. This is determined
by their level of care required, any existing health
conditions or any that develop while in care (come
in as adoptable, but become sanctuary animals at the
discovery of a terminal illness).

Where is the sanctuary?

SAINTS is located on 3 acres – 33860 Dlugosh Avenue in Mission. MAP

Can I visit the sanctuary?

Please read our the information on visiting SAINTS here.

How is SAINTS funded?

All of our funding is raised through volunteer-driven
fundraising events or through private donations from
our supporters. Donate to SAINTS here

How can I help the animals at SAINTS?

Please visit our Helping
Us
page if you would like to help SAINTS.

Is SAINTS a registered charity?

Yes, SAINTS registered charity number is: 856579032RR0001

Can SAINTS take my animal?

Saints is currently full, we are available to discuss problem solving solutions so your animal can remain in their home but are unable to provide a re-homing solution at SAINTS at this time.