Welcome to Safe Place For Pets
Meet Goose: Goose is a healthy, beautiful 14 lb. spayed female DSH sweetheart with a gorgeous gray and tan coat. In her youth, Goose wrangled lizards and mice. But now in her retirement, she prefers a much more laid back and relaxed lifestyle. Goose can be quite affectionate, on her terms of course. She has a great purr, and a squeak of a meow. She has lived with a dog. With a clean bill of health from the vet, Goose has plenty of life left in her.
Visit our available pets.
Temperatures are cooling, leaves are turning all sorts of gorgeous colors and there’s a renewed sense of purpose in the air. It must be Fall! What better season to fall in love with your new best friend? The requested donation for all cats and dogs during the month of October will be equal to their weight or age, which ever is less. Visit our available pets to fall in love.
Want to help us out? SP4P is a 100% volunteer organization and we are always in need of amazing volunteers like you! Check out our immediate volunteer openings.
Join us on Sunday, October 11, 2015 for a California Pizza Kitchen FUNdraising event. Just bring this flyer, present it to your server and 20% of your check will be donated to Safe Place for Pets. Purchases include dine-in, take-out, catering and beverages. See you there! (California Pizza Kitchen – Shops at Briargate, 1645 Briargate Pky #203, Colorado Springs, CO 80920) click here to print flyer.
SP4P and Best Friends are challenging you to the virtual Strut your Mutt 5K! We have set a fundraising goal of $5,000, and with your help, can exceed that goal and help to provide the care and support that our bereaved furry friends at SP4P need. Find out more here.
1141 Manitou Ave., Manitou Springs, CO 80829 Saturday 10:00-4:00 and Sunday 11:00-5:00 By appt: (719) 359-0201
SP4P is pleased to announce our Wellness Program received a grant from John G. Duncan Charitable Trust!
About John G. Duncan Charitable Trust: The mission of the John G. Duncan Charitable Trust is to perpetuate the generosity of John G. Duncan by supporting a variety of charitable causes within Colorado. John G. Duncan was born in Sacramento, California in 1866. He lived a substantial portion of his life in Henderson, Kentucky, where he was actively involved in the philanthropic community. He later relocated to Denver, Colorado, where he also supported a number of different non-profit organizations. Mr. Duncan died in 1955 at the age of 89.