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White Oak, PA 15131
The White Oak Animal Safe Haven is a NO-KILL animal shelter located in the borough of White Oak across from the White Oak Borough Building. WOASH is governed by a board of directors, which is made up of our Founder, Ina Marton, and other local caring residents and business people. The White Oak Animal Safe Haven, Inc. has successfully placed over 4,000 animals into caring and loving homes in the few short years the shelter has been open. Many of the animals WOASH cares for are usually unwanted and abandoned strays. With a wonderful and caring staff, the White Oak Animal Safe having takes great care of every animal that it takes in and gives them the attention they need until they find a forever home. Since WOASH is a non-profit and all volunteer ran shelter, they are always looking for donations. Whether it is money, your time, or simply pet food we GREATLY appreciate it. If you or someone you know would like to donate or interested in volunteering, please send to: White Oak Animal Safe Haven, Inc. 2295 Lincoln Way White Oak, PA 15131. You can also donate now by clicking on the "Donate Now" at the top of this page. If you would like to know more information about the White Oak Animal Safe Heaven please contact us at 412-672-8901 or (Fax) 412-672-8903

2545 Mohawk Drive
White Oak, PA 15131
PAWS for Cancer Walk - April 24, 2010 Looking for team members and/or donors to Team Tailblazers, which supports the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. PAWS for Cancer is taking place at Fairview Park, South Fayette Township on Saturday, April 24, 2010. 8am: Registration begins 9am: Blessing of the dogs 9:30 am: Walk begins 11am: Lunch available - ribs, chicken, hot dogs, etc for purchase $25 registration fee per 1st dog and human companion - includes bandana and tee shirt $10 for additional dog (limit 2 per human companion) and includes bandana I am participating in the Paws for Cancer, Relay for Life in honor of several friends and family who have been affected by cancer: Uncle Richie and Cousin Ed and all my friends family members who continue to battle bravely each and every day.I am also walking in memory of those who we have lost to cancer: my dear sweet Lacee girl. Please support my efforts to fight back against cancer by making a donation or joining my Relay For LifeĀ® team. Your efforts will help the American Cancer Society fund groundbreaking cancer research, provide up-to-date cancer information, advocate for all people to have access to screening and treatment, and offer free programs and services to improve the quality of life for people facing cancer. By being a part of Relay, we are joining a worldwide movement to help defeat cancer for future generations. If you are intersted in joining our team_Team Tailblazers_ or making a donation to our team, please visit the following link: http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR?pg=team&fr_id=25393&team_id=651715

Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations
2295 Lincoln Way
White Oak, PA 15131
White Oak Animal Safe Haven was founded by Ina Jean Marton. She opened the doors to the shelter on September 21, 2003. The main goal of this shelter was, and still is, to save homeless and stray animals. There are countless reasons why no-kill shelters are so important. First and foremost, it is extremely unfair to the animals to be euthanize for any reason besides a serious medical issue where they are suffering. A no-kill shelter would never euthanize an animal to make room for another or because an animal has been in the shelter for a certain length of time. No-kill shelters are more likely to find a suitable home for the individual pet and make the new owners aware of the pet's strengths and weaknesses. We understand that certain animals cannot go to homes with other animals or possibly a certain dog cannot be placed in a home with children. We will find the best possible home for our animals as to not ever put them in danger. Our ultimate goal is to make their new homes their forever homes, we do not want any of our pets to end up homeless again and especially for something that could have been avoided from the start.

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