We are so sad to have lost a member of The Haven family. She was a kind, spirited, and loving person who tireless volunteered at The Haven, providing support so vital to the animals here. Her love shown through in everything she did and all those who knew her loved her. Born in England, she would often sing as she worked in her beautiful British accent that brought cheer to all around.
We know that she is sorely missed by her husband, daughter, son in law and grandson. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that donations be made in remembrance of her to The Haven-Friends for Life. Her legacy is a lasting one at TheHaven and there are so many members of our four-legged family that are forever indebted to her.
Our thoughts and prayers are with her and her family. Jo…we miss you so much!
The Haven has saved its 5,000th Animal from Moore County Animal County. The 2 photos on the bottom shows the director, Al Carter handing off to The Havens volunteer, Danielle Frame, it's 5000th animal. The Haven has been going every Tuesday for the past 6 years to Moore County Animal Control saving it puppies, kittens, small dogs and others from being euthanized. It saves anywhere from 500 to 900 yearly and accounts for Moore County having one of the lowest euthanasia rates in the state. In turn The Haven adopts most of these animals out to the residents of Cumberland County at it's Fayetteville adoption center, PetsMart. On average, 2000 animals are adopted out yearly. The Haven as well as Moore County Animal Control are grateful to each other for their commitment to saving animal lives. Top left Danielle and Al in front of Haven van, top right, Pat Newton (Moore County Haven Rep) with Jerry, an animal control officer- before the hand off but after the lucky 5000th puppy was chosen.