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Pet of the Week

Kissimmee

Spayed Female
Adult (2 to 8 years)
Pet of the Week

Monterrey Jack

Neutered Male
Adult (2 to 8 years)

Helping Whidbey Island Pets and Their People

Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation (WAIF) is a non-profit organization which was formed in 1990 in an effort to help Whidbey Island’s homeless companion animals. WAIF is dedicated to providing food, shelter, veterinary care, and nurturing to displaced pets until loving homes can be found for them.

 

 

 

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Callie

To my favorite peoples… It was a very long day! Trapped in a crate😿😿😿 for a long time… I used a variety of approaches to be released (meows, paw through…

Announcements

WAIF is excited to announce a new program for pets to stay out of shelters. WAIF, and other participating shelters, have been brought onboard to provide this unique, direct-to-adopter tool for pet guardians looking to rehome their animals. In just a few simple steps, pets can find a loving new home without ever seeing the inside of a shelter. It’s free to use for both guardians and adopters, and gives animals needing a new home the best of both worlds: their current guardian can find the best fit, and their adopter can learn all about their personality and preferences first-hand. It’s a win-win for pets! To learn more, please click here.

WAIF has homemade shelters available for feral and free-roaming cats to protect them from the harsh winter elements. A limited supply is on-hand and if you would like one, please call (360) 678-8901 to make arrangements for pick up.