This month, the Port Landing at Fife Blog is bringing residents ways to celebrate National Cat Day on October 29th. Head out of your Fife, WA apartment and visit local humane society places like Auburn Valley Humane Society, Next to Nature, and Metro Animal Services. Read on to learn more about these in today's blog post.
The Auburn Valley Humane Society enriches the lives of animals and people through sheltering, programs, services, and community engagement.
“Auburn Valley Humane Society is much more than just ‘the pound’. It’s a community education center where pets and people can come together. You can expect pet related seminars from local veterinarians and staff on topics ranging from grooming to diabetes.”
Auburn Valley Humane Society is about 12 miles from Port Landing at Fife.
Founded in 1995, Next to Nature provides healthy treats, foods, and quality accessories to pet lovers. ‘Next to Nature’ is not just the name of this company. They believe they can make a positive impact in the lives of your pets via better nutrition. This business is a local, family-owned company with stores is Seattle, Edmonds, and Tacoma. Every year they quietly donate a significant percentage of their profits to animal welfare causes. They are committed to continue to expand their knowledge and expertise in animal nutrition for the benefit of their customers. Next to Nature is about a 12-minute drive from Port Landing at Fife.
Metro Animal Services is a partnership that shelters, protects, and unites the pets and people of seven cities in eastern Pierce County and southern King County. Metro is operated by the City of Sumner and utilizes a shelter provided by the City of Puyallup. The Cities of Algona, Bonney Lake, Edgewood, Milton and Pacific participate by interlocal agreement. Metro Animal Services is about 19-minutes from Port Landing at Fife.
Let us know what you’ll be doing to celebrate National Cat Day at the end of the month. Leave a comment. Thanks for reading!