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Adopt A Cat Day, Sat 11:30-2:30

ADOPT A CAT DAY-SATURDAYS Every Saturday 11:30-2:30. Come in and meet our wonderful cats - every one of them needs a home to call their own. If you need to schedule an appointment, please call 389-1085 or email cats@vipp.org. Shelter Address: 12200 SW 243rd Street - off of Old Mill Rd. Dog adoptions are by appointment only, call 389-1085 or email dogs@vipp.org. VIPP's dogs are not housed at the cat shelter, but are in foster homes or boarded on Vashon. Click here to see the current dogs:
http://www.adoptapet.com/vipp

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SMILE.AMAZON.COM helps VIPP! ** Micro-chip your pet for $10Bucks!

USE SMILE.AMAZON.COM If you log into to Amazon.com using Smile.Amazon.com, you can choose Vashon Island Pet Protectors as your preferred non-profit and VIPP will receive .05% of your eligible smile purchases! It's easy!!!

Micro-Chip your pet for $10 now! For a limited time Fair Isle animal clinic and VIPP are running a great special. Get a mico-chip (normally $50) for $10 bucks! Keep your pet safe - it is the best way to be reunited with your pet if they are lost and that is so important, especially during an Island emergency. Call Fair Isle now 463-3607 for a voucher and to make an appointment.

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EDUCATION

VIPP offers many resources for answers to your questions when it comes to your pets. It is very important to VIPP that the community has the information it needs to best care for companion animals. Through this website and local events, VIPP is the place to go for answers. We are committed to getting the information out in a timely manner, especially when it concerns the health and well being of your pets.

If you don't see what you are looking for here, please feel free to email us with your questions.

INFORMATION RE:VASHON COYOTE SIGHTINGS...Keep Pets Safe VIPP has been hearing about coyote sightings on Vashon. If you let your cats out, consider keeping them inside especially at night. And don't let your dogs roam; that's against County regulations anyway. Keep an eye on the pets!