Click Here to View Some of Our NON-ADOPTABLE PERMANENT RESIDENTS INCLUDING OUR NEWEST ADDITIONS, OUR TWO-LEGGED CHI-WEENIES
WE'RE HOLDING A RAFFLE FOR A LOVELY FALL CENTERPIECE WITH SCRATCH OFF LOTTERY TICKETS! POTENTIAL OF $300,000 IN WINNINGS...(FACE VALUE $27). REMOVE THE TICKETS AND HAVE A LOVELY THANKSGIVING CENTERPIECE. TICKETS ARE ONLY $1 EACH OR 6/$5. PLEASE VISIT VITAMIN VILLAGE IN CAMDENTON, OR CALL MARGE AT 573-434-9207 FOR TICKETS. THE DRAWING WILL BE HELD ON NOVEMBER 14!
Blue Moon Sanctuary is celebrating its 15th year of service to animals in the Lake area. Founded by five women, the organization exists to provide forever homes for approximately 85 special needs animals. Most of the animals are either physically or emotionally challenged due to abuse or neglect by humans. With these ladies in their private homes, the animals live in a warm and nurturing environment with their special needs addressed. No animal in the care of the Blue Moon is caged.
As important, the organization provides spay and neuter assistance, as well as assists with medical bills for people who can't afford emergency care for their pets. Overpopulation is a huge issue at the Lake, and the group is often inundated with calls about animals being dumped. Sometimes, the person finding the animal will be able to keep it, but will need financial assistance for vet visits and spay/neuter. Most of the money raised by Blue Moon goes directly back to the community in the form of public assistance. The organization is a 501(c)3 organization, and virtually all of the money raised goes directly to help the animals at the Lake.
Countless animals are being dumped with their newborn litters. All the local shelters are beyond capacity, and there's no safe place for these many unwanted litters. Please spay and neuter your pet before more litters are born!.
There is NO excuse for this type of behavior! If you can't afford the fee, Blue Moon and other organizations will assist in paying the spay/neuter costs for your pets.
Mary Ann Golden and Denise Kern, our certified wildlife rehabbers, has received lots of phone calls for assistance with wild animals. They've had a wide variety of animals, including fox, coyotes, song birds, opossums and racoons over the years. They have a special touch with these delicate creatures and has great success in helping them succeed in the wild. No wild animal is ever kept as a pet. If you encounter an injured or seemingly abandoned wild animal, please call Mary Ann for assistance. They require special handling and diets, and the animal's life depends on you making the right call - please don't try to take care of them yourselves.
We have made the difficult decision to close our thrift store due to rising costs and declining revenues. We are still accepting household donations (no clothing, please) and would appreciate anything you may have. We will have periodic garage sales to raise funds for the Sanctuary. Please call 573-317-9385 to arrange for drop off of your unwanted items.
We are a small group of women who have a lifetime of caring for and loving all creatures on our planet. In October of 1999, our deep concern inspired us to form Blue Moon Sanctuary, Inc., a 501(c)3, not-for-profit corporation.
We are small, but we are firmly committed to helping homeless, abused or abandoned dogs and cats through contributions and your donated efforts. Permanent homes will be found with pre-approved, caring individuals in return for a modest donation to our organization. Dogs and cats that are not now, or may never be deemed adoptable,will be provided a loving, permanent home here at our Sanctuary.
Our continued efforts are only possible with contributions from concerned, supportive individuals. WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!
We invite ALL interested, caring individuals to inspect our sanctuary (by appointment) or visit with us and learn more about our future plans. We are ALL volunteers and ALL FUNDS donated will be used for the animals.
Blue Moon Sanctuary
P.O. Box 294
Linn Creek MO 65052
Phone: (573) 317-9385
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