AnimalSave transforms the lives of cats and dogs by providing humane education, affordable spay and neuter services, and by finding loving homes. We envision a time when all animals are valued and treated with kindness and compassion. 
Through our good work, every year ... 
 more than 200 dogs and cats are adopted into loving homes
more than 1,500 dogs and cats are spayed or neutered at our Spay/Neuter Clinic
• more than 25,000 hours are donated by dedicated volunteers

Thank you for helping AnimalSave help the animals.

Donate now or volunteer your time and talents.


Holiday Book Sale

AnimalSave's Book Nook is hosting a Holiday Book Sale from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday December 7, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, December 8. Guests who plan to attend this popular sale can start their holiday shopping to take advantage of giveaway prices on books for the whole family. Selections include children’s books, cooking, mystery, fiction, romance, self-help, vintage, audio / video, games, puzzles and lots more. All priced from 25 cents to $1.

When: December 7, Friday 10:00-5:00 pm and December 8, Saturday 10:00-4:00 pm

Where: AnimalSave Center, The Book Nook, 520 E. Main Street, Suite G, Grass Valley



Our Year-End Appeal: Help Us Raise $50,000 by December 31!

Please help AnimalSave help the animals by donating toward our Year-end Campaign goal of $50,000.  Without generous donations, we would not have been able to help Elvis.

Elvis arrived on Halloween of 2017: a big, gregarious, orange tabby cat that for at least a decade had been a fixture at the North Star House. But now he was old, sick, and needed protection from the storms of winter…so AnimalSave took him in. We soon discovered that his ears were infected, his teeth were diseased, he had a huge tumor on his chest, and what turned out to be the slug from a pellet gun, lodged inside him for who knows how many years. For the next nine months we nursed him back to health, cared for him, and kept him warm and safe . . . until in June of this year, sweet Elvis left the building for the last time and crossed the Rainbow Bridge.

Click here to read more about the work AnimalSave has been doing to better the lives of companion animals in the community for the last forty years.

With deepest gratitude, 

Carolyn Niehaus
AnimalSave Executive Director