HOLIDAY GIFT IDEA: Purchase Art by Dan Koffman at CASA

Local artist, Dan Koffman, will donate 50% of the purchase price for orders placed through CASA for these very special art prints. Camano Island Version (with a Smile) of the classic French "Chat Noir" (Black Cat) image and the new (Black Dog) "Chien Noir de Camano". View artwork at the shelter.

Learn more about the talented and generous local artist at www.artwithasmile.com.

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Orphaned Kitten
Please join the CASA team and become a life-saving foster home to kittens, puppies, or cats and dogs with special needs. Without your help we cannot help the animals. CASA is a tiny shelter tackling large needs and we need your help! ..... Get started >

ORDER YOUR "ISLAND LOVE" SHIRT NOW, while supplies last: http://teespring.com/CASAislandlove2 NOW FOR SALE AT CASA

Camano Island's NO-KILL shelter is raising funds for our needy animals while spreading the LOVE!

CASA is kicking off their new "Island Love" shirt design. This fun design showcases our beautiful island and our love of the animals. ...

CASA is a small no-kill animal welfare organization on Camano Island which not only offers standard community animal shelter services to the public, but also helps special animal cases which many shelters do not. We believe elbow grease and donations can go a long way.

Help support CASA and show your "Island Love" with our new limited edition shirt design.

Available in red Mens/Unisex T-shirt, Ladies V-Neck Shirt, Mens V-Neck Shirt, Tank Top, Long-sleeve, and Hoodie.

Learn more about our organization at camanoanimalshelter.org


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The Animals Need Us

you can help us save lives

Domestic pets do not thrive without the help of humans. Without us, pets can slip through the cracks or end up living out their lives on the streets. With the local economy in hard times too many people are left with the decision to give up their pets. Many are too embarrassed to ask for help, and some pets are left at the homes their owners had to leave behind. Many cats who are left behind do not find their way to the shelter. Often they learn to survive out in the wild and either start or join a feral/wild colony.

Feral colonies on our island are prevalent and heavily contribute to the shelter's Kitten Season. CASA tries to help save, bottle feed and wean as many motherless kittens as possible during our warmer months. We depend completely on people willing to foster and nurture these kittens around the clock until they are old enough to come live at the shelter and find their Forever Homes.




"Never, never be afraid to do what's right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society's punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way." - Martin L King Jr