Adoption Event Information
Want to meet a variety of our adoptable pets? Join us for an adoption event! We would love to help you find a purr-fect pet to call family! Our adoption event information will be posted here and on our Facebook page frequently. We are an all foster rescue, meaning we do not have a physical location of our own at this time. Events are held in a variety of locations, typically on weekends. If this doesn't fit your schedule, no problem! Visit our adoption process page to find out more on how to meet the animals you're interested in adopting!
We now have a drop off location for donations! Mrs. Turner's has kindly offered to be a drop off location for donations to our rescue pets. If you would like to donate food, laundry soap, blankets, treats, etc for our animals in need, we would love your help! And while you're there grab some pie and a delicious meal! We love Mrs. Turner's and all the support they give to Sunny Sky's Pets!
701 E Main Ave, Puyallup, WA 98372
Pet of the month!
Like most of you, there isn't anything we wouldn't do for our furry friends. They trust us, and in return for our care they reward us with unconditional love. In rescue we make a lot of furry friends, and they look to us to protect them and keep them safe. Madison came to us looking for this same thing.
When Madison arrived, she had a badly infected eye that was matted shut. She received immediate care to treat her eye. Although the eye is no longer visual, with daily medication she can be kept comfortable. Because she was a senior pup, she had blood work this same day. Madison soon went to her loving foster home where it was noted that Madison was constantly straining to urinate and seemed uncomfortable. Radiographs showed that she had two very large and painful bladder stones. The stones took up nearly all of the room in her bladder which is why she was never able to feel relief. Surgery was scheduled to remove those stones. Once her stones were removed, they were sent to a lab to be analyzed.
Madison is doing much better. We had another urine culture taken to rule out infection post surgery, which has come back negative. Yay! After she recovered from her initial surgery, Madison required extensive dental surgery in which resulted in multiple extractions. She continues to amaze us daily with her astounding recovery.
Madison's care is costing us approximately $3,500. We are hoping you can help. We know to some it may sound silly to spend this kind of money on a senior pup with so many medical ailments. We also know that there will be people who get it too. People who understand that every penny is worth it knowing that it helped a senior pup get to a loving home where they are called family. Madison is the most loving, kind dog, and she gets along so well with the other pups in her foster home. She is so quiet that we've never heard her make a sound. She loves to cuddle and words really don't do this sweet girl justice. She's special, inspirational, and her transformation has been so heartwarming to experience. We are asking for your help so we can continue saying yes to dogs like Madison. With your support we will change the world for many dogs and cats who need us most!
Donations like yours enable us to continue saying yes to pets in need, like Madison. Our mission is to help rehabilitate, and focus on rescuing pets with special needs and with your help, we are able to give those who need a little more TLC, just that. We appreciate all your support and care!
Remembering Loved Ones
Read more on the animal lovers who made our world a better place and are no longer with us today.
Do you have a loved one you would like to memorialize?
Do you have a loved one you would like to memorialize? Send us an e-mail and we'll make sure to include them in our memorial page.
We no longer have a physical shelter.
As you may have seen or heard, we had an electrical fire on the evening of January 19th, 2021, and our building had to be evacuated. Luckily the fire was in an area where no people or animals were present. Everyone was safe. Everyone was cared for. We’re so appreciative of the first responders on site, our volunteers, and all of you for checking in.
We are no longer operating out of a shelter and instead are utilizing foster homes for all pets in our care. As you can imagine, becoming a foster based organization over night was a stressful time for us and months later, we are still modifying our operations to accommodate the current times. With COVID restrictions and loosing our shelter after being there for over a decade, we ask for your patience as we do our best to create a positive adoption experience for you, your family, and most of all, the pets in our care.
During this difficult time, we continue rescuing those who need us most. From the young stray with a broken hip, to the kitten in need of emergency surgery due to an infected eye, or the old dog whose family is moving away. Our goal is to say yes to those who others may be turning away. With your help and support, we can continue this mission to support homeless pets and save even more lives! Donate today and help us rebuild, grow, and create programs that will facilitate more outreach to our community!
Are you looking to add a dog or cat to your family? We would love to help! Please read through our adoption application process for what to expect.
Thank you for choosing to adopt!
Our story began with one veterinarian, one old city bus, and one very big dream...
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