Welcome to Oasis For Animals

Thank you for your interest in Oasis for Animals. We are a no kill rescue organization located in Langley, Washington. Oasis for Animals was established in December 2001. In July, the IRS recognized Oasis as a 501(c)(3) private operating foundation. In 2009, the IRS determined that Oasis would be treated as a public charity, rather than a private foundation, under section 501(c)(3) of the Code.

Oasis is dedicated to ending pet overpopulation through spay/neuter surgeries, networking with other rescue groups and shelters to save animals from euthanasia, providing education, and assisting in any way that we are able, to help animals in need.

We always have a need for foster homes and volunteers to help us batten down the hatches at home base. For more information, please complete a volunteer application or give us a call at (360) 321-4142. Thank you!

What's New at Oasis

We love to hear news like this!

emmieCan you believe this lovely cat was abandoned as a kitten, and living under her neighbor's deck? "Emmie" is one that Oasis trapped at only four months old, along with her mom and two siblings.

Read more about Emmie on her "Happy Tails" page.

Barncats Available

At Oasis for Animals, we have healthy, sterilized cats in need of new outdoor homes! These cats are feral (semi-wild) and need to live at a farm, horse stable, warehouse, or other suitable outdoor location.

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"We Love Our Pets" License Plates

Help save pets' lives with a pet-friendly license plate!

Each year almost 150,000 cats and dogs end up in shelters across Washington state. With the purchase of a "We Love Our Pets" Washington State license plate, you will help spay and neuter more pets and save lives.

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Spay or Neuter Your Cat

Are you looking for a way to have your pet cat spayed or neutered at minimal cost? Are feral cats hanging around your house and you're hoping there won't be another, then another? Just call Oasis directly, at 360-321-4142. We will work with you individually, since we make trips to the spay/neuter clinics every couple of weeks. Call for details and information about vaccinations available at the same time.

Is your cat pregnant or in heat? It is safe to have your cat spayed while she is in heat or pregnant. Call us right away!

We may also be able to help with trap/neuter/return of feral cats you have been feeding, or have seen 'hanging around.' Just give us a call!

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Save Washington Pets

Spay/Neuter Assistance Legislation:

Legislative advocacy is part of the Federation's mission. During the 2009 and 2010 legislative sessions, the Federation made passage of the spay/neuter assistance bill (SB 5329/HB 1406) one of its legislative priorities. We look forward to continuing to work with the Federation to pass a spay/neuter assistance bill in Washington.

Oasis for Animals supports this effort to help prevent animal homelessness and save animals’ lives. Learn more and join us in supporting the bill by visiting the Save Washington Pets website: www.savewashingtonpets.org.

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