PO Box 6625
Albany, CA 94706
Milo Point Richmond
220 S Garrard Blvd
Point Richmond, CA 94801
7 Days a Week
2nd and Last Thurs
of each Month 5pm
The Milo Sanctuary
Milo runs a 283-acre Sanctuary in Mendocino County
|Shop at Amazon|
|Shop at Amazon through this link or Amazon Smile and help Milo at the same time! A portion of your purchase price benefits the Milo Foundation.|
|Bookmark this link|
so your Amazon shopping helps Milo!
|Milo Partners with Pet Food Express|
|There are things we need for our animals at Point Richmond and the Sanctuary. You can shop for needed supplies for Milo by clicking the Pet Food Express logo below. Designate Milo as your purchase recipient, receive a 20% discount and free shipping.|
The animals thank you!
|Shop at iGive.com|
|Shop at one of the over 400 name brand stores at iGive.com using the link below, and Milo will receive a percentage of each purchase.|
We love happy endings!|
These are just some of the reasons that we do this work.
Hope you enjoy these stories as much as we do.
Milo adopters - email us your photos and stories.
Your story will be posted on our website for one year.
Page 1 of 13
|"We’re long overdue for an update on Duke, now called Chip, whom we adopted in February 2016. When we brought him home, we thought he had kennel cough, but as it turns out, he had a serious case of pneumonia. We nursed him back to good health — and have subsequently subscribed to pet insurance! When we first got Chip, he refused to get in the car, but now he LOVES car rides, and he was also afraid to go into the water, but now he enjoys playing fetch in the Bay, so long as it’s calm. He has a really strong hunter’s instinct, and still pulls on the leash — a harness helps to some degree. He lunges at every lizard, bird, cat, rabbit, you-name-it that we happen upon, and for this reason, he’s too much for our kids to handle on a walk. But otherwise he’s great with the kids. He especially loves long hikes and being outside. He keeps us on our toes; we have to make sure we close a door to the outside tightly lest he sneak out for a self-directed walk. A promise of a treat brings him tearing back at full speed. But as my husband says, if he were perfectly behaved, we wouldn’t have as much to talk about! We love Chip, and we are grateful to the Milo Foundation for saving so many animals."
The Rowles Family
I just wanted to share how happy we are to have found Daisy last September.
I can't even express how much we love her and how perfectly she fits into
our family. She has such a lovely soul - loyal, gentle, and so smart. She
has learned several tricks and now enjoys socializing with other dogs! She
looks like a cattledog but she is so relaxed sometimes we don't believe it.
Her favorite thing to do is sleep on soft things like our bed or her many
dog beds. I take her running with me every morning and she has grown to
look forward to it and won't let me skip a day! I can't thank you enough
for bringing her into our lives and taking care of her when she needed it
Here are some pictures of Daisy enjoying her new home!
Jenna and Evan
|"Dear Milo Foundation,
We adopted Quinn (now Trixie) from Milo Foundation in July 2016. She has
brought so much happiness, excitement, humor and fun into our lives. When
she first came to live with us, Trixie relied heavily on our two older dogs
for security and confidence. She would model her own actions and behaviors
on theirs and when she was with them, she would allow herself to explore
and navigate her surroundings and develop self-confidence. As she started
to feel safe and secure in her environment, Trixie revealed herself to be
the most playful and hilarious girl!! Her energy has brought so much life
to our home, especially to our older dogs. We are so in love with her and
this year has been filled with hiking and trips to the beach and snuggling
and playing and it is hard to imagine a time when Trixie wasn’t at the
center of it all. We LOVE our little Trixie more than we can express and
are forever grateful to Milo Foundation for providing the opportunity for
us to get to bring Trixie into our lives!!"
Nate and Katie
My household adopted two lovely kitties from your organization in March. We adore them, and wanted to send back a picture or two to show it! My understanding is that the previous owner was very sad to have to give them up, so I hope these pictures may help assure her that they are in a good home now.
Best, Erica & Kelly
|Thank you, Milo for sharing this! It's so nice to know that there are great folks out there helping these innocent sweet creatures to have a happy ending story.
I also adopted a cat from your facility in Richmond two years ago - Stormy - and she's been doing fantastic, sharing a big home with two other cats and a super mellow German Shepherd (all adopted!). Here are some pictures:
1. Stormy at her new home 2 - Stormy chilling with her bigger brother Duke 3 - Stormy and her cat siblings
|Dear Milo Foundation,
Today marks one year since we adopted Utah (formerly Cinco, Milo ID 23332).
We have had the most amazing year, and look forward to many more to come.
Utah's favorite activity is to run alongside as we cross-country ski or
snowshoe, but long hikes and backpacking trips come a close second, so
we're looking forward to lots of hiking and camping together this summer.
We've spent a lot of time training him, and he is now a well-behaved
teenager who loves people and dogs, but still can't quite hold himself
together when he sees a deer!
Here are some photos of Utah's adventure. Thank you for picking us to be
his family - we love him so much - and thank you for all your hard work
finding homes for these great animals. Tim, Noni and Utah
Page 1 of 13