Milo Point Richmond 220 S Garrard Blvd
Point Richmond, CA 94801
7 Days a Week 7am-8pm
2nd and Last Thurs of each Month 5pm
The Milo Sanctuary Milo runs a 283-acre Sanctuary in Mendocino County
Milo Partners with Nutro and Pet Food Express
We are grateful to Mars Petcare and the Nutro Company who donate the food which feeds the animals at our Point Richmond Adoption Center. Milo gratefully acknowledges this very generous contribution to the nourishment of the animals in our care.
There are other 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.
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.
How You Can Help
There are countless ways that you can help make a difference for the many animals currently awaiting adoption, as well as the increasing numbers awaiting intake at The Milo Foundation. We welcome all forms of support - including volunteers, foster homes, and donations. Our primary goal is to find a home for every abandoned, neglected, and "surrendered" animal that would otherwise be killed. Our success, and their lives, depend on the support from people who care about animals - DO YOU?
JOIN OUR VOLUNTEER/FOSTER GROUP
Stay up to date with the latest news about volunteering and fostering by joining the Milo Volunteer email list:
Support from generous donors is critical in our efforts to rescue animals from euthanasia, abuse and neglect, educate the public about pet overpopulation, and find good homes. Find out how you can donate.
We need volunteers who can work from their own homes, at Milo Point Richmond, and at the Sanctuary itself. We look for volunteers from all sectors to help build The Foundation. Find out more about volunteering!
The Milo Foundation places hundreds of cats and dogs into good homes. Temporary homes are always beneficial for animals who aren't yet adopted - overnight or two-week fosters are extremely helpful. Find out how to foster an animal!