We are in desperate need of money to purchase the vaccines needed to make our pets adoptable!
This is a MAJOR AND URGENT NEED!

We are also in need of monetary donations to put towards our spay and neuter fund, if we are to continue using wonderful adoption locations such as PetSmart.
For more information on PetSmart´s new policy regarding altered rescue animals, and how it affects the Marshmallow Foundation, click here.

The Marshmallow Foundation usually has at least 60 cats residing here at all times, and relies on the generous donations from the public for scoopable litter, dry food, and canned food.

For a more complete wish list of donations and ways to help, click here.
     Lexi & Recoil
*Young Females*Need a foster home together!*Learning to trust but need more socialization in order to become available for adoption! Please consider them!
When choosing an animal to adopt, you need to determine if you have the sufficient time, resources, energy, and money to properly care and provide for your new pet. Our team at the Marshmallow Foundation can help you with this whole process! Our goal is to place pets with the best family available where the needs of the adoptable pet and the family are both being met! It is our hope that we will make that match easy and rewarding for all parties involved and promote a pet-for-life attitude! Click here to see all of our adoptable pets.
​​​Congratulations to our winners and a big THANK YOU to everyone who supported our shelter!
​The kitties and doggies are furever grateful!
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A list of winners can be found by clicking on the calendar image to the left.
Questions?

​Please contact the office at ​(218) 847-9040.
Please check back soon!
Pixie is a little on the shy side but a total sweetheart. She just needs a gentle touch to help her out of her shell! She might prefer a quieter home than one filled with other pets and small kids so that she can feel confident in her new pad.

Pixie is also a little "fluffy" and needs to shed a few lbs. in order to get ready for her Sports Illustrated Swim Suit-Cats gone Wild-Photo shoot

We believe that Pixie is around 6 years old, she is already spayed and has a beautiful Tiger striped short coat.

(Click on the picture to the left for more information.)