Our foster homes are currently at capacity with cats and kittens! If you are located in or near our service area and are willing to open your home to animals in need, please consider fostering. You supply the home and TLC… we provide food, cat litter, toys, vet care and guidance. Check out the info on our foster page and contact us today! Online foster application is available on that page!
Please note that our current volunteer membership and other resources are not adequate to work with dogs/puppies at this time.
Online adoption application is available now on our adoptions page!
Pawed Pals general members… please check the backside of your membership card! If your membership is expiring soon (or has already expired), please visit our membership page to renew for the upcoming year. We don’t want to lose you!
Interested in receiving newsworthy emails from Pawed Pals? Please send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org asking to be added to our news and events email list. You’ll hear from us quarterly in advance of our general meetings and a few times in between when we have something to share!
Please be a responsible pet owner – spay or neuter your pets to prevent the overpopulation of unwanted domestic animals!
Our board of directors is in need of a Secretary and a Vice Chairperson. Please read more on this site and email email@example.com if you are interested to learn more about these opportunities to help us grow and improve our services!
When preparing for holiday festivities and enjoying time with family and friends, please remember to keep your furry family members safe and sound…
Poinsettias, mistletoe, holly and many other plants and flowers are toxic to cats and dogs and can cause serious health problems if ingested. Please keep these out of your home or safely out of reach!
If you opt for a live Christmas tree, please keep it well watered to prevent needles from dropping; and pick up any needles that do fall as these can puncture your pet’s intestines if eaten!
Place burning candles out of reach of curious kitties and pups; and please use a safety screen in front of fireplaces to protect your beloved pets!
Keep all chocolate and candy – including sugar-free treats with Xylitol – away from your pets!
Keep candy wrappers, breakable and delicate ornaments, tinsel, ribbons and other enticing items away from your four-legged family to prevent accidental ingestion and intestinal blockage!
The smell of food left unattended or discarded can be enticing to your pets; and some spicy or greasy foods may cause pancreatitis which can be fatal. Unbaked dough can expand in the stomach and also cause serious problems. Please don’t allow your dogs and cats access to these dangers!
Please keep pets away from your door when company comes and goes; and make sure pets are micro-chipped and tagged in case they accidentally get out!
Take time out of the busy holiday season to walk your dogs and play with your cats to relieve any stress they might feel with the increased activity at this time of year.
All the best of the season to you and your pets!
We are blessed to receive contributions in memory of people and pets who have passed. Please click here to read in memoriam posts; and please click here to donate to Pawed Pals in memory of someone you love. Thank you to everyone who chooses to remember and honour their departed family, friends and pets by supporting our cause. ♥