Saturday, March 28, 2015

PAWS Second Chance Fund

Did you know that the #1 reason why people contact PAWS Atlanta is to surrender their pet? Every day, we receive call after call from people trying to surrender their pets. We take in as many as our shelter will allow, placing more than 45,000 homeless animals into permanent, loving homes since we started in 1966. They know that their pets will always be safe in our care because of our commitment to our no-kill philosophy. We embrace pets whose families can no longer care for them and we save pets who are fending for themselves on the streets. We give them love, nutrition, medical care, basic training and the tender care needed to become valued members of a loving family of their own.

PAWS Atlanta relies on private donations to continue helping the hundreds of animals we take in each year. There is a $50 surrender fee for all admissions to help us offset provide this much-needed service to the public but unfortunately many cannot afford to pay it. Your gift to the PAWS Second Chance Fund will be the difference between a chance and a closed door for a pet with no place to go… the difference between love and abandonment… the difference between life and death. Click here to be the difference today.

Help Me Heal Fund

Not every dog or cat who arrives at PAWS Atlanta is in a suitable condition to be adopted. Some come to us with urgent medical needs ranging from broken bones, skin burns or infections requiring critical care, and other orthopedic and medical issues requiring surgical intervention. Others come with deep emotional scars due to neglect and mistreatment. The Help Me Heal Fund provides medical care for extreme illness or injury for an animal in our care.
Our no-kill philosophy is very simple. It means that we give all of the animals in our care, the attention they need and deserve. Period. Donate to the Help Me Heal Fund today!

Spay/Neuter Fund

Each year, over four million animals are euthanized in shelters across the country. As one of the few no-kill animal shelters in Georgia, PAWS Atlanta strives to reduce the problem of pet overpopulation by spaying/neutering our shelter animals and offering low-cost spay/neuters to the public.
By making a tax-deductible contribution to the PAWS Atlanta Spay/Neuter Fund, you are helping to alleviate the terrible consequence of pet overpopulation. Donate to the Spay/Neuter Fund today!
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