What Should I Donate?

Money
We are always in need of funds to help us care for the animals at PAWS. Money goes toward pet food, pet supplies, neutering, vaccinating, office supplies, cleaning supplies, and maintaining our facilities. Set up a recurring monthly donation! Donate a little or donate a lot. We appreciate and use all donations, big and small.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Donate with Venmo

Giving Grid–Upload a photo of your pet when you donate
#GivingTuesday
PAWS has a donor who will match up to $5,000 for your #GivingTuesday donations. With those donations, we can rescue the young, the old and the sick or injured. Your donation goes to our medical bills to ease suffering, heal, vaccinate and spay/neuter every one of our rescues. We can’t do it without YOU.



Sponsor An Animal
You can sponsor a cat/kitten or dog/puppy. Your name will be shown as the sponsor on their kennel card. Your sponsorship will help pay for their vetting, spay/neuter, vaccinations and any medical care required.




FUNdraisers and Contests

PAWS Paint Night

Breast Cancer Awareness T-Shirt

Pay Adoption Fee

Adoption Payment
Pet’s Name



Using Smile on Amazon
Set up a bookmark for smile.amazon.com. Amazon will donate .5% of your purchase dollars to our organization. You help animals while getting what you need at great prices!
Gently Used Items
Donating to our thrift store, PAWSitively Unique Thrift Boutique, is a great way to clear out gently used items taking up space in your home and help PAWS at the same time! Proceeds from the sale of your donated items go toward helping the animals find forever homes. You may drop off your donations any time the store is open. If you need help transporting anything, please let us know. We will ask for volunteers to assist you.
Wish List Items
For those of us who would rather donate supplies than cash, this is a list of things we always need.  If you’re out shopping and think of us, add any of these things to your cart—we’ll use them!  You can drop off donations right at our PAWS Adoption Center.
  • Scoopable cat litter
  • Canned Friskies Pate’ cat food
  • Dog treats and cat treats
  • Fancy Feast Appetizers (to encourage cats who have lost their appetites)
  • Paper towels
  • Clorox wipes
  • Dog collars and leashes
  • Bleach & laundry soap
  • Postage stamps
  • Gift cards: Albertson’s, Home Depot, Target, Wal-Mart, Gas cards