Charitable organization focused on animal welfare
Look at all that we have been doing to create impact and awareness in our community. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us. We are passionate about animal welfare and pet retention and we work hard to keep the family pet with its human parents.
Our passion for animal welfare started at home. My name is Brooklyn and I am the founding paw for Women for Paws. I was rescued from underneath a car in 2002. The family that rescued me kept me in a chicken crate with a rope tied to my neck so that I couldn't escape. I was rescued by my human mommy, the founder of Women for Paws. I have now passed, but I remain a big part of this organization's mission. Saving a pet's life is what we do.
Be a part of our mission by sponsoring one cat or dog's neutering at a cost of $25 each. While we are passionate about animal welfare, we cannot do this without the help of our human community.
Meet Chloe my rescue dog. She was only 2 years old when I learned that was headed to a shelter. She had never been vaccinated, groomed, neutered, or properly cared for. In our efforts to find her a home, I decided to keep her because of her incredible personality and also because she was badly knotted and had to be shaved to the bone and we knew that one would take her looking so sickly. Chloe's story today is a bit different as she has won the hearts of our family and she rules our household.