Hannah was rescued in Little Havana after roaming in the streets and parking lots. She was adopted by a loving paw parent. Brooklyn was rescued from being kept in a cage with a rope around his neck. He was adopted by the founder of Women for Paws. Both dogs have passed, but they will always be a part of us.
This two year old Shitzu mix was rescued in 2015 from an elderly lady that never took this dog to the vet or groomer. When she was rescued her hair was full of knots and it had to be shaved to the bone. Chloe was adopted by the founder of Women for Paws
Pepsi is a feral cat who lives underneath an abandoned home where he depends on neighbors to get fed. Members of the Women for Paws team feed him twice a day.
Hope was only 3 1/2 weeks when she was rescued from underneath a neighbor's trash bin. She was stuck and couldn't get out, but because her meows were so loud, we were able to find her. Hope was recently adopted
Kitty was a neighborhood cat that was fed by a family that moved away. We rescued her by providing a suitable outdoor home. She is now vaccinated and is fed at least three times a day.
Brooklyn was rescued from underneath a car. He was then brought inside to be cleaned to later be placed in a small chicken crate tied with a rope around his neck so that he couldn't escape. Brooklyn was rescued by the founder of Women for Paws when he was six months. Brooklyn has since passed, but he remains a big part of this organization as the Founding Paw.
My name is Hope, and I was rescued by Women for Paws. I was stuck underneath a garbage bin. I had ringworm and my paws had sores. I now live in a loving home that lets me be the queen of the house. The mission of Women For Paws is to provide financial support to individuals that are struggling to pay for expenses related to their pet's needs. They also rescue animals like me and provide financial support to get them ready for adoption. Please consider donating to this organization so that more pets are impacted by their efforts.