Be a hero. Change a life! Thank you for considering opening your heart and home to one of our PAWS Humane pets. Your home and love will provide an animal the chance to succeed in living their wonderful new life as your new best friend.
Your kind contributions will help to ensure that the homeless pets in our shelter receive the best care possible and that our humane education and other PAWS community outreach programs continue to grow and benefit both people and animals. Your generosity will help make PAWS Humane the leading force in fighting pet overpopulation.
PAWS Humane has a wonderful veterinary clinic and staff offering high-quality services to the public at the best prices in town! Keep your pets healthy while saving money by using the PAWS Humane Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic.
Virtual Tour graciously donated by Doug Roth Photography.
Georgia Grassroots Outreach Tour 2016
Join Debra Berger, GA State Director for the Humane Society of the United States and fellow advocates from your community. At these fun and informative events across Georgia, your HSUS state director will discuss recent wins for animals in your state, what issues are on the horizon and why state legislation for animals is so critical. And there’s one happening right in Columbus! Details below.
You’ll also learn how you can be a more effective advocate for animals, discover upcoming opportunities to help—like Humane Lobby Day and our District Leader program—and meet like-minded people in your community!
RSVP REQUIRED – Click here to RSVP
Wednesday, December 7
4900 Milgen Road Columbus GA 31907
Pets of the Week
December 5-11, 2016
Most endearing bad habit: Mischievous.
Dream job: Virtual tutor.
Most lovable trait: Sweet as pie.
About me: Hi, I’m Sophia! I’m a 12-year-old Domestic Longhair Tabby who is looking for my new home. I came to PAWS from the Community Cat project because my caretaker just knew I would make a great companion. I’m a very nice kitty, who loves other kitties and people too. Will you give me the second chance I long for?
Most endearing bad habit: Accomplished escape artist.
Dream job: Cattle herder.
Most lovable trait: Giving visitors the “side eye” as they walk past my room.
About me: I’m a handsome almost two-year-old Coonhound mix. I am searching for a home that I could possibly have a furry or human brother and sister. I’m active, but also very affectionate, and would love nothing more than a couch to call my own to share with my family. Will you please come visit me?