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Claws and Paws Rescue Mission Statement
Claws And Paws Rescue is a non-profit, no kill animal rescue that is committed to:
Promote quality adoptions and improve lives for animals and their families until there are no more homeless pets in Pima County.
Rescuing animals from Kill shelters, foster them, then finding them permanent homes.
Helping the public with our “Spay don’t Litter” Program which offers kitten and puppy placement services in addition to helping the owners retain their pet(s) by spaying and/or neuter their adult companion animals. Our goal with the “Spay don’t Litter” program is to help keep animals from ending up in Kill shelters.
Educating the community about responsible pet ownership and the benefits of Trap Neuter and Return of Community cats though our youth and adult volunteer programs.
Helping seniors and individuals with disabilities keep their pets, by delivering pet food to their homes. Though our Pet Food Drives.
Ginny came to be fostered through Claws and Paws before her eyes were even open. She came in with her mom and 4 siblings. She is a very sweet, playful girl at the foster families home. This young girl is shy but once she warms up to you is a joy. When the foster family enters the room to hangout and takes care of her and her mom she has the sweetest greeting. To greet them she will often give them an affectionate lick on the hand like a dog would. The laser pointer is a favorite toy along with things tied to strings among other things. Her foster family has young kids so she has had plenty of exposure to children. She is not a fan of dogs but might be OK with a very calm dog that would leave her alone and not pay any attention to her.
She also requires a special diet of urinary care soft food with water added as she is genetically predisposed to form crystals in her urine which can cause urinary tract infections. With the change of diet her foster family has had no problems. Sadly she doesn't like being in a cage and finds the days at the adoption events very stressful. As a result she has not found her forever home yet but is hoping someone will see her for the lovely, playful girl she is when she is not in a stressful environment
Adoption site Now open weekends
Dog of the week
PetSmart in Oro Valley
10625 N. Oracle Road
Saturdays & Sundays
11 to 4
Sammie is a very sweet and affectionate dog. She loves people and welcomes everyone (in other words, she?s no guard dog). She is a quiet girl and has a calm and relaxed personality. She has been around lots of other dogs and is especially good with little dogs and puppies. She likes to chase the ball and toss and catch her stuffed animals. She has been a perfect lady in our home with no "accidents" or destructive tendencies.