About PAWS Chicago:
PAWS Chicago (Pets Are Worth Saving) is the city's largest No Kill humane organization, focused on alleviating Chicago's tragic pet homelessness problem. Since PAWS Chicago's founding, the number of homeless pets killed in the city has been reduced by more than half ―from 42,561 pets killed in 1997 to 18,475 in 2009.
PAWS Chicago envisions a No Kill Chicago and that dream is within reach because of important lifesaving work that is being done every single day.
Chris Ksoll wrote -
I am hoping you will contribute to helping continue no and low cost spay/neuter programs at the PAWSChicago clinic. In addition, PAWSChicago has programs that assist with dogs and cats from domestic violence, mortgage foreclosures, abuse, neglect, strays, owner relinquishment, national disasters--every horrible thing that can happen to a dog or cat--but they are treated and spayed/neutered and brought to the shelter (no cage shelter!) to be adopted out to forever homes. We take animals from kill shelters, to help the overall overpopulation.
Christina Neubauer wrote -
A TAX DEDUCTIBLE donation of as little as $10 can help PAWS more than you know. Will you help?