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Rescue Spotlight: PAWS South Florida Rescue
Posted by Abby Rosenberg on July 8, 2012
Filed under PetMeds Spotlight

Based in Ft. Lauderdale, PAWS is an animal welfare group that is working to reduce cat overpopulation with the practice of TNR (trap-neuter-return). Staffed by dedicated volunteers, feral cats are trapped and, because truly feral cats are not adoptable, these cats are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and then released back to their original area. These cats are cared for in their own environment by local volunteers. This allows the feral cats to live out their lives without contributing to the cat overpopulation problem. PAWS also rescues adoptable cats and kittens and places them in foster care until a loving permanent home is found.

Interested in adopting a cat? The PAWS website has a link to their list of cats looking for a forever home that you can browse. If you live in the area, you can volunteer to become a foster home for cats or kittens, or to assist with jobs such as feeding, trapping, or transporting cats to their veterinary appointments. PAWS also gratefully accepts your monetary donations. PetMeds was proud to support PAWS with a donation of pet supplies.

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