Here are some ongoing ways you can help us out.
If you would prefer to donate something besides money, here are some options that would help us out too.
Saturdays - Adoptions
We are at a Petsmart (Evans Rd and 192) every Saturday from 11-3 for adoptions!! We do not know what cats or kittens specifically will be at an event until they arrive, or you have been contacted by the foster mom regarding a request to send one . You may also call our adoption hotline at: 321-795-6306. See you there!
Food or Litter Donations
If you wish to donate food, litter, or other supplies we are at Petsmart (Evans Rd and 192) every Saturday from 11-3
Purina ProPlan Adult Sensitive Stomach Lamb & Rice formula
Nutro Roasted Chicken dry
Any canned food
Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat litter
Cat's Pride Fresh & Light Unscented litter
Scoop Away, or Fresh Step litter
We also have an amazon.com wish list.
A copy of the official registration and financial information may be
obtained from the division of consumer services by calling toll free
within the state. Registration does not imply endorsement,
approval, or recommendation by the state.
1-800-435-7352 Reg#SC-12062 100% of each contribution
is retained by PAWS
If you want to donate (anonymously is fine) at any of the vets we use, that would be great... The reception staff will credit our account!
Dr. Karla McCloud, Animal Hospital of Central Brevard, 321-751-6007
Piedmont Animal Hospital, 407-880-7387,
Coastal Animal Hospital, 321-632-3800 (Coastal is the only homeopathic and the only chiropractic vet office in the central Brevard area as of now).
From vetdepot.com: Rebound Oral Electrolyte Solution (12 bottles a month). This can be dropped off at one of our adoption events.
What is a transporter? It’s a great volunteer who is responsible, on time, and can help us get animals from foster homes to the vet (and back), and supplies back and forth between foster moms in Merritt Island, Cocoa, Rockledge, Melbourne and Palm Bay.
Many of our foster moms work full time, so this is difficult for them to do around their work schedules. What will help is if a few folks can be “on call” for an errand. Often we need something simple done, like vaccines driven from one foster mom’s house to the other. Or to have kittens dropped off at the vet office by 8:30 a.m. for surgery, then picked up that afternoon and taken back to the foster mom.
Kitten season is upon us, so trips to the vet are increasing every week. We could use transporters a couple of times a week. Thanks!
If interested contact Mona at: email@example.com.
goodsearch.com Do you know about goodsearch.com? This is a website that donates a penny to a charity for every legitimate search you do (every penny counts and adds up). It's just like similar sites such as Google or Yahoo and has it's own Toolbar you can add too. Purrs and Whiskers Shelter is one of the charity choices, just choose your charity, and start searching! THANKS!
This is from the May 22, 2012 event that PAWS was invited to at Park Maitland School for the 2nd year.
The 3rd graders have done a food drive for the past several weeks, and all the donated items were divided up between PAWS and 2 dog groups.
These students are awesome! Our foster moms have really enjoyed all the toys, treats, and supplies.
Angelina, Rosie, Aida, & Ginetta did a lemonade stand to help raise money to benefit animal shelters, and donated to PAWS.
A big thank you to the 3rd graders at Park Maitland School who did a rescue food drive and gave the cat food items to the PAWS foster moms! They also did a fundraiser and sold t-shirts. This is the third year (2013) for the school's third grade class to do this and we truly appreciate these exceptional children (and their ever-awesome teachers)!