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Paws South Florida Rescue has been named "The Best Place to Adopt a Pet in Broward County" by the Broward/Palm Beach New Times.
PAWS South Florida Rescue is a Ft.Lauderdale based all-volunteer animal welfare group that works to help eliminate the cycle of over-population of the cat species. Our mission is to practice the best principles of TNR (trapping, neutering and return) within our feral cat communities. We adhere to the guidelines of Alley Cat Allies while also rescuing all adoptable adult cats or kittens we find and placing them in our foster care network where they are held without exception until adoption.
Please understand that we are not a shelter. All of our cats and kittens are held in our homes as foster care pets waiting to find their new forever homes. But, we want to help you if you need to surrender your pet. We have a strict no-kill policy so every intake must be on a "space available" basis. Feel free to call us to see what our situation is at the current time.
All of our kitties are in our homes as foster care. We believe this is a much better choice for you as these cats will not have had the experience of living in cages within a shelter. They are allowed to roam freely within our homes, learning to mix and socialize with people on a daily basis as we go about our lives. Our cats are properly prepared for life. Every cat and kitten in our care is up-to-date with all of their shots. They have been tested, treated for any conditions they might have had, including parasites and are spayed or neutered. Without exception.
PAWS South Florida’s Seniors4Seniors adoption program is all about senior humans rediscovering the joys of having a cat in their lives. The program places senior cats (typically over 7 years of age) with senior citizens who are 60 years of age or older. PAWS’ expert matchmakers will help you select a companion who fits into your lifestyle and housing situation at a reduced adoption rate of $15.
Benefits of adopting a senior pet: