MassPAWS

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"Some would say that animals are 'in the way'. We say that they are leading the way, to a more ethical and humane society." 
-Beverly Alba, MassPAWS Founder

MassPAWS is a 501(c)3 charitable corporation. We are an organization that has been set up with the intention of providing a service to the community (we do not make any profit). We were organized in 2001 as a group of long-term animal welfare volunteers and professionals committed to working on the most compelling animal issues in Massachusetts, with the goal of ending the suffering and destruction of cats, dogs, wildlife and animals in entertainment and research. Our primary activities include: humane education; rescue of cats and dogs from terminal impoundment and life-threatening situations; foster care and adoptions; humane feral cat management utilizing trap-inoculate-neuter protocols and lending support and networking to other humane organizations. We spay/neuter cats & dogs preventing pets from becoming homeless or ending up (themselves or their offspring) in over-burdened shelters. We also provide s/n and support to caretakers of feral cat colonies and provide assistance to caretakers trying to keep their pets. MassPAWS; The Massachusetts Progressive Animal Watchdog Society has an eye on animals in Massachusetts, and the animals are the beneficiaries. .

MassPAWS Pets Available for Adoption can be found here

PLEASE HELP!
MassPAWS volunteers are on the streets daily helping homeless and abandoned cats and kittens. If you talk to some of our volunteers they could pull all-nighters and do whatever it takes and we are so proud of them and grateful. The problem is not that we don’t have the physical help, the biggest problem is that we run out of funds.

In the last two weeks there have been 16 cats helped out of a hoarding situation in Revere. 9 cats from various cities were TNR’d last week. There were moms and kittens taken from a situation in Chelsea where kittens were literally falling from the ceiling. One of the cats that was recently taken in from another situation in Lynn is a sweet,friendly FIV+ boy who had abscesses all over his body. Many of the cats that we help need medical care beyond the normal spay/neuter and vaccines. So the numbers of cats and kittens seems not to be running out any time soon. It is our bank account that gets depleted rapidly.

Won’t you please find a few dollars to help us help the many in-need. Click here to go to our other web site (www.masspaws.org) and click on the donate button to make a paypal donation or send check to MassPAWS at P.O. Box 520136, Winthrop, MA 02152 Thanks to all who support MassPAWS and the animals in our care.

 

Alvin, Micha and the rest want you to know you can find out about them by dropping a line to MassPass on Face Book at
www.facebook.com/masspawshumane,
or email them at   masspaws@aol.org

See us on YouTube

-We are all volunteer
-We are strictly no-kill
-We help the higher risk homeless animals
-We do extensive TNR for feral cats

We Love Maddies Fund


. Alley Cat Allies and we are aligned with their contemporary philosophies


"To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
News
Our Heartfelt Thanks to:


our local PETCO store 682 Broadway #1, Saugus, MA 01906,
and their patrons for generously donating to Round-Up,
Spring-A-Pet and Tree of Hope fundraising, and for naming us a PETCO Partner and

We are grateful to Pet Smart Charities for support and promotion of adoptions in their stores

Please Support the
Massachusetts Animal-Friendly License Plate


Sign up for one today! Proceeds help needy cats,
dogs and rabbits in Massachusetts!

Click here to find out more about us.



MassPAWS was organized in 2001 as a group of long-term animal welfare volunteers and professionals committed to working on the most
compelling animal issues in Massachusetts, with the goal of ending the suffering and destruction of cats, dogs, wildlife and animals in entertainment and research.

Our primary activities include: humane education; rescue of cats and dogs from terminal impoundment and life-threatening situations;
foster care and adoptions; humane feral cat management utilizing trap-inoculate-neuter protocols and lending support and networking to other humane organizations.

The Massachusetts Progressive Animal Watchdog Society has an eye on animals in Massachusetts, and the animals are the beneficiaries.


Adopting A Friend
Are you interested in one of the sweet faces peering out at you from this site?
And please remember, we have many, many more wonderful dogs and cats looking for homes who are not yet up on the web!)



Please call MassPAWS at 617-846-5586 or e-mail us to fill out an adoption application and meet the best friend you'll ever have.



MassPAWS
P.O. Box 520136
Winthrop, MA 02152
Phone: (617) 846-5586
Email: Masspaws@aol.com


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This page was last updated on April 2014





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