Did you hear the good news?

PAWS is opening LIMITED slots for low-cost spay/neuter (kapon). Social Distancing Protocols will be strictly implemented for everyone’s safety.

NOTE: The office is still CLOSED until further notice. Only clients with confirmed appointments can enter the premises. Visitations, tours or inquiries will not be entertained. The office phone is still unattended.

Did you hear the good news?

PAWS is opening LIMITED slots for low-cost spay/neuter (kapon). Social Distancing Protocols will be strictly implemented for everyone's safety.

NOTE: The office is still CLOSED until further notice. Only clients with confirmed appointments can enter the premises. Visitations, tours or inquiries will not be entertained. The office phone is still unattended.

Our furry doctors have made a number of alliances with medical frontliners. Foremost in our minds are Nurses Irone Serrano and Jhanisa Pagao, who were supposed to get married last March 25, but decided to postpone their wedding to answer the call of duty and serve during this pandemic.

Recently, Nurse Irone has reached out to us with a request for supplies, and the Dr Dog team is determined to come to their rescue!

UPDATE: 5/5/2020
We’re almost there! Thanks to our donors who have helped us buy 100 PPEs and other supplies. We are ready to deliver to our favorite frontliners by next week. Additional donations are still welcome!

UPDATE: 5/5/2020
We’re almost there! Thanks to our donors who have helped us buy 100 PPEs and other supplies. We are ready to deliver to our favorite frontliners by next week. Additional donations are still welcome!

Welcome to the Ayala Malls Online Monthly Pet Meetup!

Watch PAWS Shelter Veterinarian, Dr. Eizel Ladores, as she features in another “ASK THE VET” session to help deal with various pet concerns during the Enhanced Community Quarantine.

Do you have more questions about your pet’s health? Watch our previous session with Dr. Eizel [HERE].

PARC (PAWS Animal Rehabilitation Center) is a temporary shelter for dogs, cats and other animals rescued from cruelty or neglect with the goal of rehabilitating and placing them in loving homes.

Cats

Dogs

Adopted this year

Does PAWS rescue stray animals?

We are not a government agency that picks up strays. Due to very limited space at the shelter, admission is strictly reserved for animals involved in cruelty cases pending in court.

We can only rescue animals in emergency cases if there are available volunteers and transportation, and if someone can foster the animal temporarily until space becomes available.

How do I report animal cruelty or neglect?

Animal cruelty MUST be stopped on the spot, and then reported immediately to your barangay officials and/or police hotline 911. Pet neglect is also a serious offense and irresponsible owners must be held accountable.

In both cases, be prepared to 1) intervene, 2) execute an affidavit, and 3) cooperate with authorities in order to save an animal’s life and bring offenders to justice.

How do I report animal cruelty or neglect?

Animal cruelty MUST be stopped on the spot, and then reported immediately to your barangay officials and/or police hotline 911. Pet neglect is also a serious offense and irresponsible owners must be held accountable.

In both cases, be prepared to 1) intervene, 2) execute an affidavit, and 3) cooperate with authorities in order to save an animal’s life and bring offenders to justice.

Can I donate/surrender my pet to PAWS?

PAWS does not condone pet abandonment, therefore WE DO NOT ADOPT owned pets. The 200+ animals we have at the shelter are all rescued from cruelty and neglect, and are waiting to be adopted.

If you need to give up your pet for some reason, it is your responsibility to re-home them.

Mission

The Philippine Animal Welfare Society exists to prevent cruelty, alleviate pain, fear and suffering in animals and to promote a society based on humane principles.

Vision

PAWS is a credible nationwide non-profit organization, composed of a network of committed, compassionate and trustworthy individuals and institutions that initiates and leads in the promotion of animal welfare, and the protection of all animals. PAWS envisions a nation that respects animals, practices responsible pet ownership, and protects wildlife.

How you can help

The shelter and all our programs and campaigns are funded solely by donations. You can donate any amount via bank deposit or Paypal transfer.

Bank of the Philippine Islands (Swift no. BOPIPHMM)
Acct Name: The Philippine Animal Welfare Society, Inc.
USD Acct No. 3944-0021-61
PHP Acct No. 3943-0086-11

Philippine National Bank (Swift no. PNBM PHMM)
Acct Name: The Philippine Animal Welfare Society, Inc.
Acct No. 1888-70015305

BDO Savings
Acct Name : The Philippine Animal Welfare Society, Inc.
Acct No : 0036-4007-0350

Checks should be issued to Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)

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Paypal is the easiest and safest way to donate online using your credit card.
You do not need to be a PayPal member.

PAWS Animal Rehabilitation Center (PARC)

Aurora Blvd. Katipunan Valley,
Loyola Heights, Quezon City,
Philippines 1108

Tel. (02) 7577-7178 (temporary ECQ#)

Our office is temporarily closed until further notice. Please message us [HERE].

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