PAWS takes a firm stand on matters relating to animal welfare, and continues to lobby for better laws to ensure humane treatment of all animals.
In an effort to educate the Filipino people on responsible pet ownership, PAWS engages the advertising media with the help of its passionate supporters.
Prepare a tasty and nutritious meal with your group to feed our shelter animals.
This is a a practical, low-budget way for your group to help out at the shelter.
Read poetry and children’s stories to our shelter animals to ease their anxiety.
Whether you’re a private individual or part of a larger organization, you can help us generate income through one of the options below. We are always trying to raise funds to cover our operational costs and fund our lobbying and educational efforts. If none of these options appeal to you, you can still make a one-time donation to our organization.
Receive invites to exclusive PAWS events and activities and be considered an active PAWS volunteer.
Get your company involved in one-off projects or a long-term partnership to promote animal welfare.
Attend our yearly fundraising events or avail of our sponsorship packages to help fund the event.
Most of your questions are already addressed on our website so please take the time to read. We can’t respond right away to emails or social media comments.
No, we don’t have other branches. We only have one PAWS office and animal shelter, both located on Aurora Blvd. Katipunan Valley, Loyola Heights QC.
For assistance outside of Manila, you may contact your LGU or City Vet’s office.
These topics are discussed in detail here:
Short answer: PAWS does NOT adopt animals. Read more below:
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NOTCH - the uppermost tip of the ear will be cut to form a small "V". This is required for stray or outdoor cats.
TATTOO - a small letter "S" will be tattooed inside the ear. This is exclusively for indoor cats.
All cats neutered at PAWS must be marked with either a notch or a tattoo. There is no option for cats to be unmarked as this is part of our organizational policy on spay and neuter.
*** The Philippine Animal Welfare Society and its licensed veterinarian will not be held liable in the event of complications, including injury or death, during surgery. These may result due to undiagnosed illnesses that may be detected and treated if a blood test is performed.
*** Pure and half-breed pets or brachycephalic (short-nosed) breeds are required to submit the results of blood tests prior to surgery. It is highly recommended that aspins and puspins with preexisting conditions be tested as well.