To All of Our Amazing Supporters:
You understand the important work we do at Precious Paws Animal Rescue, through our low cost Spay Neuter Your Pet (SNYP) program, the Oscar Fund and our adoption programs. And because you have a relationship with our organization and have been a supporter, we need your influence to help us reach an important goal.
On March 19th-23rd we will be participating in the Week of Giving, which is a collective philanthropy effort across the rural areas of Clarion, Forest, Punxsutawney and Venango counties.
Please follow along with us as we raise awareness for this important initiative, and raise awareness for our mission and needs. We have a goal of raising $5,000 during this week. We need your help to get us there.
Here’s what you can do:
1. Follow our social media pages on Facebook and Twitter. Comment on our posts and share our posts on your social channels.
2. Use your influence in person, via email or social media to encourage your network to consider a donation to our organization during this week. Let them know that you support us and why.
3. Make a donation to our organization during the Week of Giving on March 19-23 at www.bbcfgives.org. Your donation will be prorated through Bridge Builders Community Foundations match fund. If we are successful in meeting our goal we might also win additional cash and prize packages beneficial to our mission for the most individual donations and the largest grand total raised.
Let’s give together, so we can win together.
Theresa Weldon, President
Precious Paws Animal Rescue
We are doing our RADA Knives Fundraiser again! We earn 40% from your total sales – they have great paring knives and their tomato slicer is awesome. Dip and dessert mixes are also excellent. Really low prices – less than $10 a knife. If you aren’t interested in purchasing, would you share with your friends and ask them to share? Just follow the link below to order right from their page. Thank you.
We’re very excited to see new animal laws in Pennsylvania, which will limit tethering (dogs tied outside 24×7), increase penalties for animal cruelty, protect horses, and offer protection from officials who report abuse. Kudos to the PA State Legislature and Governor Wolf for signing the bill into law. We’re very excited to see new animal laws in Pennsylvania, which will limit tethering (dogs tied outside 24×7), increase penalties for animal cruelty, protect horses, and offer protection from officials who report abuse. Kudos to the PA State Legislature and Governor Wolf for signing the bill into law.
You can see a more detailed graphic by visiting our Programs page and selecting Humane Society Police Officer.
Dear Friends, Supporters, and Clients – we come to you asking for help today as we find ourselves in need of some assistance. The generous owner of our building we lease for SNYP has decided she will be semi-retiring in a few months. Because she is also a volunteer and supporter of Precious Paws, she has offered us the building at a very fair price, but it is still a price we cannot afford without help from the community. Because we only offer clinics one day per week, and we keep our costs down as low as we can, we cannot qualify for a mortgage for the full building asking price. We are trying to raise $85,000 for Precious Paws to purchase the building SNYP is located in. Continue reading Help SNYP Continue to Help Animals
Oscar, the sweet Jack Russell Terrier that was hit in the head with a blunt object and left for dead in a trash bag in January, has found his forever home. His new owner, Paul, met Oscar at our April Adopt A Pet at Tractor Supply. After screening his application and references, we brought Oscar to Paul’s for a home visit. It was instantly clear that this was a match made in heaven. Subsequent follow-ups indicate the pair has bonded strongly and Paul reports that Oscar is very happy in his new home. From the garbage can to a home of his own, it doesn’t get any better than that!!!