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Claire Gilbert, PAWS Board member and head of PAWS half way house for doggies, went to Peyton, Colorado in Nov 14 to help the National Mill Dog Rescue rescue 87 doggies from puppy mills.
 

A breeder from one puppy mill surrendered an 8 year old doxie who had been in a cage all her life.  CLAIRE ADOPTED HER!  She was like a "zombie!", her eyes look less sad now as at last she has a good life, following Claire everywhere she goes.

Peyton will be 9 in April.   Let's celebrate by donating in Peyton's honor to help rescue more animals. God Bless our "Saint Claire!"

PAWS NM Highlights this APNM article:
"It's not rocket science"

Rocket Science

 

With More Spays and Neuters, Fewer Animals Die and Communities Save Money 

Cat and dog overpopulation is at a crisis level in New Mexico. Uncontrolled breeding of dogs and cats-including those who are stray, abandoned and even those with homes, has created this serious and costly epidemic. New Mexico's public and private animal shelters receive more than 135,000 dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens every year. Of those,over 65,000 are euthanized because there are no homes for them.

(Reprinted with the permission of Animal Protection of New Mexico (APNM) from their Winter Publication - 2014)

An extensive survey of New Mexico's animal shelters conducted by APNM in 2007 and again in 2012 clearly shows that despite the dedicated efforts of low-cost spay/neuter programs throughout many parts of New Mexico, current efforts are not enough...

(Read the Full Article Here)


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PAWS 20th Anniversary Dinner
June 1ST, 2013, PAWS held a very Succesful Fundraiser, Over 100 supporters were in attendance and a good time was had by all.
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Ticket sales and donations yielded sufficient funds to put the Spay/ Neuter Surgical Van on the road for a good number of days in rural areas which is much needed activity over the summer for our organization.

A lovely bronze sculpture "Ciquala" ("Little One" in Dakota Sioux) donated by world reknowned artist Glenna Goodacre, was won in the ticket raffle by attendee Terry Fehr.

PAWS 20th Anniversary Dinner PAWS, as a member of the Companion Animal Alliance of Northern New Mexico, is the recipient of a Maddie's Fund Grant.

The funds will help PAWS and the Alliance work closely together to better the lives of all animals in Northern New Mexico.

The $30,000 grant was shared among participating Alliance members, including Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society, Espanola Valley Humane Society, Las Vegas Animal Control, Felines and Friends, Four Corners Animal League, Heart & Soul Animal Sanctuary and People for Animal Welfare Society(PAWS).

The Maddie's Fund mission is to revolutionize the status and well-being of companion animals.

PAWS 20th Anniversary Dinner
The 2011 Milagro Award - Humane Citizen Award - Jane Carson
PAWS, as a member of the Companion Animal Alliance of Northern New Mexico, is the recipient of a Maddie's Fund Grant.



Jane Carson, Our PAWS President, has received the Humane Citizen Award from the Animal Protection of New Mexico:

The funds will help PAWS and the Alliance work closely together to better the lives of all animals in Northern New Mexico.

The $30,000 grant was shared among participating Alliance members, including Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society, Espanola Valley Humane Society, Las Vegas Animal Control, Felines and Friends, Four Corners Animal League, Heart & Soul Animal Sanctuary and People for Animal Welfare Society(PAWS).

 

PAWS 20th Anniversary Dinner
APNM Board Member, Tom Alexander, visits Kosovo

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Humanitarian Lessons Pave the Way for Kosovo's First Animal Shelter.

As featured in today's Albuquerque Journal, APNM's Board of Directors member, Tom Alexander traveled to southern Kosovo last November to teach schoolchildren that with empathy and care, dogs and cats can become loving companions and to educate municipal leaders of the need for a community animal shelter.

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