Don’t forget!!!! PAWS Vaccine Clinic – this Saturday, November 5th – 3 to 5 PM !

PAWS Vaccine Clinic will be held from 3 to 5 PM  this Saturday, November 5th!

It is located near Blossom Hill Rd and Snell Ave, at Springdale Kennels: 520 Giuffrida Ave, San Jose, CA 95123
The money raised goes to PAWS medical funds.
Vaccines are very reasonable priced, they cost less than VIP clinics, so let your adopters know about this clinic and that others are held the first Saturday of every month.

We’re off to a good start helping enrich animals’ lives in 2011

Already in 2011, PAWS for SJACS, has provided for San Jose Animal Care Center (SJACC) kitty-cat scratchers  for the kennels,  Feliway room atomizers (to help keep felines in the kennels calm), and Zukes dog treats to help with training and rewarding the canines who are up for adoption.  The felines love those scratchers and it sure is nice to see how happy those dogs are now while being walked and trained by volunteers and staff, they love those Zukes treats as rewards!    The enrichment program is really helping make the animals at SJACC be happier and more comfortable while they await adoption, and the happier the animal the quicker it tends to be adopted.   Together PAWS for SJACS and SJACC are working to keep all the critters happy at SJACC.  These enrichment items were paid for by monetary donations to PAWS for  SJACS.   You can help keep this  enrichment program going by sending in money or by donating through our website via PayPal.

Rabbit Community Fund

Take a look at two of the tiniest beneficiaries of the PAWS for SJACS Rabbit Community Fund. This fund will help pay for these little ones’ spay/neuter surgeries when these endearing chocolate dutch bunnies are of age. Their parents, aunts and uncles were fixed with the help of the new fund. Their human guardians lost their home, but didn’t give up their pets. The family was doing their best they could under tough circumstances, but clearly needed assistance. PAWS, with help from the Rabbit Haven, assisted with education, food, and spay/neutering funds. The Rabbit Community Fund was set up to help rabbit owners who live in any city covered by the San Jose Animal Care Center. If the rabbit’s human family has the right stuff to be a good animal guardian, but need assistance with  spay/neutering funds, they may be a candidate for to take advantage of this resource. Please contact the PAWS rabbit committee for more information.

Baby bunnies snuggling
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