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What's New At PAWS?
Nov 23

Your donations allow PAWS to provide one of a kind programs like our veterinary assistance grants. Here is what one recipient had to say: “I thank God that PAWS is available to help people like me who have an extremely low income. My dog is doing better now thankfully! I only wish there was more funding available for each animal who’s owner needs financial help getting their pets the best of care. I became disabled just a few years ago, and before that I was able to have pet insurance and was able to always provide him with the best of care.11.14cache Now I feel horrible because I can’t give him the care a 9-yr old rottweiler deserves, check ups, etc,… That said, we were lucky to have PAWS Assistance available to us when he got sick. Thank you!” Your support keeps vital programs lie this helping folks right here in our community.

Nov 16

These 2 feral babies were rescued inside the wall of a City building that’s being renovated. Mom is semi-feral and had hidden her babies inside thinking they were safe – but demo is starting and they wouldn’t have made it. One kitten fell over the edge of a loft area and was trapped in the wall. There was no way out, she would have died there. 11.16iftwPAWS volunteer (and hero) Damon Sallee had to rip off the metal siding exterior of the building with a crowbar, to get in the wall and pull her out. These little waifs made their way to April Eaton one of our dedicated foster homes for socialization and are now looking for their forever (indoor) homes. Please support PAWS’ Programs like In From The Wild to save more lives.

Nov 9

We rescued our Chihuahua, Emma, from a very bad situation and decided that she needed to be spayed. We had trouble finding the money for it because we are on Social Security and helping raise a grandson so money is tight for us. 11.6emma

We took Emma to our vet and they gave us the paper work to ask for assistance from PAWS. They very promptly replied and gave us some very needed help to take care of our sweetie Emma. Thanks to your continued support PAWS is able to help families make responsible pet care choices.

Nov 2

Thanks to your support of innovative programs like the free online lost and found service, PAWS is able to keep more families together.11.2KLPbonnie “I have owned cats and dogs on my farm near Silverdale for ten years, and this service is extraordinary– and new to me. Because I was able to post a description and picture online immediately, my old cat was returned to me within 4 days. Thank you so much.” Please Support PAWS’ Programa like




















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Our Mission

PAWS of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap advocates, educates, and provides direct services to nurture the bond of companionship between pets and their people, for the health and well-being of both.

What is PAWS

PAWS of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap is a volunteer-based nonprofit animal welfare organization that promotes responsible pet ownership and the reduction of pet overpopulation. PAWS features low-cost spay/neuter and veterinary financial assistance, a lost and found pet registry, pet adoption, Senior Veterinary Assistance, a pet food bank, and Feral Cat Assistance.

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PAWS at Pleasant Beach 4688 Lynwood Center RdBainbridge Island, WA

Kingston Animal Welfare Center 26569 Lindvog Rd. Kingston WA

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