At CAWS, we know we can't save them all but we make sure every rescue has more than just reason behind it; every rescue has heart. It's what we believe and what our supporters expect. It's why we open our doors to animals that sometimes need the most help.
When shelter staff entrusts an animal to CAWS, they know we'll make a lifelong promise to care for that cat or dog. Just ask India, a dog adopted from CAWS in 2004. When CAWS recently learned India had ended up in a bad situation, we arranged for her immediate return from California. Your financial and emotional support helps make that kind of commitment possible.
Enter CAWS Cat Adoption Counselor, Jamie Carter. Like other dedicated CAWS volunteers, she knows the harsh reality of rescue. It's urgent and heartbreaking work that takes an unwavering belief that every life is worth the time, energy, and financial commitment necessary.
Jamie volunteers tirelessly and often makes the kind of life and death choices no one wants to make. But in keeping with the CAWS mission, she always makes room for the toughest cases. And that means giving cats like Barathe and Lakai an opportunity to thrive.
From rescue to providing low cost spay/neuter or feral cat assistance, CAWS works to be a strong force in the community. And CAWS operates entirely on donations.
Your caring contributions enable us to be there for animals like Barathe and Lakai. With a holiday gift of just $20
, you can help us guarantee the brothers' future while working to change the life stories of even more animals.
P.S. Life isn't fair but CAWS works hard to bring as much equity as possible to those dealt the difficult hands. And with your continued support, we can keep trying to make life just a little better for Barathe and Lakai and every life we touch. Thank you!