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Please remember all donations go directly to our animals. We are a non-profit rescue and pet outreach program that is run completely by volunteers. So when you donate you know that every dollar goes directly to care of our animals and pets in need.
Latest News from Providing for Paws
It's with very heavy hearts that we share the news of the loss of our supporter and adopter, Greg, who passed away suddenly while at work August 2, 2016. Many months ago, Greg opened his heart and his home and adopted our beautiful Alley Cat. Greg left this world a better place because he cared enough......
of the Month
Connie is waiting for her forever home..
She is a sweet loving playful little kitty who enjoys snuggle time as much as playtime!!
Fill out our Adoption Application
Adoptable Pup of the month
Maxwell is a happy go lucky guy.
going on walks, playtime, tasty treats and
hanging out with people.
He's a VERY smart boy who is learning basic training he is ready for a foster or forever home.
If you would like to adopt Max please fill out our adoption application.
Adoption Application: http://providingforpaws.org/adoption-and-foster-forms.html
Foster Homes Needed
Dixon was saved because a foster home was found for him in his desperate time of need. He was found with a chain wrapped around his neck and under his armpit.
We provide everything for our foster's bed, crates, toys, collars & leash, food, treats, bowls, vaccines & heartgard. You supply the love and care they need..
Join us and Meet Tyson!
Tyson was found in River Rouge on December 29, 2015 he was taken to the River Rouge animal shelter where they immediately realized how critical his condition was he was rushed to a emergency hospital for care.
His body temperature was 82 degrees his weight was 52 lbs no one knew how he was alive.
12 hours later we rushed him to Emergency Hospital of Ann Arbor where he was given the best medical care.
Our Tyson is a fighter he has such strength he has taught us all what the will to live is about.....
Tyson December 29, 2015
Tyson January 2015
Tyson had to have emergency surgery on January 12, 2016 for bloat he amazed all of us again with his will to live.
Tyson is in a wonderful foster home where he is receiving the love and care he so desperately needed. He is thriving you can see daily updates on our Facebook page:
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Tyson March 2016
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