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LOVING PAWS RESCUE IS IN GREAT NEED OF DONATIONS. THERE IS A WISH LIST BELOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP WITH DAILY ITEMS WE NEED FOR THE CARE OF OUR PETS. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A MONETARY DONATION, ALL PROCEEDS GO TOWARDS THE CARE OF RESCUED ANIMALS. ANY DONATION IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.







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MAGNETS AVAILABLE



These magnets are available for sale. They are $5.00 each plus $1.00 for shipping. Simply click on our paypal link below "DONATE" and let us know which magnets you want and the address where you want them sent.




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OUR MISSION STATEMENT



We live in the age of "Disposable" everything. When we are done with something or something out lives its usefullness, we simply dispose of it. That is also true of companion animals. In Chester County, the state of Tennesse and the rest of the Country, there is a terrible problem of over-population, abandonment, abuse and neglect concerning dogs and cats. Here at Loving Paws Rescue, we have decided to try to change the lives of as many of these "disposable" pets as we can.

Our first objective is to rescue those pets that are in desperate need of our intervention. Those who are lost, scared, cold, wet, hungry, sick or injured. Those tossed by the wayside like yesterday's garbage. We obtain excellent medical care through local veterinarians. Lots of love, tender care and patience by our devoted staff of volunteers and the chance for a brand new life with a new loving family is just what every pet deserves.

Our second objective is to bring awareness to the community about spaying and neutering their pets. This is the only way we will ever be able to control the pet over-population in our county and statewide. We are working to bring a low cost program to the residents of our county by being able to assist pet owners by subsidizing the fees charged by local veterinarians. We also have a spay/neuter program in place for those on limited incomes that received state assistance.

Our third objective is to educate the community about the responsibilities of pet ownership. We plan to do this on a level to include schools, special interest groups, various fund raising events and a continuing column in our local newspaper. We continue to meet with volunteers ranging in age from grade school children to retired citizens. We feel very fortunate to have met these special people and look forward to meeting many, many more!!!