• RESOURCES FOR ANIMAL WELFARE AND DECLAWING INFORMATION

      Downloadable Brochure (Copyright © 2016 Paw Project – All Rights Reserved) Downloadable Brochure

      Download Paw Project Brochure 8.5x11 [PDF] – Click Here. This three-panel per side brochure can be downloaded and printed on 8.5 x 11 inch paper. The logo of your organization can be added if you wish, but otherwise please do not edit this copyrighted publication of the Paw Project without prermission.

      Veterinarians Who Don't Declaw

      www.pawproject.org/no-declaw-vets

      The Paw Project's list of veterinarians in the U.S. and Canada who refuse to declaw.

      Humane Society of the United States (HSUS)

      www.hsus.org

      The HSUS is dedicated to creating a world where our relationship with animals is guided by compassion.

      [HSUS on declawing]

      Born Free USA

      www.bornfreeusa.org

      Born Free USA is a national animal advocacy nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Its mission is to advocate for the protection of animals from cruelty and exploitation.

      In Defense of Animals (IDA)

      www.idausa.org

      A national organization dedicated to ending animal cruelty and exploitation wherever it might exist.

      American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)

      www.aspca.org

      The ASPCA's mission is to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States.

      National Humane Education Society (NHES)

      www.nhes.org

      The National Humane Education Society provides humane education, rescue and relief assistance for animals. Through the Humane Education Department, it provides educational presentations and information services to the public.

      Last Chance for Animals (LCA)

      www.lcanimal.org

      A national organization dedicated to ending animal suffering and exploitation through education, legislation and direct action.

       

      The Paw Project has no direct affiliation with any of the organizations listed above.

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      ANIMAL ADVOCACY

      Coalition to Protect and Rescue Pets (CPR Pets)

      www.cprpets.weebly.com

      Coalition to Protect and Rescue Pets (CPR Pets) is an all-volunteer network of people who believe animals deserve many of the same things people do: a secure home; protection from abuse, neglect and exploitation; and love. CPR Pets formed in Massachusetts 2007.

      Mutts

      www.muttscomics.com

      Cartoonist Patrick McDonnell uses his nationally syndicated comic strip to support animal causes, from encouraging pet adoptions in his regularly-appearing Shelter Stories to raising awareness of the plight of endangered animals around the world.

      The Cougar Fund

      www.cougarfund.org

      The mission of The Cougar Fund is to protect the cougar throughout the Americas. The Cougar Fund educates the public on the value of cougars in nature and promotes the gathering and application of sound science in their management. By advocating thriving populations of cougars, The Cougar Fund ensures that these beautiful, legendary creatures—known for their grace, independence and incorruptibly wild nature—may exist in ways that enjoy long-lasting public support.

      The Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association (HSVMA)

      www.hsvma.org

      The Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association (HSVMA) was formed as a home for veterinary professionals who want to engage in direct care programs for animals in need and educate the public and others in the profession about animal welfare issues. The mission of the HSVMA is to protect and advocate for animals while providing leadership and service opportunities that support a humane veterinary profession.

       
      SCRATCH PREVENTION MATERIALS

      Felix Katnip Tree Company

      www.felixtreecompany.com

      The Felix Katnip Tree Company has been handcrafting cat scratching posts for over 80 years. "All our posts are handmade using real wood, natural hemp sisal, and certified organic catnip. Our products are preferred by authors, therapists, veterinarians, and cats worldwide."

       

      The Paw Project has no direct affiliation with any of the organizations listed above.