PAWS (Pet Assistance and Welfare Services)
P.O. Box 5330 Saipan, MP 96950
PAWS is a Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) non-profit
corporation dedicated to the health, care, welfare, and population control
of cats and dogs in the CNMI and to the education of the public for animal
care and rights. PAWS was established in March, 1993 and incorporated on
July 24, 1995.
This lost dog was found March 8, 2014 in the Brabu Pharmacy parking lot. He has not been neutered, has a light blue collar, is unafraid of people, and behaves like a lap dog. If this is your dog or you know the owner, please call Brabu at 233-2668 or contact PAWS
Ayla is 4 years old and has been missing since June 5, 2014 from Sadog Tasi. She is very friendly and we miss her very much. If found or seen, please call or text (670) 285-6970 or (670) 285-6972.
Animals still missing after six months may be viewed in the Missing Archive
What to do if your pet is missing
There are no current news events at this time. Please see the archive for past events.
PAWS 2014 Sponsors
PAWS would like to take this opportunity to thank those sponsors who have made significant contributions in 2014:
|Paradise Island Animal Hospital has made a major contribution towards the health and welfare of homeless animals on Saipan through discounted healthcare for PAWS and free fostering of animals at their facilities. Call them at 234-9669 for all of your pet's healthcare needs.
||Brabu Pharmacy, a major sponsor of PAWS, carries Frontline, Advantage, Adams Flea and Tick Shampoo, collars, and more - all at a competitive price.
Preparing Your Animals for a Typhoon
While you are preparing your homes and loved ones for the storm, please do not forget your animals.
We suggest you take the following steps to protect your animal(s) from harm and/or death:
- Considering bringing outside dogs and cats inside for the storm. Designate a room for the outside critters so the mess can be contained and easily cleaned.
- To prevent bringing ticks and fleas inside the house, treat your animals to a single dose of FRONTLINE or PRO MERIS. Both of these products kill fleas and ticks for up to 4 weeks with a single, non-messy application between the shoulder blades.
- FRONTLINE can be purchased at Brabu Pharmacy on Middle Road.
- PRO MERIS can be purchased at Paradise Island Animal Hospital on Middle Road.
- If you do not wish to use FRONTLINE or PRO MERIS, considering bringing the animals indoors and FOGGING the house and/or single room after the storm. FOGGING is an effective way of killing fleas and ticks that have jumped off the animals.
- FOGGING products can be purchased at ACE HARDWARE.
- Unteather animals during a storm. A tethered dog is a dead dog during a typhoon.
- DO NOT put animals in outside crates and/or kennels. Crates and kennels are easy to tip over and can blow away, even if an animal is inside. Under no circumstance should an animal be put in a crate and/or kennel that is left outside during the storm.
- If you use a crate or kennel to house your pet, bring the entire set-up inside during the storm.
- Make sure you have plenty of food and water ready for your animals.
- Dry and wet cat food and dog food can be purchased at a reasonable price from COSTCO.
- BE PATIENT with your pet. Storms are scary for humans and animals. Animals might start to get anxious as the storm approaches and wind and rain intensify. Have compassion and recognize that animals can't watch the TV for updates and that they rely on YOU for their safety.
If you have questions on being/getting prepared, please call 285-PAWS.
Before and After
Come learn about animals seeking homes in homes
for the homeless
For immediate assitance, call the PAWS hotline at 285-PAWS
Hotline Sponsored By IT&E