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.
PAWS April fundraising event will be at PIC (beachside) on Friday, April 12 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. All proceeds will go to the care of animals on Saipan. Tickets at $25.00 each include wine tasting, appetizers, a raffle and entertainment Tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance from Bobbi Grizzard, 483-9464.
Missing Maltese Puppies: Cha-cha (male), Chelsea (female). Last seen on November 10, 2012 around 3:30pm at Flame Tree Avenue, Dan Dan Village ( the road going to Hawaiian Rock).
To return or for any information you can provide about them, Please contact Donna or Charlie at 670-989-6550
LOST - Last seen on July 24, 2012: Labrador and doberman mix: These dogs were last seen on Capitol Hill in front of the Deloite Office. If you've seen either of these dogs, please contact Pipit at 483-9512.
Animals still missing after six months may be viewed in the Missing Archive
There are no current news events at this time. Please see the archive for past events.
PAWS would like to take this opportunity to thank those sponsors who have made significant contributions in 2012:
|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.|
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:
If you have questions on being/getting prepared, please call 285-PAWS.
Come learn about animals seeking homes in homes for the homeless