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PAWS is a volunteer-based, no-kill shelter in the Creston Valley. We are dedicated to finding loving homes for abandoned, rescued, surrendered, and abused pets in the Creston Valley (covering RDCK Districts A,B,C, and the Town of Creston).

We educate the public through community outreach. We provide veterinary care, rehabilitation, socialization, and spaying or neutering as required. Community outreach is achieved through education, re-homing assistance, and reuniting lost pets.

PAWS philosophy as a no-kill shelter means that PAWS pets that don’t find their furever homes live out their lives, loved and cared for at the shelter or fostered by volunteers.

We are not affiliated with or funded by the BC SPCA, or any municipal or provincial branch of government. Our funding comes strictly from donations, fundraising, and grants.

"Men have forgotten this truth...but you must not forget it. You become responsible forever for what you have tamed."  
               (‘The Little Prince' by Antoine de Saint-Exupery)



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Our Bobb is a handsome senior fellow. At 16.5 years old, Bobb is pretty amazing! He does have arthritis that PAWS looks after with monthly meds. Bobb is also on a senior diet, but otherwise, for his age he is a healthy cat! Bobb does not like other cats much, but he loves his people! He thinks a gentle petting & a good chat are the best part of his day. Bobb is well loved by everyone at PAWS, but this awesome fellow really deserves to be in a quiet home with his very own people to dote on him! Sunny spots, a soft blanket, a kitty castle to climb & snooze on are some of his favourite things. Being a geriatric cat, Bobb may live for 6 months or 2 years or more! Do you have room in your heart & home for this great cat to live out the rest of his days? Bobb deserves to be in his own home!! Call PAWS at 250-428-7297 to arrange to meet our Bobb!