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This page lists all our PAWS pets waiting for their furever homes, privately owned, pets being re‑homed, and pets eligible for the Seniors for Seniors program.

PAWS ensures the pet has had a vet check, at least 1 vaccination, and has been spayed or neutered if old enough.  

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***READ FIRST*** Once you open the form, YOU MUST SELECT 'OPEN IN  ACROBAT' (to the right of the open application) or your information will NOT SAVE.  If you save the application to your computer first, you must RIGHT-CLICK the FORM NAME > OPEN IN > ACROBAT or your information will not save.

CAT Adoption Form        DOG Adoption Form      OTHER Pet Adoption Form


Private adoptions (re-homing) are between the current pet owner and the interested party. PAWS isn't involved except to provide a courtesy post for these pets and help connect them with a new family. Please contact the email address or phone number in the rehoming post. PAWS does not post pets if a rehoming fee is charged, if they're for sale, or if they aren't spayed or neutered.  

Seniors for Seniors Foster Program

The PAWS ‘Seniors for Seniors’ program matches people 60 and over in the Creston area with older pets. These matches usually work out well because older pets are trained, calmer, and quieter than younger animals, so they better fit the lifestyle of an older person.
Older adults may not want the commitment of a pet but have the room in both their heart and their home for one. Senior pets can sometimes be harder to adopt because of their age or because they also have special needs, so this is also a win-win for the pet.
The program matches a senior pet with the applicant. PAWS covers the medical expenses and special needs items.
In turn, we ask that:
·      if the cat is an indoor cat, it always be kept indoors
·      you let PAWS know how the match is working out
·      you let PAWS know if the foster pet has any health problems or behavioural concerns
·      you let PAWS know if you can no longer care for the pet
Call PAWS at 250-428-7297 to learn more about the program.

Foster Parent Program

PAWS often receives pets that need just a little bit of extra care or attention. This may be due to health/medical needs, they’re pregnant or nursing, they need more training or socialization, or they just need to be in a home environment!
You can help pets in need by becoming a foster parent. Fill out one (or both!) of the online forms.  If you'd like to learn more, please call us at 250-428-7297.

Foster Medium and Large Breed Dogs Form
Foster Form