Hukgq2lyrvunkzbiducz

Paw Works

  • Thousand Oaks, CA

Our Story

Christina Morgan and Chad Atkins founded Paw Works in January of 2014 with a clear mission: to help make Ventura County “No Kill.” By forming a rescue organization designed to place unwanted animals from county and city shelters in permanent homes, they hoped to help ease the tragic burden that is created when owners abandon their pets and fail to spay or neuter them.

Ventura County achieved “No Kill” status less than a month after Paw Works was formed. Today, Paw Works takes in abandoned animals from multiple counties in Southern California, as well as from other rescue organizations throughout the state. In just three years, Paw Works has saved over 3,200 abandoned dogs and cats and placed them in caring homes.

Our ultimate goal is to address overpopulation and abandonment through education, awareness and community-driven programs that offer spaying and neutering, training and veterinary care in underserved areas.

Cqelreahtfyhe2uhe186

My mom sent me Chester's photo and said, 'This place is amazing.' I went in the next day and picked him up."

- Kaley Cuocco, Chester's mom & Paw Works board member

shop and make it possible to...

Feeds
1
Purchase
FEEDS
15 Rescue Dogs
Vaccine
5
Purchases
Vaccinate
A Rescue Dog
Spayn
18
Purchases
Spay/Neuter
A Rescue Dog
Save
90
Purchases
Save
A Rescue Dog

Find Us

(805) 852-1744

info@pawworks.org

http://pawworks.org/

Latest Supporters

Supporter placeholder

Allison Polumbus