PAWED (People for Animal Welfare in El Dorado County) is the first to offer a mobile spay and neuter vehicle within their county. Their efforts to help reduce the number of unwanted animals within El Dorado County are responsible for decreasing the number of animals currently sitting in the local shelters.
Since PAWED first launched their mobile spay and neuter clinics in January 2009, they have operated on 663 dogs, 822 cats, and 50 other small animals. That is a total of 1,535 animals. That is an increasable number!
PAWED has made some incredible strides to help the animals within El Dorado County, and because of this SPCA International would like to award them with a Shelter of the Week grant to show our appreciation and gratitude for their hard work.
You can donate to this organization by sending a check to:
4050 Durock Road # 19
Shingle Springs, CA 95682
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