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P.A.W.S. of Dearborn County
(Partners for Animal Welfare Society, Inc.)
P.A.W.S. Humane Center
200 Charles A Liddle Dr
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
2 years old
Female - Spayed
She loves to running around outside, so taking her to a park would fun for everyone. Stormy is housetrained and knows commands. She would enjoy cuddling under the blankets with you.
Domestic Short Hair
Black and White
1 years old
Male - Neutered
He is sweet, loving cat that would love to have a quiet home. Barney enjoys when you scratch underneath his chin. He would love to explore your home.
To report a stray dog or to report neglect, abuse or abandonment of an animal, contact Dearborn County Animal Control.
If you have FOUND a pet, we recommend you do the following:
If you have LOST a pet, we recommend you do the following:
Hurry! Don’t Delay in looking for your lost pet.
It’s important for you to call the P.A.W.S. Humane Center right away and visit in person.
Remember to check back daily as we take in animals each and every day. One of them may be yours.
Visit all the local animal shelters to look for your pet because animals can wander far from home. Animals missing from Dearborn County may easily cross county lines or be picked up by someone passing through the area.
Notify friends and neighbors that your pet is lost. Post fliers in the area where you lost your pet.
Contact veterinary practices in your area. They may have a Lost and Found bulletin board in their offices.
Check Eagle Radio Pet Patrol (above link).Read the “found” ads, and take out a “lost” ad in the newspapers.
And finally:When your pet comes home, have them Microchipped. P.A.W.S. Humane Center offers microchipping for $25.00 per pet.
Make sure your pet wears a current county license tag (for dogs), rabies tag and an ID tag with your present address and phone numbers. – and your address and phone numbers are on file with the veterinarian who provided your pet’s most recent vaccinations.