LIKE us on FACEBOOK
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
1 1/2 years old
I am ready for my furever home. I am a sweet boy that would love to put a smile on your face. My personality is one of a kind.
Domestic Short Hair
Brown Tabby and White
1 Year old
Female - Spayed
I would enjoy spending the day cuddle up in a blanket. I am also front declawed.
ATTENTION YOUTH, JUNIORS, PARENTS, SCOUTS, AND SCOUT LEADERS
Effective December 3, 2013, P.A.W.S. Humane Center no longer offers volunteer applications for those under the age of eighteen.
We still welcome you to come to the Humane Center to volunteer!
Signing a Waiver for that day is all you will need.
Parents, guardians, scout leaders, etc. should contact the Humane Center Director in advance to schedule your volunteer time. When you arrive at the Humane Center, advise someone at the Front Desk why you are there. They will show you where to sign in, give you a Waiver to sign that will cover you and your child, and let the Director know you are there. You and your child will also be given name tags.
Housekeeping, laundry, dishes, etc. are all very important tasks that need to be done on a daily basis. Your help will be greatly appreciated.
While you are at the Humane Center, be sure to take some time to visit with the animals.
We look forward to seeing you.
Thank you for your interest in P.A.W.S., and your desire to help the many animals in need.
P.A.W.S. has a variety of volunteer opportunities to suit all interests and activity levels.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Check us out! Click the picture above or the "Volunteer Application" tab on the left and then join us for our next New Volunteer Orientation:
Upon completion of the online Volunteer Application, a member of the P.A.W.S. team will contact you to set up orientation within 5 - 7 days.
Becoming a volunteer can be rewarding, satisfying, fun and a great way to make new friends. The Humane Center’s first and foremost concern is taking care of the animals, making sure their surroundings are clean and disinfected, that they are as healthy as they can be. Every day the mornings are devoted to making this happen before the Center opens to the public helping with animal care, i.e. cleaning the catteries and kennels.
Environmental Enrichment (socializing) is another important key to the well-being of the Center's animals. Volunteer opportunities exist for walking, holding, training, bathing, etc.
Another key volunteer opportunity is customer relations - which includes assisting with adoptions, answering the phone, waiting on guests.
There are many very important volunteer positions available that don’t require direct contact with the animals. Some of these are clerical duties, housekeeping/laundry, maintenance, grounds keeping, and off-site events such as fundraisers, festivals, parades, etc.