(Corner Hwy 54 and Cary Pkwy)
Cats & Dogs
1 PM - 4 PM each day
Paw Prints is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the population of homeless cats, kittens, dogs and puppies through foster care, medical treatment and adoption into forever homes. We receive no government funding and greatly appreciate tax-deductible contributions from animal lovers like you. Paw Prints makes a lifetime commitment to every animal that we rescue. We never want these animals to be homeless again.
Financial information about this organization and a copy of its license are available from the North Carolina State Solicitation Licensing Branch at 919-807-2214. The license is not an endorsement by the State.
People who meet shortie Pork Chop (once they stop laughing at his peculiar look and happy-go-lucky disposition) comment that his name is perfect! He lost his home when his owner was evicted and luckily found his way to Paw Prints. Pork Chop loves to carry his soft stuffed toys around, drop them at your feet and then lean on you for attention and petting. He is good around other dogs and children and really isn't terribly treat-motivated. Pork Chop is both house-trained and crate-trained and barks appropriately. If you'd like to submit an application on Pork Chop or any other Paw Prints pup, click here.
Sheridan was found as a small kitten in a storm drain - scared, hungry and suffering from an upper respiratory infection. She has spent a number of months being nurtured - growing happy, healthy and more confident. She is now a beautiful adolescent and anxious to find her own home! Sheridan does well with other cats and has "met" some dogs in her foster home. She loves just about any type of toy - especially feather toys! If you'd like to submit an application on Sheridan or any other Paw Prints kitty, click here.