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.
What a snuggly, fuzzy sweetheart! Rescued from a local shelter with Kodiak and Aurora, Juneau is the "baby" of the group. She is the first one to crawl into your lap and the last one to leave. Juneau is playful, social and eager to please and has spent most of her time at Paw Prints being carried around by two little girls. Juneau is not yet old enough to be sterilized. Therefore, she will be adopted at this time under our Young Puppy Policy*. She is being crate trained and likes other dogs, cats and kids. If you would like to submit an application on Juneau or any other Paw Prints pup, click here.
Willow is a gentle, sweet girl. She came from a hoarding situation where she was loved, but her caretaker was unable to properly care for her. Willow is very low-key and gets along very well with the other cats in her foster home. She loves to be stroked and brushed and enjoys lots of gentle cuddling. She would probably be fine with a calm dog. If you'd like to submit an application on Willow or any other Paw Prints kitty, click here.