It is the belief of this organization that affordable spay and neuter services can help reduce pet overpopulation, including but not limited to owned companion animals, feral / community cats, shelter animals, and rescue animals. It is also our belief that small rural areas such as ours are in just as much need of these services as larger urban areas, especially in this region of north Florida and south Georgia.
Suwannee PAWS is now approved as a 501(c)(3) organization! (October 2016) Thanks to everyone including our supporters and clients, much hard work was behind this process, but now we must grow! Please contact us today if you would like to help in our effort to reduce pet overpopulation and initiate shelter reform in our county and small surrounding counties. For our work to continue, we need donations and public support, including corporate and private investors to help further our cause. Thank you! See some of our landmark achievements below:
January 2017: Suwannee PAWS receives large donation of nearly 50 stainless steel cages to expand our capacity and extend community outreach ability! Still installing them as of March 2017!
June 22-25, 2015: Dr. Daniels attended the Humane Alliance training center in Asheville, North Carolina for advanced spay/neuter techniques. This was made possible by a generous scholarship from The Neighborhood Cats, Inc. http://www.neighborhoodcats.org. A very heartfelt thank you to the staff and administrators at Neighborhood Cats for this opportunity, and also to the staff at Humane Alliance for training.
SEPTEMBER 26TH, 2014: SUWANNEE PAWS GRAND OPENING
PLEASE VIEW THIS VIDEO TOUR OF OUR FACILITY AT THE GRAND OPENING:
Only a few things have changed since we filmed this, primarily the cages in our animal rooms!
Suwannee PAWS, Inc.
1427 Ohio Avenue North
Live Oak, FL 32064
**In the Badcock & More Shopping Plaza off state road 129 / Ohio Avenue