Covid-19 Support Needed

Dear Cat and Dog Lovers

As we all know, COVID-19 is spreading across the entire world. Whether it’s through infection, cancelled flights, lockdowns, or food and supplies shortages, we are all feeling the effects. Here at Rescue P.A.W.S., we are also not immune to the virus’s impact. We are planning to increase key areas of our animal rescue operation due to the economic impact on stray animals and pets from the virus and we need your help to help those who do not have a voice!

Sterilization

Sterilizing animals to prevent reproduction.

Education

Educating the public to change attitudes and behaviors.

Adoptions

Facilitating adoption to move animals off the street find their forever homes.

Our Impact

Since opening its doors and hearts 2013, Rescue P.A.W.S. (Providing Animal Welfare Through Sterilizations) has had a significant impact on the health, quality of life and the overall number of stray dogs in our region of Thailand. To date, we have sterilized over 2,000 street dogs and cats, educated thousands in the local and international community,  and found over 400 forever homes. However, there is much, more work to be done.

DID YOU KNOW…

One unspayed female soi dog, her mate, and all of their puppies can become responsible for around 67,000 offspring over the course of six years. Considering the number of dogs Rescue P.A.W.S. has sterilized, we have effectively prevented tens of thousands of potential strays.

Ghet and Jok talking to Monk

One male and one female dog will have an average of 8 puppies every 6 months – about 16 puppies every year. Those 16 puppies can then go on to have 16 of their own puppies, and so on.

1 year

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16

2 years

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128

3 years

=

512

4 years

=

2,048

5 years

=

12,288

6 years

=

67,000

Not only have we sterilized an incredible amount of dogs and cats, but we have also provided vaccinations, parasite treatments, and various other medical care to over 19,000 animals. This is all made possible thanks to our volunteers, donors, and dedicated staff.

Who we are

Rescue P.A.W.S. is a team of incredibly dedicated individuals who share a passion for improving the lives and welfare of the street animals of Thailand. With the help of our international volunteers and loyal community members, we are changing these dogs’ and cats’ lives for the better. 

What we've done so far

Achievements

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Wound Care
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Sterilizations​
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Vaccinations and Parasite Treatments
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Education Outreach
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Adoptions
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Program Volunteers

Helping find forever homes and sponsors

Adopt or Sponsor

Dobby
Dobby
About: I’m a 2 month old kitten who was left on Rescue P.A.W.S doorstep in March 2020. I was really scared when they found me because I didn’t know where I was or if they were friendly. They took me to their clinic and gave me a bath and food. I hid behind the shelves on...
Adoption Status: Not Adopted
Animal Type: Cat
Fortia
Fortia
About: I am an 8 week old pup who loves to play. The nice people at Rescue P.A.W.S took me in when I was very sick and helped me get all better. Now, my only concern is playing with toys and making new friends. I’m still very little so I have a lot to learn about...
Adoption Status: Not Adopted
Animal Type: Dog
Bohdie
Bohdie
About: I arrived at Rescue Paws in December 2018. I’m quite a timid dog but I love to give and receive affection. Though it will take time for me to get to know you, once we’re friends you can bet that I’ll be the most loving boy in the world. My perfect home would be a...
Adoption Status: Not Adopted
Animal Type: Dog
Cera
Cera
About: I arrived at Rescue P.A.W.S in 2017 with my mum Blondie and 4 male siblings. As the smallest of the bunch, I was often bullied and pushes around by my brothers. As I got older I began to take after my mum’s timid nature and was very shy. She seemed to be scare of a...
Adoption Status: Not Adopted
Animal Type: Dog
Jeffery
Jeffery
About: I’m a young pup with a big heart. When I came to Rescue P.A.W.S I was very scared. I didn’t know where I was or what to expect. The people would bring snacks and treats to me but I wasn’t sure if I should take them. But then I noticed that the other dogs were...
Adoption Status: Not Adopted
Animal Type: Dog
Oreo
Oreo
About: I was born on the streets of Hua Hin and came to the Rescue P.A.W.S clinic in November 2019 for sterilization. Once I recovered I went back to be with my pack. Lately, my pack has been picking on me and when they chased me away I had nowhere else to go. The nice people...
Adoption Status: Not Adopted
Animal Type: Dog

Our Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer

Our Animal Welfare Volunteer Program is a life-changing opportunity to make a difference in the lives of stray animals in need, while soaking up authentic Thai culture in one of Thailand’s must-visit destinations. Do you want to be part of tackling the root of the problem, thus changing the lives of many street dogs and cats?

Make a donation

Donate

Your support is what aids us in our fight to improve animal welfare and decrease the suffering and overpopulation of animals in Thailand. Please help us in our mission to sterilize, vaccinate and care for Thailand’s stray dogs and cats and educate local communities to bring about sustainable change.

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Help us Create Sustainable Change.

Sustainable change is not just about sterilizing as many animals as we can. Educating local communities about animal welfare and the importance of sterilization is just as critical to fundamentally change the attitudes and behavior that affects stray lives. This is the root of the problem and our unique approach to solving it, which is made possible with your support.