Save a life
Saving Animals & Finding Homes
Little Paws Animal Shelter was started on 18 october 2019 and was established by Raksha Suresh for the welfare of animals, the Little Paws Animal Shelter is to “look to the welfare of every living creature.”
Little Paws Animal shelter care for animals needing protection, attempt to find homes for homeless animals, and reunite lost pets with their owners. Our shelter provides other services, such as animal health services, behavioral evaluations, training, and humane education.
What Drives Us
“Our mission is to protect and advocate for companion animals in need, and to build a humane community that promotes compassion and seeks to strengthen the human-animal bond.”
Adopt A Pet
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Save a Life
Because you'll save a life
The number of euthanized animals could be reduced dramatically if more people adopted pets instead of buying them. When you adopt, you save a loving animal by making them part of your family and open up shelter space for another animal who might desperately need it.
is it better to adopt or buy a pet..?
Some even cost more. However, adopting a pet is significantly cheaper. The prices vary based on where to dog came from and if any money was spent on vet services or grooming. Either way, adopting is always going to be cheaper than buying from a breeder.
You help stop cruelty in mass breeding facilities.
Throughout the country, thousands of commercial pet-breeding facilities and backyard breeders produce millions of animals for sale in pet stores and through newspaper ads. Often known as puppy and kitten mills, these facilities repeatedly impregnate female dogs that spend their entire lives in cages without human companionship. These unfortunate animals are often in intolerable environments, forced to produce litter upon litter, and are destroyed after they become unprofitable assets. Adopting a shelter animal means you don’t support such cruel practices.
You pay less.
Low adoption fees which cover a portion of our shelter’s costs are much less than the cost of purebred puppies or kittens sold for profit.
You encourage others to adopt animals from shelters.
When your friends ask where you got your amazing pet, you can tell them “at the shelter.” Your adoption may encourage others to do the same.
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