Can my children work at the shelter?
Our insurance does not cover us for people younger than 18 years, even if supervised by an adult. We are often short staffed and supervising a young person could put extra burden on another volunteer.
Can PAWS-PATAS pay to have my dog spayed?
PAWS-PATAS gets no statutory funding, and we do not have fund available to help with neutering pets.
Can you come and collect this cat/kitten(s) and take them away as they are hurt/injured/not wanted?
For sick or injured animals please contact your nearest vet. For a list of the vets in our area, please click here. PAWS-PATAS do not employ any vets or nurses nor do we have the resources to deal with sick or injured animals. For unwanted animals, please complete the waiting list by clicking here and one of our volunteers will contact you.
Can you help with neutering a cat?
PAWS-PATAS gets no statutory funding, and we do not have funds available to help with neutering pets, but we may be able to help with neutering stray cats under our TNR scheme. Please click here for more information.
I have found cat/kitten, dog/puppy – can you take it in?
We do not always have room to accept animals, depending on availability of space, but if you are willing to care for it, we can put it on our waiting list, or advertise it on Facebook, provide you with flea/tick control and worming treatments.
If you want, you could click here to be added to our waiting list, and one of our volunteers will be in touch to discuss your needs.
What do i need to do to take my dog back to UK?
Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions