PO Box 336, Pendleton IN 46064
For more information on adopting or fostering you can e.mail
Friends for Paws was established in 2011. We are here to help place homeless animals of Pendleton, IN & be their voice. We are a 501c (3) not for profit organization. DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE! We appreciate all the support we get since we operate out of our homes & foster homes. It takes your donations to keep us going!
We are trying to make a difference by educating the public on the importance of SPAYING & NEUTERING. Micro chipping is also very important & we chip every pet that comes into our care & they are all spayed/neutered & UTD on vaccines before leaving for their forever homes. Please continue to follow as things change daily.
As a "home" based rescue, we are unable to accept all pets and focus primarily on strays. DO NOT DUMP your pets, contact a local shelter or rescue, help is out there.
4/9/15 The Town of Pendleton
passed new Animal Ordinances
91.22 Each dog and cat over the age of 6 months which
is kept in the Town shall have been sterilized and rendered
incapable of reproducing by a licensed veterinarian unless
a veterinarian has certified in writing that it would not be in
the animals best medical interest, but in no case later than when that excepted animal attains the age of 9 months.
91.04 Vaccinations and microchip requirements
All dogs and cats 3 months of age and older must be vaccinated against rabies.
All dogs and cats over the age of 4 months must be implanted with an identifying microchip, exemptions apply.
A form of identification must be on the pet.
"SAVE THE STRAYS"