December’s Paws for the Cause Pets

Have you heard about our ‘Paws for the Cause’ program'?

It's a new program that allows you to showcase to the world how amazing your pet is. For a set donation, you can submit your favorite picture of your beloved pet and some really great facts about what makes them so special to you. This will be showcased in the Adoption Center for 1 month, we will post it on our blog and show them off on our social media channels. Your donation goes right back to saving more homeless pets like yours may have once been. PLUS, if your pet was adopted from Providence Animal Center, we’ll send you a special “Alumni” bandana as a thank you for saving a life! There’s also a business sponsorship package. This option includes everything from the standard sponsorship, PLUS your business logo featured with your pet and a shout out on social media.

Click ‘here’ to learn more and get started!

Here are December's Paws for the Cause pets:

Rebel surely doesn’t love everyone, but he takes all of his love and gives it to his dad Spike, his mom Valerie and his cat sister Alabama. He’s a truly happy dog, a (mostly) good boy, and is a bright light in our lives.


Meet Ollie! He came to PAC from Florida in July 2017. I took him home to recover from his eye surgery and he never left. Ollie was like no cat I ever had. Pep in his step, spunky and loved everyone. He even had his own Facebook page, for he was so very loved by many! Sadly I had to help him cross Rainbow Bridge in September, but he left paw prints on SO many hearts.


Minnie has enriched our lives so much since we adopted her from Providence Animal Center in 2017. She is a tri-pawed Chihuahua with unlimited motivation. While we technically saved her, she has brought a bounty of happiness, inspiration and love into our home. We couldn’t imagine our lives now without her. We’re so thankful for PAC for bringing her from a shelter in Georgia so Minnie could live out her forever with us.



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