PAWS Animal Shelter


Sweet and quiet, Katniss seems to take to all humans and cats at PAWS Animal Shelter. Why not see whether she’ll take to you?

Sweet and quiet, Katniss seems to take to all humans and cats at PAWS Animal Shelter. Why not see whether she’ll take to you?


Fred, seen here, and his son Lamont were plucked from a kill-shelter in the nick of time and now hope to be plucked from the no-kill PAWS Animal Shelter by someone providing a forever home for both or one of them.


After spending his first five years in a puppy mill, Hogan happily is adjusting to an improved life at the Champaign County Animal Welfare League. Now, he’s ready for an even better life in a new home. He’s fine with dogs, cats and adult humans, but does not like children. Pay him a visit and check out his video at the shelter’s Facebook Page.


PAWS Animal Shelter (cat)

Everyone loves Katniss. She is a sweet and very quiet girl. Her face always looks so sad, even when she is purring. Katniss is up to date on her shots and spayed. She has been wormed and she tested negative for feline leukemia. She is litter box trained. Katniss likes people and other cats. Consider adopting this cute girl and she will be your best friend for life!

Stop by Paws Animal Shelter located, 1535 W. U.S. Route 36, Urbana, Ohio 43078, or call thehelter at 937-653-6233. The Shelter hours are Tuesday-Friday 12-5 p.m., Saturday 12-4 p.m., Sunday and Monday-closed. You can email us at pawsurbana@hotmail.com. Visit us at www.facebook.com/paws.urbana. There are many wonderful cats, adorable kittens and fun-loving dogs at the shelter waiting for good homes. Paws Animal Shelter needs donations of Purina Kitten Chow, Purina Complete Cat Chow, Purina Dog Chow and Purina Puppy Chow. We also could use donations of bleach, laundry detergent and clumping cat litter.

PAWS Animal Shelter (dog)

Hi, my name is Fred. I came from a shelter down south that was full of other dogs looking for homes, too. It was a small shelter and there wasn’t much room for all of us to stay too long. I had been there awhile so I was put on the euthanization list and scheduled to die, but I think I had a guardian angel. That guardian angel contacted PAWS Shelter and PAWS took me in. What a Christmas story that is!!

Some stuff about me: I am a friendly guy, I’m about 4-5 years old, and I’m a mix between a Bulldog and a Beagle, the best of 2 great breeds!

I love all the people here. I wag my tail and gently lick the hands of anyone who reaches in to pet me. I like the other dogs here at the shelter and I haven’t met the felines yet. I’m a pretty laid back little guy….I just kinda like to sniff around.

My son, Lamont, was brought here with me. We both were saved. We will be looking forward to meeting all the families visiting the shelter and hoping that they will choose one of us…..or both. We would love to meet you, please come and give us a few minutes to love you

Champaign County Animal Welfare League (dog)

Hogan came to us from an Amish Puppy Mill. He has only known a life of breeding and seclusion. This new life he has begun has him very appreciative of his rescue. Hogan is a 5-year-old English Bulldog, weighing in at 85 pounds. He has been neutered and fully Vetted which includes all Vaccinations, Heart worm tested, wormed, treated with Heart Worm prevention as well as a 3 month Flea Preventative. Hogan has also had a dental cleaning and is micro chipped. This fella seems to love to walk on a leash, he occasionally will just grab the leash and hold it in his mouth to walk himself. Please check out a video of this big boy on our Facebook Page. Hogan doesn’t seem to mind other dogs, or cats but he does not like children. This gorgeous boy is very inquisitive and is enjoying this big world he now gets to experience. If you would like to meet Hogan please stop out to the Champaign County Animal Welfare League located at 3858 State Route 56, Mechanicsburg. For any questions or more details on our Organization or our available residents please call us at 937-834-5236.

The Champaign County Animal Welfare League is dedicated to helping our Champaign County area pets. The Mission of this Organization is to offer assistance with the unwanted, abandoned and neglected animals focusing first on Champaign County but willing to help wherever there is a need. Please check out our website (www.champaigncoanimalwelfareleague.com) for updates on our growth and information on the David Robert Wetzell Memorial Clinic which offers low cost sterilizations and other services to the public.

The Champaign County Animal Welfare League (CCAWL) is a nonprofit organization that relies on the support and donations of our friends and followers. If you would like to support our Mission either by donating or volunteering please contact us today! A list of needed items can be found on our facebook page and/or our webpage. For a complete listing of our available residents please check us out on petfinder.com and/or adoptapet.com

Champaign County Animal Welfare League (cat)

Beautiful Nell is a 2-year-old Domestic Shorthair Calico. This precious girl came to us half starved and looking for someone to give her the love she so deserves. Nell is a very healthy 10-pounder now and is looking for her new forever home. She has been spayed, FeLV/FIV tested, completely vaccinated including rabies, wormed, treated with flea prevention and micro-chipped. Nell loves attention and gets along fine with other cats and doesn’t seem to mind being around dogs. Nell also uses the litter box with no issues. Our adoption/donation for our Feline Friends is $50. If you are looking for a feline companion, look no further. Nell is your girl.

Sweet and quiet, Katniss seems to take to all humans and cats at PAWS Animal Shelter. Why not see whether she’ll take to you?
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2017/01/web1_IMG_8279.jpgSweet and quiet, Katniss seems to take to all humans and cats at PAWS Animal Shelter. Why not see whether she’ll take to you?

Fred, seen here, and his son Lamont were plucked from a kill-shelter in the nick of time and now hope to be plucked from the no-kill PAWS Animal Shelter by someone providing a forever home for both or one of them.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2017/01/web1_IMG_8204.jpgFred, seen here, and his son Lamont were plucked from a kill-shelter in the nick of time and now hope to be plucked from the no-kill PAWS Animal Shelter by someone providing a forever home for both or one of them.

After spending his first five years in a puppy mill, Hogan happily is adjusting to an improved life at the Champaign County Animal Welfare League. Now, he’s ready for an even better life in a new home. He’s fine with dogs, cats and adult humans, but does not like children. Pay him a visit and check out his video at the shelter’s Facebook Page.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2017/01/web1_IMG_7731.jpgAfter spending his first five years in a puppy mill, Hogan happily is adjusting to an improved life at the Champaign County Animal Welfare League. Now, he’s ready for an even better life in a new home. He’s fine with dogs, cats and adult humans, but does not like children. Pay him a visit and check out his video at the shelter’s Facebook Page.

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Information provided by Champaign County pet shelters.

Information provided by Champaign County pet shelters.