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The Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) is a volunteer-based non-government organization whose goal is to prevent animal cruelty through education, animal sheltering and advocacy. PAWS believes that the creation of a more peaceful society starts with the widening of mankind's circle of compassion which includes animals, thereby envisions a nation that respects animals, practices responsible pet ownership and protects wildlife.
The PAWS Animal Rehabilitation Center (PARC) located at Aurora Blvd., Katipunan Valley, Loyola Heights, Q. C. serves as a temporary shelter for dogs, cats and other animals rescued from cruelty or neglect with the ultimate goal of rehabilitating them and placing them in loving homes. Part of PAWS’ life-saving work at PARC is empowering people by providing volunteer opportunities to help animals so that everyone can do their own share in making the world a better place for all.
Aurora Blvd., Katipunan Valley, Loyola Heights Quezon City, Philippines Telefax: 4751688
Office: Monday to Saturday -10:00AM - 5:00 PM
Clinic: Mon,Tue,Thu,Fri,Sat - 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Closed on Sundays & Holidays
PAWS LAUNCHES SPAY & NEUTER CAMPAIGN WITH THE MATSUNAGA SIBLINGS
The Matsunaga siblings are the latest spokespersons for The Philippine Animal Welfare Society to promote “spay and neuter” or “kapon” of companion animals. The ads feature actor Daniel Matsunaga with neutered dog Sumo and model Vanessa Matsunaga with spayed poodle Carly.
Spay-Neuter of pet dogs and cats is done by a licensed veterinarian to keep the animals from reproducing. Having pets fixed is currently not a popular practice among Filipino pet owners and animal lovers. However, this procedure is actually the main solution to the problem of pet overpopulation which directly contributes to the growing number of stray animals.
The Matsunagas are animal lovers who can attest to the benefits of spay-neuter for their pets. Says Vanessa, “It was total chaos in our house before our Alaskan Malamutes were spayed and neutered. They would get into fights and they would mark (urine marking) everywhere. We read up on spay/neuter and we learned about its health benefits for our pets – like the prevention of mammary tumors and pyometra for female dogs, and the prevention of testicular cancer and prostate disease for male dogs.
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