PAWS Animal Shelter


Otis is a wonderful young boy waiting to be adopted at Paws Animal Shelter. He is a handsome tiger and white fellow with a marvelous personality. When rescued he was sick, hungry, dirty and terrified. The pathetic kitten was fed, washed and given a soft bed. The vet examined Otis and found that he had an upper respiratory infection and was malnourished. Otis had a ruptured ear drum, which left him with a permanent head tilt. It took Otis a long time to recover and now he is ready to be adopted. He has become Mr. Personality. Otis likes to greet everyone and is very social. He loves to play with toys and the other cats at the shelter. He is up to date on his shots and is neutered. Otis has been wormed and he tested negative for feline leukemia. He is litter box trained. Otis is one fun-loving boy! Whoever adopts Otis should feel very lucky to find such sweet cat. Otis is waiting for you. Stop by Paws Animal Shelter located at 1535 West US Highway 36, Urbana, Ohio 43078 or call Paws Animal Shelter 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 [email protected] 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, 39 gallon trash bags and clumping cat litter. We are a nonprofit organization that operates only by donations. We do not receive any city, county or state funding. We depend on public donations and our adoption fees to run the shelter. Please consider making a donation to help fund our shelter. This is puppy and kitten season. We often get in puppies or kittens with no mother. Consider fostering puppies or kittens. Sign up on our foster list. We are always looking for volunteers to come to the shelter and help out. You could play with the cats or dogs to help socialize them.


Otis is a wonderful young boy waiting to be adopted at Paws Animal Shelter. He is a handsome tiger and white fellow with a marvelous personality. When rescued he was sick, hungry, dirty and terrified. The pathetic kitten was fed, washed and given a soft bed. The vet examined Otis and found that he had an upper respiratory infection and was malnourished. Otis had a ruptured ear drum, which left him with a permanent head tilt. It took Otis a long time to recover and now he is ready to be adopted. He has become Mr. Personality. Otis likes to greet everyone and is very social. He loves to play with toys and the other cats at the shelter. He is up to date on his shots and is neutered. Otis has been wormed and he tested negative for feline leukemia. He is litter box trained. Otis is one fun-loving boy! Whoever adopts Otis should feel very lucky to find such sweet cat. Otis is waiting for you. Stop by Paws Animal Shelter located at 1535 West US Highway 36, Urbana, Ohio 43078 or call Paws Animal Shelter 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 [email protected] 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, 39 gallon trash bags and clumping cat litter. We are a nonprofit organization that operates only by donations. We do not receive any city, county or state funding. We depend on public donations and our adoption fees to run the shelter. Please consider making a donation to help fund our shelter. This is puppy and kitten season. We often get in puppies or kittens with no mother. Consider fostering puppies or kittens. Sign up on our foster list. We are always looking for volunteers to come to the shelter and help out. You could play with the cats or dogs to help socialize them.

Otis is a wonderful young boy waiting to be adopted at Paws Animal Shelter. He is a handsome tiger and white fellow with a marvelous personality. When rescued he was sick, hungry, dirty and terrified. The pathetic kitten was fed, washed and given a soft bed. The vet examined Otis and found that he had an upper respiratory infection and was malnourished. Otis had a ruptured ear drum, which left him with a permanent head tilt. It took Otis a long time to recover and now he is ready to be adopted. He has become Mr. Personality. Otis likes to greet everyone and is very social. He loves to play with toys and the other cats at the shelter. He is up to date on his shots and is neutered. Otis has been wormed and he tested negative for feline leukemia. He is litter box trained. Otis is one fun-loving boy! Whoever adopts Otis should feel very lucky to find such sweet cat. Otis is waiting for you. Stop by Paws Animal Shelter located at 1535 West US Highway 36, Urbana, Ohio 43078 or call Paws Animal Shelter 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 [email protected] 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, 39 gallon trash bags and clumping cat litter. We are a nonprofit organization that operates only by donations. We do not receive any city, county or state funding. We depend on public donations and our adoption fees to run the shelter. Please consider making a donation to help fund our shelter. This is puppy and kitten season. We often get in puppies or kittens with no mother. Consider fostering puppies or kittens. Sign up on our foster list. We are always looking for volunteers to come to the shelter and help out. You could play with the cats or dogs to help socialize them.
http://urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_paws-cat-Otis-8-2016-900-newspaper.jpgOtis is a wonderful young boy waiting to be adopted at Paws Animal Shelter. He is a handsome tiger and white fellow with a marvelous personality. When rescued he was sick, hungry, dirty and terrified. The pathetic kitten was fed, washed and given a soft bed. The vet examined Otis and found that he had an upper respiratory infection and was malnourished. Otis had a ruptured ear drum, which left him with a permanent head tilt. It took Otis a long time to recover and now he is ready to be adopted. He has become Mr. Personality. Otis likes to greet everyone and is very social. He loves to play with toys and the other cats at the shelter. He is up to date on his shots and is neutered. Otis has been wormed and he tested negative for feline leukemia. He is litter box trained. Otis is one fun-loving boy! Whoever adopts Otis should feel very lucky to find such sweet cat. Otis is waiting for you. Stop by Paws Animal Shelter located at 1535 West US Highway 36, Urbana, Ohio 43078 or call Paws Animal Shelter 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 [email protected] 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, 39 gallon trash bags and clumping cat litter. We are a nonprofit organization that operates only by donations. We do not receive any city, county or state funding. We depend on public donations and our adoption fees to run the shelter. Please consider making a donation to help fund our shelter. This is puppy and kitten season. We often get in puppies or kittens with no mother. Consider fostering puppies or kittens. Sign up on our foster list. We are always looking for volunteers to come to the shelter and help out. You could play with the cats or dogs to help socialize them.
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