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Our Success Stories

Every one of the cats we encounter have stories to tell, and these are just some of stories of special cats who crossed our paths and allowed us to make their lives—and ours--better.
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  • October 28, 2014 7:55 PM | Anonymous
    Paws Patrol is proud to work with other local Non-Profit groups. See how we assisted Equine Voices HERE!


  • July 15, 2014 7:51 PM | Anonymous
    Check out this Green Valley News  article about Paws Patrol's work with a feral cat community in Rio Rico. Many of our volunteers worked hard along with other community members including The Animal League of Green Valley and Dr. Joanne Lefebvre Connolly. Your support does make a difference!


  • December 29, 2013 2:14 PM | Anonymous
    Hello,
    We are the family that adopted Belle in July. She is doing great in her new home. She has a new playmate, Tobey. Tobey is a little over a year old. We adopted Tobey last Christmas when he was a kitten. He adores Belle. They play together and constantly give each other kisses. They have become best friends. Belle also has a seven year old King Charles Cavalier in her new home. Belle loves to play with her feather toys and has a kitty condo in the window to take cat naps. Belle is the sweetest cat we have ever had. We are so lucky to have her in our family.
    Recently my ten year old daughter had a hot chocolate stand in the neighborhood when our community was having a yard sale. She raised $70.00 for Green Valley Paws Patrol. Enclosed is the money she raised. Please put the money towards the foster cats and finding good homes.

    Sincerely,
    Angie, David and Emma Rupp
  • December 28, 2013 8:18 PM | Anonymous

    You would laugh so hard if you could see him now.  He has got us trained

    to do a lot of petting and talking.  In the morning his routine is to greet

    us around 5-6am when we get up.  He talks all the time we are getting

    dressed for the day and walks with me to his feed dish (wants it filled

    even if it already has food in it) --- just in case!!  Then back to the

    footstool for a belly rub and he'll lay on his back until he gets it!!

    Than a quick little dance and down the hall to the litter pan.  After I

    have my breakfast, he will continue to talk until I sit down to read the

    paper.  That's his cue to get in my lap thus preventing me from reading

    until he goes to sleep!

    His personality is starting to shine.  Well behaved except for the usual

    kitty curiosity.  Loves to be combed and likes his treats.  He was too big

    for a normal kitty bed so he has a box a big wreath came in with blanket

    and towel to muss up to his satisfaction.  Every cat we have owned has had

    a unique personality and Pun-Kin is no exception.

    We hope you had a good Christmas.  We spent ours with our 'snowbird'

    friends.  May you have a blessed New Year with peace and joy.  Thank

    you for looking after God's creatures.

    Carl and Shirley

  • July 26, 2013 9:58 AM | Anonymous

    Domino was a Paws Patrol rescue when she got stuck in our shipping container and survived eleven days with no food or water. Patti Hogan caught her for us. We returned Domino to Wisconsin where she survived another winter while we basked in the AZ sun. 

    Upon our return to WI she took to us after many hours of love and patience. Domino now wears a collar and sleeps on our bed! The tabby is her offspring...Smokey Joe. We had captured all Dominos kittens and worked with a WI vet to have them spayed and returned to the outdoors. Domino elluded us for four years prior to being caught in our POD. Thanks Patti!

    Ann Hirz

                            

                                            Smokey Joe

  • August 23, 2012 7:40 PM | Anonymous

    Drooley, aka Walenga, came to us through Paws Patrol as a group of ranch cats we loved from afar. Over time Drooley started to be comfortable closer to humans.

    He started talking in combinations of meows and hisses. He seemed to want to be rubbed on but was still too scared. In winter of 2012 he finally got within arm's length and I was able to pat him. He started to drool from the experience (hence his name)! Since then he has become the coolest cat! I love that when I get home in the evening and he comes out from his hiding spot so I can see him. So I stop the car and get out giving him a cuddle before driving on to the house. He is just the best, and no matter what my day has been like at work, his cuddles make all the tension just wash away. I really enjoy each cuddle I get. He has turned into a big love-bug feral.   Bobbi Lehman

  • August 18, 2012 3:40 PM | Anonymous

    In 2009 we had recently retired and were new to Arizona and decided we would like to try fostering a kitty to go along with our two older cats.  We met Patti at Paws Patrol and received “Pepper”.  She stole our hearts and found a new forever home and became “Suzy”! She is the delight of the household and is definitely “The Kitty in Charge!”  Suzy has been with us for three years and we  couldn’t imagine life without her.  We highly recommend, if you are able to do so, to give a feral kitty a chance.  You may just save two lives!   .........David & Gina Dillon

  • August 18, 2012 3:38 PM | Anonymous

    In late 2009 we lost our beloved Sundance and we so missed all the love he gave us. 

    We decided we wanted to share our love with another kitty.  When Paws Patrol showed us Shadow - he was called Sinatra then - we were sure he had been waiting for us to find him.  He has so much personality and talks to us all the time.  Every night he sleeps on our bed and in the morning races around bringing us toys so we can play with him. 

    Shadow is a joy and so beautiful.  

    We love him and Paws Patrol. ......John & Mary Lou Grieves

  • April 12, 2010 2:54 PM | Deleted user
    Mary and SpiceLast April we adopted Mary & Spice from Paws Patrol. What a joy they have brought to us. They have been "double trouble" at times and our house is completely re-arranged to suit their needs. We are trained just as they want us to be. Mary & Spice are the wonderful pets they are because of the dedication, and love, that the people at Paws Patrol have for these animals. Thanks for all you do. Sandy & Ray 
  • December 17, 2007 2:51 PM | Deleted user
    FriedaFrieda is a small orange feral cat that has been in the same neighborhood for her entire life. She birthed and lost numerous litters over the last year or so. On December 9, 2007 she gave birth to a litter of 6 kittens on a patio chair. One week later, a coyote decided to come over the wall and visit. On his third trip (at 5 AM), Frieda decided to go to war, and she won (with a little help). That day, she moved her litter to the roof, and lived there for 3 weeks, only coming down for food etc., until she was captured in late December. Her litter was rescued from the shelter on the roof, and she and her litter were moved to a foster home where they stayed until the kittens were able to be adopted. Frieda was spayed and returned to the neighborhood where she presently resides.
    Frieda
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