GREEN VALLEY PAWS PATROL                                                                                                                                                     

Paws Patrol                       Green Valley, AZ

onnect to Facebook  Connect to Twitter  Connect to Instagram

Our CAT STATS Since April 2006. Updated February 28, 2018

Intake:  4021 ~ Returned to Colonies/Barns:  1895 ~ Adopted:  1294 ~ Euthanized/Died:  143


  • Reduce community cat overpopulation (feral/stray/free-roaming) through Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) in order to create a healthier environment for our communities.
  • Educate the public on the importance of spay/neuter for companion animals.
  • Rescue, foster, and re-home adoptable pets.

WHO WE ARE...Paws Patrol began in early 2006 with a founding committee of seven qualified animal rescuers, each having at least several years of experience. All committee members had actively participated as volunteers, board members, and/or directors in other animal rescue groups.

OUR VISION...To compassionately and responsibly create a more humane world for animals.

Follow Us! 

We Need Your Help!

Looking to provide a forever home to a cat?  View our cats at Petfinder  and Adopt A Pet or pay us a visit at Paws Patrol!


Meet Scooterthe Wonder Cat!

A BIG SHOUT OUT to our President, Patti Hogan, for fostering,  loving, and ensuring that Scooter has a speedy recovery and is back on all three legs quickly!!

Follow Scooter's journey via these short videos thanks to our in-house media expert, John Praytor.

March 29, 2018 New!

March 28, 2018

For the month of April, Beading Divas to the Rescue has chosen Green Valley Paws Patrol as the animal rescue organization to sponsor. Their volunteers make beautiful one of a kind bracelets, each with a paw charm. The sale price is just $20 each, and they are gorgeous! These bracelets make wonderful gifts and each one has a card with the name of the designer or the name of the bracelet. 

Beading Divas will also promote our cause for April randomly on their blog, on their Facebook page, at some venues in Tucson, and online via Etsy.

These beautiful, handmade bracelets can also be purchased at Green Valley Paws Patrol.  Funds from sales are one of the many ways we raise money to continue our rescue programs in Southern Arizona.

Cutest Cat in America Contest

Upcoming events

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software