Poor animal management has plagued our community for decades. An effective solution is up for a city council vote and we need your help to make it a reality.
PAWS is committed to the sponsorship of healthy feral feline colonies across Bannock County. Our tireless volunteers have helped us...
Portneuf Animal Welfare Society recently received a generous donation from a young man who wanted more for his birthday than gifts.
What Happens to Rabbits and Chicks After Easter? Like the Arizona rescue organization in the video, PAWS has dealt with...
PAWS relentless efforts have led to a convection of Fort Hall Man Shane Haggard for over a decade of cruel animal neglect leading to the suffering and death of his many animals
Nike is a little rescue kitten with a big surprise, and an important message about Southeast Idaho Animal welfare. Learn about her story
Portneuf Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) gratefully accepts a pet supply drive from Aspire residents. Many animals have will be helped by their efforts! Learn how you can support PAWS efforts...
Portneuf Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) Newsletter February 2019. Learn about Southeast Idaho animal news, current PAWS projects, pet care tips, PAWS pet stories, and our featured adopted pets, and our spay/neuter program
PAWS welcomed several volunteers to our team in 2018. Learn about their important work and how you can help.
Animal cruelty has no place in Southeast Idaho. Learn about these issues and how you can make a difference for pets and wildlife in our community.