Homeless Pets Club
At Paws For Life, we’re proud to be the first animal rescue in North Carolina to partner with the Homeless Pet Clubs movement! Starting a Homeless Pets Club is simple and free. Just message us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started now! Once your club is up and running, we will work with you to educate the community on responsible pet ownership, as well as promoting animal rescue and adoption. Your club will also sponsor one of our pets, helping promote them and speed up their adoption!
Hands-on involvement with our pet rescues helps teach compassion for animals, decreases bullying, and also increases responsibility and social skills. All the while, bettering the community, the animal’s lives, and your own lives. Help streamline your club’s efforts by gaining valuable insights and resources regarding animal rescues. We deal with this everyday, so we can help get your questions answered, and make sure your efforts don’t go to waste!
We want to help as many animals as possible, but we can only do that with the support of our community. By starting a club, you’ll help even more animals find loving homes. We appreciate it, and we know the animals do too! What are you waiting for?
Who Can Start a Homeless Pet Club?
Partner with Paws For Life in your classroom! Teach your students the responsibility of pet ownership, compassion, and help pets in the process, with free tools for morality and empathy education in your school!
Businesses can start a free pet club too! Show your customers that you care about homeless animals. Business Clubs show the community that you are pet lovers, and want to make a difference in the lives of homeless animals.
Military groups looking for a way to boost morale and help with community outreach can start a Homeless Pet Club. Promote a homeless pet we’re fostering at Paws For Life, and tell their story… find them a forever home.
Anyone can help… Faith Based Institutions, Families, Neighborhoods, Senior Centers/Senior Daycares, Assisted Living Centers, Sports Teams, Sororities/Fraternities, Human Hospitals, Police Departments, and Fire Departments.
Girl Scout Club
Many Girl Scout groups across the country have started Homeless Pet Clubs within their troops. They use it to teach pet care and responsibility, and even earn badges! The girls feel helpful, learn life lessons, and pets lives are saved.
Boy Scout Club
Boy Scouts can work with Paws For Life and start a Homeless Pet Club as well! Help pet stories and get the word out about the importance of pet rescue. And, educate the scouts about animal wellness and compassion.
About The Homeless Pets Foundation
Paws For Life Animal Rescue has been inspired by The Homeless Pets Foundation founder, veterinarian Dr. Michael Good… and so we were ecstatic when we were able to get involved. We’re hoping his vision can inspire others to start their own club and help save more lives. Either by sponsoring one of our pets, or one of the many other rescues across America participating in the cause. His dedication to saving homeless pets is uplifting and life changing, for both pets and us humans.