Build a strong, compassionate and connected community, that truly cares about the welfare of companion animals, who then reach out to help better the lives of those animals in need. We help bridge the gap between area shelters, rescue groups and city organizations through specific programs targeted to those needs such as…..veterinary care, spay & neutering, foster homes, transportation to rescues across the state.
Our “Very Unique Best Friend” program at SCRAPS…
These wonderful animals are all located at SCRAPS, 2521 North Flora Rd. (off East Trent) in the Spokane Valley. If you would like more information about any of our featured animals, please call (509) 477-2532. Have each animal's kennel# at hand when calling...The adoption fees of the animals in our sponsored kennels are paid by PNWAWP....All their "adopter" would have to do is pay is for their county license....that and love them forever!
If you would like to donate to this great program, that is saving local homeless animal's lives each and everyday, we need your help to keep this wonderful program active and ongoing.
Cats currently available through SCRAPS
We have a little dog that needs our help....please read below and if you can give Daisy a home or know someone who can, please contact Rachel at email@example.com or (208) 892-4808...
My name is Rachel......I am jobless and nearly homeless and desperately trying to find a shelter that will accept my dog, to foster or adopt as I am currently unable to keep her any longer. We've been bouncing around Spokane while searching for jobs and housing and I have no where I can keep her....
Daisy is 10 year old Miniature Pinscher with one eye.
She is on thyroid and blood pressure medicine daily and takes them with no problems. Daisy is housebroken, gets along with other dogs, loves cats, has never been aggressive towards people and will get along with anyone that gives her attention or treats, but is a bit weary of new people for a bit. She is at the age now where she loves to lay on the couch or sleep with me and cuddle, but she's definitely not an active dog.
Daisy is a great dog and even at her age, she's still very smart. She knows how to open doors with handles. At my grandmother's house, she can open the back door and will let herself in and out to go to the bathroom. She has always been in a fenced yard because she's very curious and I don't trust her without a leash. I would love to see her go to an older couple or single person that would have plenty of time and attention for her. She's absolutely fantastic and if we could find her a place, I would be more than willing to help out with her costs for food, medicine, etc. she is micro-chipped and current on all her vaccinations. I can also get all of her records from my local vet and WSU. She is kennel trained and very sweet....
Thank you so much for the quick response. This is definitely the hardest thing I've ever done as Daisy is my best friend.
Thank you again.
Feral Cat Trapping
As you may know, there is a real feral cat problem near college campuses. That is because students frequently adopt cats during the school year, and when they leave for the summer, they simply turn out the animals.
Currently there are a lot of feral cats near Gonzaga. Would you be willing to ask if anyone in the group would be available to help trap these cats and transport them to the vet for spaying or neutering. The trapper has made arrangements with her vet for a reduced fee and can pay the cost of the surgery. There is also some money for gas if anyone is willing to help with this project. The vet is on the South Hill. The vet has agreed to go the extra mile for these cats, and will allow them to be dropped off the day before the surgery, and the vet will keep any females overnight if need be.
Thanks for any help you might be able to provide. Please let me know if you have any questions or need additional information.
Contact Cheryl Mitchell
Phone (509) 327-5181