Helping Paws is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to saving the lives of abandoned, abused and neglected animals, getting them their necessary medical care and adopting them into good homes. Helping Paws maintains a no kill policy and utilizes foster homes rather than a kennel type atmosphere. Our dogs, cats, birds and other rescues are treated as members of the family in their temporary homes where their personality is assessed as to the type of person they need in order to lead a quality life. Helping Paws prides itself on fitting the right person with the right pet. As you search our site you will meet many of the animals up for adoption and learn about their personalities.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT: TO GIVE AID AND COMFORT WHENEVER POSSIBLE TO ABUSED, ABANDONED AND NEGLECTED ANIMALS WHEREVER NEEDED.
Helping Paws also creates a public access television show called Pet Talk in order to educate and, hopefully, entertain the general public. We introduce animals that are available for adoption from many other organizations, give valuable information concerning animal issues and provide training tips for the new pet owner.
Helping Paws' president and television hostess writes a weekly column for the Norwich Bulletin. Also called Pet Talk, the columns range from informational to emotional topics. The columns are included in this web site for your convenience and enjoyment.
Helping Paws is proud to announce that Clint and Rene Knapp have been chosen to be included in the National Register's Who's Who in Executives and Professionals for the 2003- 2004 edition and will be registered at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C.
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