Help PAWSGH Care for Helpless Animals Like River the Kitten

She was cold and scared.

A small kitten, unable to move her back legs.

There she was, sitting helpless where someone had cast her aside, in the side yard at PAWS of Grays Harbor.

As soon as we saw her, we rushed the kitten inside PAWSGH, and gave her an examination.

As well as her useless back legs, her tummy was badly distended—almost completely impacted with something like small rocks or gravel. We named her River, and treated her condition as best we could, but we didn’t know if she was going to make it through the night….

To read the rest of River’s story, head over to our Network for Good Page: https://pawsgh.networkforgood.com/projects/155666-help-pawsgh-care-for-helpless-animals-like-river-the-kitten

Now Hiring Executive Director

Do you want to help animals in need, join a fun and committed team of animal-lovers, and make the community of Grays Harbor a better place? If so, PAWSGH might be looking for you!

We have opened the search for a new EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR to help lead PAWSGH in the next phase of its growth. For more information, please click here or head on over to: http://www.pawsgh.org/executive-director-job-description/

Shelter Open By Appointment Only – Effective Immediately

Due to the reporting on increased COVID-19 cases by the Grays Harbor County Health Department, PAWSGH will be open by appointment only. This does not mean the shelter will be closed. We are still available for all of our usual services. You can make an appointment by calling 360.533.1141 and we will schedule you for an appointment. Hours for appointments are Tuesday-Saturday 11:30am-3:00pm. If you are interested in adopting one of our available animals, please visit our Adoption Application page and fill out an adoption application prior your appointment to save time.

Please understand, our number one priority is safety–for our staff, our volunteers, our animals, and our community. We are regularly assessing and look forward to being available for walk-ins again as soon as the situation stabilizes. Thank you for your patience.