PawsCo is about collective impact; it’s about changing lives. Everyone at PawsCo is a volunteer – a business rockstar by day and an animal avenger by night and weekend – and everyone is an integral part of the PawsCo team.
At PawsCo, we want to make a systemic difference in animal welfare, so we take a comprehensive approach that involves being proactive with outreach, addressing current issues, and being a resource to existing organizations.
PawsCo is a 501(c)3 nonprofit with three divisions:
- Spay/Neuter to prevent unwanted pets
- Pet Food Drive to keep pets with their families during difficult times
- Adoptions to work as a resource to shelters and assist animals in need
PawsCo Spay/Neuter division provides spay and neuter services to Colorado communities and works with the area advocates and residents to create self-sustaining spay/neuter programming. The Spay/Neuter division also includes TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) and SNR (Spay-Neuter-Return) programming in partnership with other citywide efforts.
PawsCo Pet Food Drive division aims to keep pets with their families by providing food through local area food banks. The ongoing drive collects dry and canned animal food and distributes the pet food to families in need through a partnership with the Food Bank of the Rockies.
PawsCo Adoptions division works with underserved shelters and has a focus on rescuing pets in need from the state of Colorado. The rescue is an all-breed, foster-based organization where all pets live in foster homes – rather than shelters – until adopted.
PawsCo is a 100 percent volunteer-run organization committed to collaboration, education, and efficient operation.
Do what you can, when you can.
Spay/neuter, adopt, foster, volunteer, donate, and save lives.
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