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Paw Project of Georgia: A Haven for Suwanee's Furry Friends

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We want to shine a light on an organization that's been making a real difference in our city and beyond — the Paw Project of Georgia.

Paw Project of Georgia

The Paw Project of Georgia was founded by a passionate team of seven women who collectively share over a century of experience in animal rescue, TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return), and veterinary medicine. As a non-profit rescue and wellness center, they are firmly committed to providing low-cost veterinary services, helping low-income families give their beloved pets the medical care they deserve. Moreover, they conduct TNR for our community, effectively reducing the population of unowned cats, and they tirelessly rescue animals from situations of abuse, neglect, or abandonment.

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With a broad range of low-cost, high-quality veterinary services on offer, including vaccines, heartworm & combo tests, bloodwork, domestic health certificates, nail trims, microchipping, and other routine tests, the Paw Project of Georgia extends a helping hand to our four-legged friends. They also offer treatment for minor illnesses and have recently started offering spay/neuter services. What's more, the Paw Project is also dedicated to the rescue and adoption of animals in need. For example, their house cat Merlin, found in the Gwinnett area, now lives happily at the center. Their rescue and adopt initiative is designed to find forever homes for abandoned, surrendered, and neglected dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens. All pets are provided with required vaccinations, spay/neuter surgeries, and a microchip. If you're interested in adopting, be sure to check out their Petfinder and Adopt-A-Pet accounts.

Are you unable to adopt but still eager to help?

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Consider fostering a pet! Contact them at for more information about becoming a foster. You'll be set up with all the supplies and medical care needed for each foster pet.Another unique aspect of their work is the Working Cat Project, aimed at saving unsocialized cats that prefer living outdoors by placing them in properties as organic pest control. If you have a farm, barn, warehouse, private property, or even a brewery and would like a working cat, contact Jeani at

The Paw Project's TNR project also plays an essential role in sterilizing and vaccinating Community Cats and returning them to their outdoor homes. If you're interested in starting TNR in your area, reach out to their office for further information.

Paw Project of Georgia's "Bingo & Beers" at Monkey Wrench Brewing

bingo night at monkey wrench brewing in Suwanee, GA

On a final note, mark your calendars for June 9th, 2023! Paw Project of Georgia is hosting "Bingo & Beers" at Monkey Wrench Brewing in Suwanee. Enjoy a night of bingo, brews, and the chance to win some fun prizes while supporting a fantastic cause. In the heart of Suwanee, the Paw Project of Georgia is truly making animal care accessible to all members of our community through their diverse and supportive programs. Their dedication to the care and placement of animals in need reflects their heartfelt mission statement - "A Place for All Paws!" Don't miss the opportunity to support this remarkable organization and make a positive impact on the lives of countless animals in our community.


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