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Our Mission

As a Community-Oriented 501(C)3 Private Organization in Green Valley AZ.

Reduce community cat overpopulation (feral/stray/free-roaming) through Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) in order to create a healthier environment for our communities.
Educate the public on the importance of spay/neuter and health for companion animals.
Rescue, foster, and re-home adoptable pets.

Who We Are

Paws Patrol began in early 2006 with a founding committee of seven qualified animal rescuers, each having at least several years of experience. All committee members had actively participated as volunteers, board members, and/or directors in other animal rescue groups.

Our Vision

To compassionately and responsibly create a more humane world for animals.

Our Awards

2019 AZ19 Most Influential People – Patti Hogan

2018 & 2019 White Elephant Parade Winner — Service Category

Our Partners

Adopt Love Adopt Local

Albertsons

Amazon Smile

Arizona Companion Animal Spay and Neuter Committee

Athletes for Animals

Beading Divas to the Rescue

Chewy.com

Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

Fry’s Food Stores

Greater Green Valley Community Foundation

Green Valley Gardeners Art in the Park

Green Valley/Sahuarita Chamber of Commerce

Green Valley/Sahuarita Volunteer Clearinghouse

Pam Crittenden and Green Valley Art Gallery & Studio

Rancho Rossa Vineyards & Rescued Hearts Cellars

Safeway

Tubac Festival of Arts

United Way

Valley Verde Veterinarians

Voice for the Animals Foundation (Working Cats® Program)

How we calculate our live release rate.
  1. Count the total live outcomes (adoptions, outgoing transfers/working cats®/return to colony cats)
  2. Divide that by the total outcomes (includes shelter euthanasia)
  3. Annual Live Release Rate = ((1)/(2))*100
The Live Release rate does not include owner/guardian requested euthanasia which were unhealthy and untreatable and cats that died or were lost in shelter care.