PAWS Alumni

Bear (PAWS Name Carlos)

Thanks! Things have been wonderful for us and Carlos (we renamed him Bear). He’s a gentle dog that loves to snuggle…

Cleo (PAWS name Offelia)

Cleo (formerly Offelia) is doing well. She loves her new boyfriend (now life partner) Bubba. They play all the time, walk…


She’s a very lovable dog who is now part of our family. here’s a picture of “Genie” with her favorite toy…

Pikea (PAWS Name Casey)

I am very happy with my new kitten Pikea (she was adopted as Casey). My older cat, Chloe is taking a…

Kiki (PAWS Name Mahina)

Things are going very well with KiKi (formerly named Mahina), our new puppy from Paws! We absolutely love her. She’s happy,…

Cub (PAWS Name Frederick)
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Frederick is doing great. We have renamed him Cub to match our other tuxedo, who we adopted from the SFSPCA three…


Everything is going very well- he and his sister are getting along great and he seems very happy! I will definitely…

Dunkin (PAWS Name Tommy)

Dunkin (changed from Tommy) Is doing great :) The picture is from Dunkin on the fourth of July.


Natalie is doing well – we haven’t changed her name. She is in training at the moment Dog-a-holics Megan Ores-Uhrich. I’ve…

Peeve (PAWS Name Jaeger)

Things are going great with the dog I adopted. I changed his name from Jaeger to Peeve. He truly is an…

Miss Honey (PAWS Name Dawn)

She is pretty happy! Dawn is now Miss Honey and we love her dearly!

Annie (PAWS Name Colonel Mustard)

We can’t say how much we love our kitten we adopted from PAWS. I don’t know how she developed the personality…

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