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Precious Paws Rescue

PPR VolunteersPrecious Paws Rescue (PPR)  is an all volunteer operation working rescue dogs and cats from shelters that may otherwise be euthanized due to time limitations, illness, injuries or lack of socialization and training.  We also take animals that are neglected or that are homeless.

We are dedicated to educating the public about the pet overpopulation crisis, the importance of spaying/neutering and responsible pet ownership.



At-a-glance
  • We started in 2009
  • Precious Paws Rescue, Inc. (PPR) Incorporated  in the State of Florida in March 2009 and has complied with the registration requirements of Florida Statutes and Solicitation Act. Registration number CH29226.
  • 501 (c) 3 public charity in the State of Florida
  • Rescues animals primarily in Citrus County and neighboring areas
  • All volunteer organization
  • No paid staff
  • No-kill organization
Volunteers at Pet Supermarket

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We have rescued over 2,000 cats and dogs as volunteers in the Citrus County area. We are all animal lovers that are here to serve our community, reduce pet overpopulation, re-home pets, care for abandoned animals, foster, and show animals to help them find forever homes. We do a great deal of this work in our homes, and in donated spaces. We are fundraising to purchase our own building that will allow us to serve more animals in a safe and sanitary environment. We are no-kill organization.

Our Mission

The goal of Precious Paws Rescue is to reduce pet overpopulation through rescuing, fostering, adopting and sponsoring low cost spay, neuter and vaccinations programs.

Adoption Process

Adoption December 2017Prospective adopters are asked to complete an adoption application. The information requested gives the PPR volunteer a brief insight into your lifestyle and living arrangements.  If you do not own your home you will be asked to provide a note from your landlord indicating that you may have pets in your home.  The question about current pets in the household is important.  It is the practice of PPR not to adopt an animal to families where non-sterilized pets are living. An effective sterilization program is the key to decreasing the number of homeless pets. Information on your pets also gives the PPR volunteer information on the possible compatibility of the PPR rescued pet and your current household pets.   PPR volunteers are working to place each pet in the most suitable home environment.  As PPR pets are fostered in a home environment the foster parent is able to identify the habits of the rescue pet and the home and lifestyle of the adoptive family will make for the most successful adoption.

IMG_3110PPR volunteer with kitten