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Every Dollar Makes A Difference

Dec30

Looking for a tax break? Look no further -- make a year-end donation to PAWS! You'll not only be saving the lives of animals, you'll also save on your taxes. A donation to PAWS is 100% tax deductible!  Every dollar makes a difference to the animals, too. 

With your help in 2011, we were able to care for thousands of dogs, cats and wildlife animals. From orphaned Black Bear cubs and injured Bald Eagles, to kittens rescued from Joplin, MO and dogs in need of a new home, we could not have saved their lives without your support. Thank you.

We hope you’ll take a moment to make an end of the year tax-deductible donation for the animals at PAWS before December 31.  With your support for the year ahead, we will continue saving the lives of thousands of animals throughout 2012.

Wishing you a very happy, healthy and humane New Year!


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By the way there are now new tax laws that allow for fostering expenses (of pets) to be tax deductible. This definitely helps those who are using their own money to support animal rescue. Just google this subject! -Liezl NJ

I think everyone living in the US that cares about animals should give a few bucks to Paws. You will get every dollar back through tax deduction. Simply a win-win situation for people and animals :-)

Thank you!

Liezi NJ,
I was not aware that fostering pets was considered a tax deductible expense. We work with a local group rescue group and I will mention this to them. If they do not know I am sure that they will be happy to hear this. I have read numerous paws blogs and I always learn something.
drh FL.

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