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Paxos Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) specific objectives are to increase veterinary care on Paxos, continue to support winter feeding of the island's cats and to pursue our education programme.

PAWS was founded by Lindsay Geddes and Linda Parker in 2005 and since then has succeeded in making a substantial difference to animal welfare on Paxos.

Since Linda retired in 2011, PAWS is currently run by its Director Lindsay Geddes from her home in Sussex, England.  Click here for more details about who we are.

The Twelve 10K's of Christmas

One of our supporters Jim Lemin ran twelve 10K's over Christmas and raised £1002 for PAWS. We all send Jim a BIG THANK YOU!

See our Facebook page for details of his runs.

A BIG thank you to the Kamelia Ferry Lines on Paxos who have very kindly offered 5% of every ticket purchased to be donated to PAWS during the 2021 season as well as offering free transport to the PAWS teams.

Return of UK vet teams to the PAWS clinic in 2021

Janet Brenton and Gabriella Charlton worked at the clinic for 2 weeks in September -  click HERE for details.

Mike Houlihan & Mandy Cooper worked from October 12th - 26th.

click HERE for a report.

LINDSAY raised £4126.25 for her 210 MILE Sussex Hospice Trail in MAY 2021

For details of the walk and photos click HERE


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 DOG and CAT NEUTERING VOUCHER SCHEME continues for 2022

PAWS will donate vouchers towards cat and dog neutering at either the Paxos vet clinic or the Fontana vet clinic where a further discount is available.

PLEASE, PLEASE take advantage of this scheme to prevent unwanted dogs, puppies and kittens being abandoned.

We are delighted that once again in 2021 Greek Animal Rescue has donated £3000 towards dog neutering and Greek Cat Welfare Society has donated £2000 towards cat neutering.

 Arrangements at the PAWS clinic in Magazia

The Paxos municipal vet Nefeli Damigou will work 2/3 days a month at the PAWS clinic (see Facebook page for dates). Nefeli will also cover emergencies with strays and can be contacted at the Paxos Vet Clinic 

Tel :(+30) 26620 30204

Click here on News & Events for previous vet reports and updates.

PAWS would sincerely like to thank all the tourists and locals on Paxos who donate so generously and we are delighted that our work is so much appreciated. Thanks to everyone's support, PAWS is looking forward to a successful long term future on Paxos.

If you would like to make a donation, please go to the 'Contact us'page.

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