Welcome to Paws 4 Love Pet Rescue


Paws 4 Love Pet Rescue goal is to help education the community, so that people are responsible for their pets, where there are no helpless creatures abandoned in boxes or left to fend for themselves in parking lots, where there is no longer a need for any healthy companion animal to be euthanized. There are many worthy organizations and individuals working toward this end. Progress is being made, but there is so very far to go.

The most adoptable, adorable cats in the universe!

Our cats and kittens live in foster homes, so we know them purrfectly well including their purrsonalities and preferences. We can tell you who’s a cuddler, who’s a player and who’s a lover. We know who wants to be an only cat and who wants to be part of a herd. If we don’t think the cat you’ve chosen is perfect for you or for your home, we’ll tell you. We want every cat to be a happy cat in a happy home.

Interested in one of our cats up for adoption? Please come and see us on Saturdays at the PetsMart located at 531 N. Stephanie in Henderson. (Stephanie & Warm Springs)


Please check out our friends over at Adopt A Shelter! It's easy and it's free. Anytime you shop at any of over 400 retailers, you can choose an adoption agency and that group will get a percentage donated to them. And the best part, is it doesn't cost you a penny extra!! If you are interested, please click Adopt A Shelter to visit their home page.


Another way to help is by donating your vehicle:
Wondering what to do with your used car or truck? Donating your old vehicle to Paws 4 Love, is convenient, easy, and may qualify you for a tax deduction. And best of all, your donation of a used car or truck will make a big difference in offsetting the expenses associated with helping our cats and kittens.

Why not donate your vehicle today?  All you need to do is to complete our simple online donation form  or call 1-866-628-2277 and we’ll take care of the rest. We will pick up your vehicle, arrange to have your donation towed, and provide you with a tax-deductible receipt, all at no charge to you.


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<p><strong><span style=Do you have a little time for love and affection? We have the reward for you.

Volunteers needed to help in the adoption center for one day or more per week.

Mornings: for about 20 minutes between 8 and 10 AM, make sure the cats have food, water and clean litter boxes.

Evenings: no earlier than 4 PM and no later than 6 PM, we need your help for about 90 minutes. The cats and kittens need their cages cleaned, make sure they have food and water and change litter boxes. Sweep the floor, check that the windows are clean and empty the trash.

Your reward? Along with the warm fuzzies that come with doing something selfless for our furry friends and the community, please stay as long as you like to hug and kiss cats, brush them, play with them and generally give them attention. They will return the favor.

Our cats and kittens live in foster homes. The cats are examined by a vet, have their vaccinations and we provide food and litter. The cats will be shown on Saturday. You just add a roof over their head and love. There is a high probability you will fall in love, and we hope you do. Fall in love over and over again with the foster cats you care for until they are adopted into their forever home. Know the satisfaction of helping the lost become found. Embrace the joy of knowing that you did something good. The do it again. Ask any of out volunteers for information and ask them about their story and the story of the cats they have helped.





10. Older cats are calmer.

9. Their personalities are well developed and a good match is easier to make.

8. There is no question about how big they will grow to be.

7. They are less likely to get into mischief around the house.

6. They need less attention than young kittens, but can still be quite playful.

5. They still develop very strong bonds with their new family.

4. Many older cats do not mind if they are left alone while you are at work.

3. Cats often live for 15 or even 20 years, so an 8 year old cat is only middle aged and has many years of affection to give.

2. The wonderful and loving cats deserve a second chance.