PAWS of Coronado was founded in 2003 by Louise Shirey and a group of dedicated volunteers as a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax exempt animal welfare organization.
Provide adoption services to the animals in the Coronado Animal Care Facility.
Provide educational services to the community regarding animal welfare, care and adoption.
Encourage and facilitate the spaying and neutering of all family pets.
PAWS’ vision is a world where every lost, stray and abandoned animal is able to find its forever home.
PAWS’ belief is while saving the life of one animal may not change the world, for that one animal saved, its world will change forever.
Complete an Application
Applications are available at the Coronado Animal Control Facility. You may also fill out an application on line and submit it to PAWS of Coronado.
Cat and dog adoption counselors will review your application and will help to decide if the animal you are interested in is a good match for your lifestyle and will direct you to any other pets that may be appropriate.
For cat adoptions an application and interview are all that is required.
For dog adoptions an application, interview and home visit are required.
Please note that if you do not find a new animal companion, your application will be kept on file for three months.
Upon approval by an adoption counselor, a Transfer Agreement must be completed before you can take your new family member home.
An adoption fee must be paid by check or in cash as follows:
$50 for a cat
$25 for a 2nd cat
day hours Monday 9 am - 4pm Tuesday 9 am - 4pm Wednesday 9 am - 4pm Thursday 9 am - 4pm Friday 9 am - 4pm Saturday 9 am - 4pm Sunday 9 am - 4pm