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Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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History

Pat Ahumada, Edgar Treviño and Casey VanAtten with the help of a group of dedicated volunteers, have embarked on a campaign to raise awareness of pet-related issues in Brownsville. The over population of pets in the City of Brownsville and surrounding areas is a major concern. This explosion of un-cared for animals poses unnecessary health risks and expense for Brownsville Citizens and inhumane conditions for these unfortunate homeless pets.

Today, with a newly empowered Board of Directors, our Mission is unchanged, and indeed more timely than ever.

Brownsville PAWS™ has a mission to educate, empower and help resolve the issues related to unwanted pets, pet over-population and to raise the number of spayed / neutered and vaccinated pets in Brownsville. As a completely volunteer group, Brownsville PAWS™ endeavors to keep costs low and direct funds to results-generating programs. Together, we can make a huge difference!

Mission.

Brownsville PAWS™ has a mission to educate, empower and help resolve the issues related to unwanted pets, pet over-population and to raise the number of spayed / neutered and vaccinated pets in Brownsville.