People for Animal Welfare (P.A.W.S.) was founded in 2000 by students at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine to help unwanted animals on St. Kitts.
S.A.F.E. St. Kitts (Saving Animals From Emergency in St. Kitts) is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of animals on the island of St. Kitts. We work diligently to make sure no animal is left in a dangerous situation or in pain, and to place them in loving forever homes. Being a non-profit animal rescue, we work solely off of donations and fundraising events.
B.A.R.C.’s mission is to build a self-supporting animal rescue centre for dogs and cats. We will, through good health-care and rehabilitation, prepare them to thrive in home environments. We strive to build harmonious relations within the local community, and a place where citizens visit when they are ready to welcome pets into their homes.
One of the most successful foster networks created on St. Kitts, St. Kitts Animal Mission has a network of foster carers on standby waiting to help! With their additional "FLIGHT PROGRAM" up to 15 dogs a month have been sent to forever homes coordinated in the US and Canada! Need their help or want to help fly a fur-baby to it's new home?
Run by Ross Vet Students, please be patient when contacting as they may be in class studying to be vets when you call.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
An education program where proceeds from the purchases of their collar tags tags supports animals in need. The sale of just 2 tags buys one month of parasite protection for the neglected and homeless dogs and cats in needy communities. Specifically, they administer tick/flea collars and heartworm prevention.