Paw Protectors Rescue

Paw Protectors Rescue

a non-profit, all-volunteer
animal rescue.

Paw Protectors Rescue of Orange County, CA, prevailed in a lawsuit against Orange County Animal Care and their director Jennifer Hawkins for numerous violations of California Hayden Laws regarding the alarming numbers of animal euthanasia specifically the dogs that were being performed at Orange County Animal Care. A Local newspaper called Orange County Animal Care a deathcamp for decades after Paw Protectors Rescue prevailed in our lawsuit.

The donation you make to Paw Protectors Rescue, is immediately put to use saving lives, and helping animals in need. Donations to our 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization are used to provide food, medical care, and shelter.

Our Mission

Saving Animals, Serving the Community

Paw Protectors Rescue is dedicated to rescuing animals that have been left homeless, abandoned, neglected, abused, the animals that are at most risk in the high kill California municipal public shelters.

Paw Protectors Rescue is also dedicated to Shelter Reform in So. Cal, helping high kill shelters, animal advocates, and rescues in Southern California reform their local municipal taxpayer funded shelters.

Paw Protectors Rescue groundbreaking lawsuit is the game-changer that ushered in Shelter Reform at OC Animal Care.

Paw Protectors Rescue also dedicates our time and resources to help low income families in Orange and LA County become responsible pet parents, we offer free spay and neuter services, pet food, flea medication, and grooming to low income families.

Paw Protectors Rescue supports our community partners and spearhead programs dedicated to helping end pet homelessness, including adoption events and spay/neuter programs to help create a better world for animals

Adopt, Rescue, Advocate, Educate.