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Puppy mania continues here at CFP — this trio is (from top): Dr. Finkelstein, Oogie Boogie and Jack!! They are still too young to be adopted,..

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Pet of the Month

Piper

This sweet Lab mix was transported from a high-kill shelter in Alabama to CFP thanks to a huge network of volunteers across the states. She had a litter of six puppies who have all found their fur-ever homes, so we are working to find Piper her people now! She’s a sweet dog — we think […]

Adoption Events

We partner with local breweries, bottle shops and area pet stores for dog-friendly adoption events and socials! Come meet our fosters — and bring your own dog out to help pick you next best friend!

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About Us

Cause for Paws of North Carolina is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to leading the development of sensitivity and responsibility for non-human animals in our communities and neighborhoods. We protect, nurture, and find homes for unwanted or displaced canines and felines.

Donate

Donations made on-line are tax deductible and go directly to the Cause for Paws medical fund. Click to see what emergency needs we currently have.

Donate

Donating to Cause for Paws will directly help local dogs and cats in the Triangle. You can help us with donations of pet supplies for our foster animals or consider making a tax-dedutible donation of gently used items to one of our three thrift stores!

Volunteer

Many stray and abused animals arrive at local shelters every day. Volunteering your time with Cause for Paws will help us pull from very full shelters as well as taking in owner surrendered animals. We place dogs and puppies in private fosters homes where they are loved and kept safe while we find their fur-ever homes.

Foster

Cause for Paws will help you find a new dog or cat from one of North Carolina’s shelters. We also attempt to place owner surrendered or stray animals into CFP foster homes. As a foster, CFP will provide you with supplies and support (plus medical care for your foster animal including monthly heartworm and flea preventative.) As a foster, you work with your dog or pup and help it prepare to meet it’s fur-ever people.

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