Saving Joan and Flo from the Middle East
Saving Joan and Flo is a race against time. The two kittens were found in the Middle East by U.S. Army Sergeant Leona; starving, scared, and in dire need of someone to help, and the caring soldier couldn't ignore their suffering.
She stepped up to feed the kittens - forming a strong bond, but sadly Joan and Flo are not safe. Stray animals around the army base are routinely taken to be euthanized, and SGT Leona is desperate to get the pair who stole her heart, to safety.
Paws of War is working to get Joan and Flo out of harm's way and to America where they can be reunited with their heroic soldier, and we need your help.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Kind donations will help us reunite these deserving cats with their brave soldier and give them a happy future together. You can help directly through this page, or alternatively,
Please click here to use PayPal
Checks can also be mailed to:
Paws of War
Help Save Joan and Flo
127 Smithtown Blvd. Nesconset, NY 11767
Our heartfelt thanks go out to everyone who believes in our work. Your compassionate support makes the rescues and happy endings possible, and together we are making a difference by giving animals the lives they deserve as we give back to the brave people who serve our country.
Paws of War's War-Torn Pups & Cats program focuses on reuniting military personnel with the animals they rescue and bond with as they serve overseas. All the pets are rescued at no cost to the military heroes. The program is funded by donations by the community, which helps to cover the costs of getting the pets transported, veterinary care, etc. To learn more about the War Torn Pups & Cats program, visit https://pawsofwar.org/war-torn-pups.