About us

     PAWS-itive Partners Humane Society, Inc., (PPHS), was formed in 1998 by a group of animal lovers to promote responsible pet ownership, implement spay/neuter programs in order to control pet overpopulation, promote the adoption of homeless animals and to be supportive of the animals at North Platte Animal Shelter.  PAWS-itive Partners is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation and is comprised of volunteers who wish to better the lives of animals. PAWS-itive Partners has no paid directors and does not pay any administrative or fundraising fees. Money raised by PAWS-itive Partners stays in the Lincoln County area.

 

    PAWS-itive Partners is separate from other humane societies and it is not affiliated with city or county governments.  Although we strongly support the animals at the North Platte Animal Shelter, we are separate from them.  PAWS-itive Partners does not operate a shelter facility.    PAWS-itive Partners relies on member dues, fundraising and donations to operate.  

Board of Directors

 

  • President - Jo Mayber

  • Vice President - Lora Wood

  • Secretary - Amanda Marquette

  • Treasurer - Nancy Deckert

  • Board members:

Dianna Nuffer

Barb Kelsey

Pat Dannatt

Goals

  • Helping spay and neuter cats and dogs in lower income homes.

  • Educate and increase awareness of responsible pet ownership.

  • Advocate the investigation and prosecution of animal abuse.

  • Support the animals staying at the North Platte Animal Shelter.

Meetings

PAWS-itive Partners meet the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m., in the meeting room of the Chamber of Commerce located at 502 S. Dewey St. Anyone is welcome to attend!