Time is Running Out for Matching Donations!


Local Businessman and Animal Lover, Charlie Utterback has offered to donate up to $100,000 in matching funds to North Beach PAWS to assist with costs for needed building repairs, deferred Improvements and general expenses.  Thanks to our generous supporters we are about a third of the way to our goal!  Keep those donations coming!

Mr. Utterback has committed to match all donations from the public up to the end of June of this year.


North Beach PAWS needs this money badly as we have recently had to cancel our weekly Garage Sale due to the Corona-virus outbreak.  This event generates about $1,000 per week or $4,000 per month.


What a wonderful opportunity we now have to keep the Shelter financially solvent. Please look into your heart and donate what you can.  North Beach PAWS is a 100% Volunteer, No-Kill  Animal Shelter, so all of your donations are spent on the needs of our dogs and cats. North Beach PAWS is a Non-Profit Corporation registered with the State of Washington. As a 501©3 Corporation all donations are tax deductible.   Thank You For Your Generosity.   

How to Donate:

1. Click here to make a secure electronic donation

2. Or checks may be mailed to:                                   


PO Box 962

Ocean Shores, WA 98569​

Goal Progress

Saturday Garage Sale 

New Items Every Week!!

Garage Sale every Saturday from 10-4

Cat and Dog Shelters open during the garage sale, this is the best time to view the available cats and dogs.

More Information on Garage Sale...

Meet Barney.  He recently arrived at North Beach PAWS from a colony in Aberdeen that neighbors had been feeding.  Barney had been born with a condition called “entropion”, where the eyelashes are rolled inward so that they are always rubbing against the eye.  Imagine having a bunch of hairs in your eyes 24/7!  The poor guy had been relying on his hearing and sense of smell to get through the world.  He was obviously in a lot of pain and the few times he would slightly open his eyes, they were a bloody red.  Dr. Steele looked him over and felt that the damage was not to the point where he would lose his eyes yet and surgery on his eyelids would have a good chance of correcting the issue.  The first picture shows him the day after surgery, already starting to open his eyes!  The second picture shows him after a week, much more comfortable with having his eyes open.  We are so glad we could relieve him of this suffering.

 We used the shelter’s specialty care fund to pay for Barney’s surgery.  In order to replenish the fund so we can take care of the next cat or dog needing specialty care, please consider making a donation to NB PAWS. We are targeting $750, which will be doubled if donated before the end of June by our matching funds opportunity!  

How to Donate: 

1. Click here to make a secure electronic donation, in the Comments line write "Barney"

2. Or checks may be mailed to:                                   


PO Box 962

Ocean Shores, WA 98569​  In the memo line write "For Barney"

Electronic Donation Tips

A few people have said they can't get the donation form to work while others are having no issues.

  • Be sure to fill out all required fields.

  • Manually type in your credit card number.

  • If you get an error message, try a different browser or device

  • Make sure your browser is updated, Chrome is the recommended choice

  • Clear your browser cache and cookies

  • Check to see if you are using a current operating system such as Windows 10

  • If using Windows check to see that security updates are current

  • We don't have volunteer computer techs, if none of the tips work please mail a check to NB PAWS, PO Box 962, Ocean Shores WA 98596

Thanks to these Businesses for Supporting PAWS

Thanks to Dr.Elsey's Cat Litter for their ongoing donation of scoopable cat litter.

See more on their website at  https://www.drelseys.com/

Thanks to Max and Neo for donating collars and leashes periodically, see their great products and read their story at https://www.maxandneo.com/