Meet Mona, from PAWS Ohio, and she's looking for her forever home. Could that be your home?

She's being fostered through PAWS Ohio, the Public Animal Welfare Society founded in Cleveland in 1976, a no-kill, non-profit, 501(3)(c) organization considered to be one of Ohio’s most reputable, long-standing cat and dog humane rescue groups.

Mona is a spunky little lady who is a miniature poodle-mix. She's 13 years old and weighs 23 pounds. PAWS says she was surrendered to rescue after her owner lost his job and his home. Even thought she misses him very much, she has settled in at a foster home and gets along well with her foster siblings.

She can't hear very well but she is alert and loves to prance around while waiting for a treat

She likes to ride in the car and goes into her crate willingly and is housebroken. She had some benign lesions removed before coming to PAWS, has been spayed and is up-to-date on her vaccinations.

Could Mona be the one for you? Read Mona's story

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For 40 years, our Northeastern Ohio based mission has been to rescue stray and abused cats and dogs and place them in foster homes with loving, caring owners. We also provide them with medical care which includes spaying and neutering.