PAWS can extend free medical assistance, but without a vacancy in the shelter, the animal will need a temporary home where he can recover from his injuries and be cared for until such time that the shelter has a vacancy and he can be taken in.
There is no commitment to permanently adopt. If you have the time, the resources and the space in your home, and more importantly, the compassion in your heart to care for a homeless animal but cannot commit permanently, please consider being a foster parent.
For you, it's just a few weeks. For them, it means the difference between life and death. To learn more about the PAWS Fostering Program, please click on this link -- http://www.paws.org.ph/foster-home-program.html