Help Save Local Wildlife

Volunteer Wildlife July 21 2014

Are you looking for a way to make a difference for animals? Volunteer at PAWS Wildlife Center now.

Summer is our busiest season and we need your help. PAWS volunteers work side by side with staff, providing hands on care for local wildlife. Your work will help save lives and keep wildlife thriving in Washington State.

Full training provided, sign up today.


On Your Marks, Get Set... WALK!

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Registration is well underway for the 23rd Annual PAWSwalk! Show you care about animals and join hundreds of other animal lovers for one of the most fun fundraisers of the year, at King County's Marymoor Park on September 6th.

In addition to being a fun walk in the park, the funds raised at PAWSwalk will help more than 7,000 animals at PAWS over the coming year. Pledges, donations, team registration - it all happens here!

Summer Special For Senior Cats

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We're delighted to report that Adopt-a-Cat month was a huge success for cats in our care! We found happy new homes for 28 adult cats, many of them 10 years or older. As a result, we're extending our 'adoption fee waived' offer through the summer.

There are still many wonderful senior cats looking for their forever families, like Simba here who's been at PAWS Cat City since March. Find out more about the offer and meet your perfect match today.

Harbor Seal Season: Think Before You Act

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At PAWS Wildlife Center we’re busy rehabilitating our first Harbor Seal pup of the season. Do you know what to do if you come across a lone pup on one of Seattle’s beautiful beaches? For their safety and yours, do not touch!

If you believe a seal pup or other marine mammal is clearly in distress or injured, find out how to get the right help here.