Whether it's a canine buddy or feline friend, PAWS can help you and your family meet the perfect companion.
Take a look at the many wonderful animals for adoption at PAWS. Then come on in and we'll help you find your perfect match.
Last week's Wings of Rescue airlift saw around 100 cats, dogs, kittens and puppies make the journey from California to PAWS in search of their Home for the Holidays.
An annual event, this year's airlift was a record breaker - with 25 planes transporting more than 1,000 dogs and cats from shelters in California to new lives in the Pacific Northwest and Midwest.
All the animals who arrived at PAWS on November 20 are currently being showered with love from our foster families, staff and volunteers until their perfect forever family walks through our door.
If you're looking for a fur baby to complete your family, check out our Available Pets page today! And look for mentions of our Home for the Holidays adoption special too, with fees waived for some of the cuties searching for their happy ending this holiday season.
If you weren't able to join us for our launch party at Mud Bay's Greenwood store on November 7, we have good news - our 2016 calendar is now available to purchase online!
Featuring captivating images by Alyssa Rose Photography (including Moli and Loki pictured above), our unique wall calendar makes a great holiday gift for animal lovers of all ages. It also helps raise much-needed funds for PAWS, with all proceeds going directly towards saving the lives of homeless, injured and orphaned animals.
PAWS calendar is made possible by the generosity of our supporters, whose animals are featured in its pages.
More than 70 birds continue their recovery at PAWS Wildlife Center after being rescued from an oil spill in White Center on Saturday, November 7.
The spill resulted in 50-100 gallons of cooking oil entering a retention pond via the county storm water drainage system. The Washington Department of Ecology was quick to respond to the spill, with Focus Wildlife International overseeing the rescue and recovery of the oiled birds.
In partnership with Focus Wildlife, who are treating and rehabilitating the oiled birds, PAWS Wildlife Center is providing the facility and additional staff and volunteers needed. As of November 16, 73 birds have been rescued from the spill location and brought to PAWS.
Every day, PAWS serves as a place of refuge for homeless, hungry and neglected animals who have nowhere else to turn.
From mother cats with newborn kittens to senior dogs and orphaned Harbor Seal pups, PAWS is here to give them comfort and care when they need it most.
We're here only because of caring individuals like you.
Monthly gifts from supporters just like you play a vital role in helping provide nourishing food, comforting shelter, and life-saving medical care whenever it is needed—365 days a year.