PAWS Magazine

Issue 36, Winter 1998

PAWS Notices

It’s Raining Cats and Dogs

Buy a tile and help renovate the shelter through the PAWS Tile Project. Tiles are customized with your companion animal’s name and are available in either a dog, cat, or paw design. Call today for a brochure to see these colorful tiles. (425) 787-2500 ext. 807

PAWS Greenwood Adoption Center is the Cat’s Meow

The Greenwood Adoption Center continues to successfully adopt out cats and kittens to permanent, loving homes. Since opening in mid-August, we have placed 363 cats and kittens. We have also expanded our retail items to include starter kits (litterbox, scooper, dishes), toys, grooming aids, and more. The store carries gifts for animal lovers such as cards, sweatshirts, and books. We are located at 8503 Greenwood Ave. N., tel: 206-782-1700, and open weekdays from noon-6PM, weekends 11AM-5PM.

Peachy Deal!

PAWS thanks PEACHTREE SOFTWARE for the generous accounting software donation. Our work will be easier with this software, we are grateful for their support.

International Wildlife Film Festival Benefits PAWS Wildlife Center
Thursday April 30th, 1998
7:00 pm at The Mountaineers
300 3rd Ave. W, Seattle

The International Wildlife Film Festival, held annually in Missoula, MT, is a juried competition that attracts some of the best filmmakers in the world. Now this festival is bringing five award winning wildlife films to Seattle.

Tickets: $5 for members of PAWS, Audubon, and The Mountaineers; $6 for general public. Proceeds to benefit PAWS’ wildlife programs and the Endangered Species Act Coalition. For tickets call The Mountaineers at (206) 284-8484 or visit The Mountaineers Bookstore at 300 3rd Ave. W, Seattle.

For movie information: Visit the International Wildlife Film Festival website at http://www.wildlifefilms.org or call the Mountaineers.

PAWS Wildlife Center Hosting NWRA Conference

The PAWS Wildlife Center will host about 500 wildlife rehabilitators, veterinarians, zookeepers, and wildlife biologists from all over the US, Canada, and abroad for the sixteenth annual Symposium of the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA) in March. The Symposium ‘98, titled "Turning the Tide for Wildlife," is the first NWRA conference ever to be held in the Northwest. For more information about participating in this conference call PAWS Wildlife Center at ext. 817.

Partnership PAYS

A HUGE THANKS to Wendy Coleman whose home sale helped PAWS. Wendy’s realtor gave a share of her commission to Wendy’s favorite charity through PAWS’ Community Partnership with Coldwell Banker Bain. The check for $3150 will go a long way toward helping the animals.



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