PAWS Magazine

Issue 63, Spring 2006

A Few Special Thank Yous To Our Friends

Helping Hands Veterinary Clinic in Lynnwood for doing a special dental surgery for Grayson, a homeless cat in PAWS' care.

Target on Everett Mall Way for generous donations of food, toys and other pet supplies.

Puppy Amour for inviting PAWS to their first Posh Pooch Runway Show at the Westin Hotel on December 3. We're looking forward to the next fashion show this spring!

The Roosevelt, Queen Anne and Lynnwood Trader Joe's for donating delicious treats, and World Wrapps in Alderwood Mall for giving us a discount on wraps for PAWS' volunteer and staff appreciation party.

Studio 7 and Christina Lund for hosting a benefit concert for PAWS on December 13, and to the following bands for donating their performances to the event: Neutralboy, Ellen Says No, Amourus, Lost, Duwamish Heads, Tone Blind and Aemaeth.

The University of Washington students, staff and alumni for freshening the PAWS' shelter administration areas with paint on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Safeway for their ongoing support, especially the donations of dog leashes and cat carriers that help each newly adopted animal get home safely.

The wonderful volunteers for working extra shifts and long hours to care for the more than 70 Western Grebes that came to PAWS in January.

The Alderwood Water and Wastewater District for coming to our rescue when we needed more water and pressure for the grebes' care.

And Alpine View Vet Clinic in Monroe for donating pet dryers to help care for the grebes.

Darin Schnee from Always Testing, for testing PAWS' backflow preventers.

Seattle Works TeamWorks for helping with several facility improvement projects.

And for a slew of donated goods and services that helped with winter construction projects on the PAWS campus … Rinker Materials, for donating 300 bags of cement and 30 yards of bunker mix for making concrete; Washington Trucking for delivering the cement for free; City Wide Fencing for providing a forklift and driver to unload the cement.

Ould Triangle Irish Pub for hosting another terrific Pub Night on January 14, not to mention Klondike 5 and Bryan Kostors for the music at the benefit; and Pacific Rim Brewery, Pyramid Ale House and Wild at Heart for their donations.

Borders for hosting a benefit event at all eight Puget Sound Borders locations the weekend of March 17-19. Jim Edgar, local author of Bad Cat: 244 Not-So-Pretty Kitties and Cats Gone Bad fame, was on hand at five of the eight stores to sign copies of his book and entertain cat lovers with stories and antics of feline adventures.

We appreciate you!

 

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