PAWS Magazine

Issue 67, Summer 2007

A Few Special Thank Yous To Our Friends

Nancy Dienes, for underwriting PAWS' Challenging Dog classes that help special dogs learn how to be wonderful companions, and for buying a canopy for our outdoor training space, both in loving memory of Cedar.

The students from Mukilteo's Picnic Point Elementary Knitting Club who donated handmade blankets, toys—and even a scarf—to keep cats in foster care warm and cozy.

Lisa Mundahl and Ron Green, for inviting their wedding guests to make gifts to PAWS in lieu of traditional wedding gifts. Congratulations to the happy couple from all your friends at PAWS!

B. Sparks Photography, for again donating time and creativity to capture beautiful images of beloved companion animals for the PAWS 2008 Calendar, to be debuted at PAWSwalk on September 8.

Eagle Scout Adam Thompson who constructed more than 20 special boxes used to release rehabilitated squirrels back into the wild.

Katrina Koleto and Heather Phillips, for hosting a baby shower and collecting supplies to help us care for the baby animals at PAWS this spring and summer.

SonoSite, Inc., for the use of their ultrasound equipment to assist with the medical treatment of various patients in PAWS' wildlife hospital.

Liane Morley and the team at Juice Creative for crafting a video celebration of PAWS' work, unveiled at our Wild Night gala.

Shelter interns Kary Beckner, Yuka Abe, Kazuya Iwata, Kristin Hargrove and Keira Oh, for all their help finding new families for homeless companion animals, and for hours of loving care for the animals.

Elizabeth Burch, for facilitating donations of powder coating and welding from Allied Technical Services in Seattle, and stainless steel hardware from Hi Strength Bolt in Kent—for replacement doors for several wildlife enclosures.

The third grade students at St. Catherine's School in Columbus, Ohio, who raised $280 for PAWS' life-saving work at the school's Arts Night.

Julie Shell, for generously purchasing two mattress and box spring sets to help our hard-working wildlife center interns get a great night's sleep between their long shifts.

The Derivative Airplane Programs team at The Boeing Company, for dedicating the proceeds of their third annual golf tournament to help the animals at PAWS, with a fabulous donation of $1,330.


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