PAWS Wild Night

A Gala Benefit for Animals

PAWS Magazine Issue 79 Wild Night Excited Lady

More than five hundred generous hearts gathered at the Sheraton Hotel in Seattle on April 9 to help PAWS save animals. It was an emotional evening as guests listened to PAWS volunteer Noeleen Stewart share her experiences as a volunteer in the wildlife center. Stewart fought back her tears as she described the experience of caring for a wild animal with her own hands. If there were any dry eyes left, they disappeared as the audience was presented a moving video essay of PAWS' mission.

PAWS Magazine Issue 79 Noeleen Stewart

Local radio personality and emcee Marty Riemer graciously entertained guests for the rest of the evening, while auctioneer Laura Michalek led the crowd through a record-breaking auction. Thanks to the caring and compassion of this year's guests, PAWS raised more than $350,000.

A Heartfelt Thank You to our PAWS Wild Night Sponsors:

Defender
Dunham Cellars
Northwest Auto Salon
Roscoe's Ranch

Protector
B. Sparks Photographer
Bullivant Houser Bailey, PC
Juice Creative
Jeannie and Bruce Nordstrom

Guardian
Advisory Services & Investments
Canine Behavior Center
CityDog Magazine
Kenmore Camera
Lake Union Veterinary Clinic
Seattle Bash
Seattle Weekly

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Thank you to Shane Macomber Photography, for our PAWS Wild Night photographs.

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