PAWSwalk celebrated its 21st anniversary by moving to Marymoor Park in Redmond, and the new location was a huge hit with everyone. With dozens of displays, contests and activities, the day was fi lled with both fun and inspiration—not to mention some amazing fundraising.
This year’s event raised $172,000 for the animals at PAWS! This money will go to help more than 6,000 animals that PAWS will care for this year. From tiny, three-week-old kittens who need round-the-clock care until they are old enough to eat solid foods, to orphaned Black Bear cubs who can’t survive in the wild without their mother and will stay at PAWS until they are old enough to be released. These are the lives you are helping us save.
Please support our sponsors and thank them for helping the animals at PAWS.
Whole Foods Market
KKNW 1150 AM
Canine Behavior Center
VCA Animal Hospitals
Schlemlein Goetz Fick &
Whidbey Island Bank
All The Best Pet Care
Alyssa Rose Photography
Your support at PAWSwalk makes a huge difference for the animals. Here are some examples of what you helped provide:
• Vaccinations for 25 Raccoons – $214
• Food for three Peregrine Falcons for a month – $252
• Antibiotics for 500 songbirds – $500
• Lab work for 20 injured seabirds – $620
• Feline leukemia tests for 100 cats – $750
• Kitten milk replacer to bottle feed 20 litters of kittens – $1,200
• Food for fi ve orphaned Black Bear cubs for six months – $4,000
• Food for four Harbor Seals for three months – $4,156
• A year’s supply of cat litter – $7,300
• Food for all shelter cats and dogs this year – $13,270
• Neuter surgeries for 500 male cats – $17,500
• Spay surgeries for 500 female cats – $25,000
• Neuter surgeries for 500 male dogs – $37,500
• Spay surgeries for 500 female dogs – $62,500
More than 1,400 PAWS supporters and 800 dogs came out in support of the animals at PAWSwalk 2012.