PAWSwalk Registration Now Open!

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PAWSwalk & 5K Fun Run
Saturday, August 26 

King County's Marymoor Park
6046 W. Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond, WA 

For 26 years, the Greater Seattle community has gathered at PAWSwalk in support of injured, orphaned and homeless cats, dogs, and wild animals with nowhere else to turn. 

Register at and start fundraising right away—even if you can't make the walk. But if you can join us at PAWSwalk, you're in for a fun day at the park.

Register now!

We Need Wildlife Volunteers!

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The PAWS Wildlife Center is extremely busy and we are in need of volunteer help! Wildlife volunteers assist with the daily care of animals at the center, by preparing diets, feeding baby mammals, and setting up and cleaning animal enclosures.

 This is a unique opportunity to learn about the wildlife that surrounds us and how we care for them during rehabilitation. We ask for a six month commitment, and that all volunteers commit to a regular, weekly schedule. Our busiest time runs through September, so now is the perfect time to get started!

Interested in learning more? Find out additional information and apply today!

Patient of the Week: Band-tailed Pigeon

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This Band-tailed Pigeon was recently released back to the wild after 27 days in care. She was found with a fractured left clavicle and coracoid.

Read more about our wildlife patient of the week.

1% for the Planet Doing Good for Animals

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We are proud to be a 1% for the Planet partner.

1% for the Planet is a global network of businesses who donate one percent of their sales to nonprofits like us in support of environment-related causes.

Learn about other ways organizations give back - from offering matching gift programs to employee giving.