Are you a teen looking for a way to help animals?

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Our Teens Helping Animals workshop is a new offering this fall, designed for youth between the ages of 13 and 17.

Over the course of two Saturdays (September 24 and October 1), learn about some of the issues facing wildlife and companion animals, meet other animal-lovers, and do hands-on projects to help animals at PAWS and in our community.

Get involved with animal welfare and engage with the work that PAWS does!

Learn more and sign up today.

We're celebrating our 25th PAWSwalk!

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Get ready to bark in the park with PAWS tomorrow (August 27) at our 25th PAWSwalk.

Donations from PAWSwalk supporters help fund critical care for injured, orphaned and homeless animals with nowhere else to turn.

We're already more than halfway toward our goal and are looking forward to seeing hundreds of walkers and their dogs at King County's Marymoor Park! Online registration is now closed, but you can still join us at the park for fun dog games and agility, animal-friendly food trucks, adoptable puppy parades and more!

Bookmark PAWSwalk.net for all the event information you need. If you can't join us but want to play your part, you can make a donation online.

Wildlife Patient of the Week: Northern Flying Squirrel

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This week's patient spotlight falls on an orphaned Northern Flying Squirrel.

Patient 16-3416 was found on the ground with an injury on her left leg.

She is currently being cared for in our small mammal nursery until she is old enough and strong enough to return to her natural habitat.

Follow our wildlife Patient of the Week updates here.

Help win new wheels for PAWS!

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You're two clicks away from helping us win a new, PAWS-branded van!

We’re thrilled that Campbell Nissan of Edmonds has included PAWS in their Big Vehicle Giveaway, an online competition where the nonprofit with the most votes will win the use of a Nissan Passenger or Cargo van for two years at no cost! 

Cast your vote for PAWS before August 31 and you could help us win some much-needed new wheels that–among other things–will be used to safely transport rescued cats and dogs in our care.

Vote now then spread the word!

Save wild animals’ lives by sharing your land

Our wildlife hospital and rehabilitation center cares for more than 4,000 orphaned, injured or sick wild animals every year.

Once they have completed their recovery, they are returned to suitable habitat as close to where they were found as possible.

You can help us save these animals' lives. If you have property you would be willing to use as a release site, please join our Shared Spaces Program.

Learn more and fill out our questionnaire here.

PAWS benefits from 1% for the Planet network

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PAWS is proud to announce that we are 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 PAWS in support of environment-related causes.

Business world aside, there are some great ways for individuals to help PAWS too. If you shop through AmazonSmile or have a Fred Meyer Rewards card, you can give back to the animals every time you spend!

Learn about these and other ways to help here.