Get Ready for a Wild Night Celebrating Animals

Home Page Article Image PWN

Dazzling décor, silent and live auctions, delicious animal-friendly food, and outstanding wine combine in an unforgettable evening of friend-raising and fundraising for the animals.

PAWS Wild Night is our flagship fundraising event!

Online ticket sales are now closed. Contact or call 425.787.2500 ext. 870 with questions.

Join us for this years after party event, open to everyone!

Catio Tour Seattle Registration Now Open!

HostApplications HParticle 010417

Organized in partnership with Catio Spaces and The Humane Society of the United States, Catio Tour Seattle returns on Saturday, June 24, 2017 to showcase the best catios in the Seattle area!

Join us to learn the benefits of feline safety and enrichment (and keeping birds and wildlife safe, too!).

Register now!

We Need Wildlife Volunteers!

Home Page Article Image WLvolunteer

Springtime will bring lots of animals to the PAWS Wildlife Center, particularly babies. We are in great need of volunteer help during this time.

This is a unique opportunity to learn about the wildlife that surrounds us and how we care for them during rehabilitation. We do ask for a six month commitment, and that all volunteers commit to a regular, weekly schedule. Our busiest time runs from April 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: Black Bear

Home Page Article Image blackbear

This male American Black Bear is one of our winter-over patients and arrived at our wildlife hospital on December 12.  

He is an orphaned cub who was found in an apple orchard in eastern Washington too young to be on his own. He will be in our care until his release later in the spring.  

Read more about our wildlife patient of the week.

1% for the Planet Doing Good for Animals

1percent 225

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.