A Persistent Cooper’s Hawk Visits the PAWS Campus

You may be familiar with our all-star Naturalist Kevin Mack, who is responsible not only for the amazing photos of wildlife he provides us with, but also for making sure that the wild patients in our care return to a wild, natural life. Below is a tale by Mack illustating one of the unexpected challenges we are sometimes […]

PAWSwalk is almost here!

PAWSwalk is almost here! If you are registered for PAWSwalk, this new video will help you in your fundraising efforts. If you’re having a hard time getting your friends and family excited about the event, share this video with them to remind them how important their participation is. Because PAWSwalk is free to attend, we […]

Priceless Companions

Our fee-waived adoption promotion for senior cats is a huge success! We’ve found homes for many of our lovable and mature kitties, but there are still plenty more to go around. If you adopt a senior cat seven years or older in August, their adoption fee is waived! PAWS staff celebrated this past week as […]

Threatened Western Gray Squirrels Returned to the Wild

On August 3 the PAWS blog featured the story of four orphaned Western Gray Squirrels that were brought to the PAWS Wildlife Center for care.  Listed as a threatened species, Western Gray Squirrels are very rare, existing in just a few isolated pockets of habitat within Washington State.  The four babies that we received were starving, […]