Call for Teens to Help Animals

The start of another school year is rapidly sneaking up on us, and with it comes the release of more wildlife patients, a myriad of happy endings for adoptable cats and dogs, and the return of the PAWS education team to classrooms throughout the community. PAWS volunteers are also just as busy as ever helping staff care for all the animals who need our help. A new Teens Helping Animals workshop is enabling young people to get involved too.

Catio Tour Seattle: The Open House of the Year

By Kate Marcussen, Community Outreach Educator Summer is almost upon us. We’re eagerly awaiting the warm sun beaming down on our skin, the breeze blowing through our hair, and the smells of summer. You know who else is eagerly awaiting this? Your cat. Our feline friends appreciate the great outdoors almost as much as we […]

Make your Yard a Wildlife Haven

With spring upon us, now’s the perfect time to breathe new life into your backyard. Whether you’re attacking the ever-emerging weeds, trimming back your shrubs, manicuring that lawn, or going for a top-to-toe landscaping makeover, there’s lots to be done. Here are some top tips for creating an outdoor space that’s as much fun for humans as it is for wild animals.

Get Birding with the Backyard Bird Count!

The month of February brings the 18th annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC). From February 13th to 16th The National Audubon Society and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology are asking citizen scientists like you to help them count birds. Let’s all get outside this weekend, count birds and be citizen scientists!

PAWS Near You

By Amy Webster, Community Education Coordinator PAWS is always so thrilled to join community functions large and small. Did you know, we were built from the need our founders noticed in the community? Since 1967, PAWS in the community has been a focus of our organization and this year has been a particularly exciting one. […]