RASKC commends the Auburn Valley Humane Society (AVHS), an independent non-profit community education and adoption center where lives are changed… four paws at a time. AVHS serves not only Auburn residents, it helps foster a regional network of communication and collaboration among neighboring shelters, rescue groups, and shelter homes. With nearly 50 employees and over […]

RASKC commends Pasado’s Safe Haven, an organization of about 40 employees based in Sultan, Washington. This organization aims to “inspire humans to reimagine their relationships with all animals and their work ranges from helping individual animals recover from abuse at our sanctuary, to improving the way larger societal systems treat animals through investigations, education, training […]

RASKC commends Doney Coe Pet Clinic, a mostly all-volunteer organization who has been providing veterinary care to companion animals of Seattle’s houseless and low-income residents since 1986. Doney Coe offers clinics on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month. Services include vaccinations, wellness checks, ear/eye/skin treatments, flea and intestinal parasite treatment, wound care, medication […]

RASKC commends South County Cats, an all-volunteer award-winning organization, that has facilitated over 18,000 spay/neuter surgeries since 2006. South County Cats (SCC) is bursting with joy for achieving its longtime goal of opening a low-cost spay/neuter clinic in south King County.  SCC also provides trap-neuter-return (TNR) services, fostering opportunities, and adoptions in south King County […]

RASKC commends Seattle Meowtropolitan, a cat café and foundation in Seattle, that has entered its sixth remarkable year of operations- despite all of the COVID restrictions. Meowtropolitan provides interactive experiences for cats and people, adoption opportunities, and a super fun gift shop- in person and online. Additionally Meowtropolitan offers in-person all-levels “yoga time with cats,” […]

We have come up with a few “outside the box” volunteer opportunities for our community. This has resulted in some creative outlets to spruce up our environment. Kye recently dropped off a bucket full of painted rocks. RASKC staff had a blast using them to decorate our upgraded pet food bank, and they have brightened the space up as you’re approaching our front doors. See video below, images and Q&A with the artist: Kye!

Thank you Kye for thinking of RASKC and sharing your hobby with us

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We love to get Happy Tails from our adoptive families! Here’s one from Michael: I wanted to share an update of Pika, the dog I found (rescued) and subsequently adopted from RASKC (Kent). She was found at Kent Station alone and wandering. I gained her trust and sat with her for three hours waiting for […]

Crossposted from our partners at Best Friends Animal Society, author Michelle Sathe From being rescued from an animal trap in Eagle River, Alaska, to lounging in laps at the luxurious NEKO Cat Café in Seattle, Quigley has had quite the journey. It all started last July with an email plea to Mojo’s Hope from Anchorage Animal Care and Control, […]

We are thrilled to announce that Django was adopted on August 31, just before closing, to a lovely couple who was thrilled to have her! Django was the last of five dogs who had been identified this summer as being part of the Honorary Class of 2018 in our Rover Scholarship Program. “Honorary” because they […]

Seeing our recently-adopted pets in their new homes fills us with joy. We also enjoy sharing those “Happy Tails” with all of our followers… so here are a couple of updates! Lady This Happy Tail comes from Brook. I adopted a mini dachshund named Lady from your Petco location in Kirkland. She joins a golden/lab […]