Meet Jennie! RASKC is extremely pleased to honor Jennie who performs outstanding work in several roles at RASKC. Many people have noted on Jennie’s tremendous proficiency, very pleasant demeanor, and exceptional attendance. She has been working a weekly shift on our Cat Meet and Greet Team since 2015. She has been walking dogs at RASKC since […]

Is that a landshark? No, it’s our Pet of the Week Lila Rose! This beautiful girl can be an affectionate love bug – she just needs some time to warm up to you and get used to her new surroundings. Once she gets used to you, she can talk up a storm! Lila Rose has […]

Fall head over heels for Eggsy, our Pet of the Week! This sweet and loving senior boy would love to cuddle up with you at home in his golden years. Eggsy also loves petting and will knead you in contentment. Eggsy is a gentle and affectionate boy who likes to take things slow. As one […]

Gentle giant Mark is our Pet of the Week! This five-year-old Siberian Husky loves to be around people. His personality color is “Bashful Blue,” meaning he can be a little shy at first. But, once he gets comfortable, Mark is a very happy and easy-going boy. Mark has been in a foster home for a […]

We have another exciting story to share from our new WAGS program. Last month, volunteer Tessa H. got a chance to take Django out and they had a blast! From Tessa: Django and I took a trip to Lake Sawyer on Monday, July 23. Django rode nicely in the crate in the back of my car. She was […]

A special thanks to volunteer Sharon K. for taking Patron out for a WAGS adventure at Seward Park. Sharon and Patron had a great time together! From Sharon: “This Saturday I took Patron for a 2.5 hour outing to Seward Park, and to my home. In the park we walked on quiet trails, and around […]

She’s fun for a girl or a boy – she’s Slinky, our Pet of the Week! This young black cat is spirited, with a fun-loving personality – so she’s one of our “Rambunctious Red” personalities. Slinky is friendly, and though she’s shy, she can be vocal! Slinky can get a little overstimulated with petting, but […]

Meet Pam! She contributes her leadership, communication skills and problem-solving skills to RASKC is so many ways. Pam works on one of the busiest Meet and Greet shifts each week. Affable and “cool as a cucumber,” Pam provides tremendous customer service and is one of RASKC’s best trainers of new volunteers. Pam also leads shelter tours, facilitates new pet photographs onto RASKC’s website, staffs community events, and she transports animals. Several years ago Pam served as RASKC’s inaugural Lead Volunteer for our Tukwila Cat-Care Team. She set up several systems that continue to be in use today. Pam has also served as Scheduler for the Early Morning Cat Crew. RASKC staff very much appreciate her strategic insights and suggestions on how we can continually improve. Thank you, Pam!

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