We’re not just about dogs and cats – here’s Tato, our Pet of the Week! This little guinea pig was brought in to the Pet Adoption Center in early March because his previous owner was no longer able to care for him. Tato is a sweet little boy who would like a family to interact […]

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,” […]

Meet Angela! RASKC is enormously pleased to name Angela Hayes as an Outstanding New Volunteer. She volunteers both on our Covington Petco Cat-Care Team and as a foster volunteer.  Angela lives in Enumclaw with her family- daughter Gianna, who is 15 years old (and who is also a RASKC volunteer, pictured here with Angela); son […]

Meet Elsie!  RASKC is super happy to award Exceptional Youth recognition to Elsie Leonard. A sophomore at Monroe High School, Elsie started volunteering on regular shifts on RASKC’s Kirkland Pet-Care Team in March 2015 with her mom. They continued doing so until the pandemic, and we look forward to their returning when it’s safe.  Elsie […]

Here’s a prime pooch looking for a new home – Optimus, our Pet of the Week! This nearly seven-year-old boy was brought in by his previous owner because they were moving and unable to bring him with. Optimus is an American Foxhound mix who tips the scales at about 120 pounds. He will need help […]

We’d like to introduce you to Hilda, our Pet of the Week! She was brought to the Pet Adoption Center by a good Samaritan in late February. This sweet and gentle older lady would enjoy a nice, quiet home to retire in. Hilda is calm and loves being petted, especially on her neck and chin. […]

Sweet, shy Marlee is our Pet of the Week! She was brought in by her previous owner in February because they were moving into a new apartment that did not allow pets. Marlee lived in a home with dogs and cats, and never had issues getting along with them. Her previous owner described her as shy, […]

Meet Gabrielle! RASKC is very honored to name Gabrielle Patterson as Volunteer of the Month. She contributed a total of over 6,500 hours from 2013- 2020, both as a foster volunteer and a Dog Walker. Not only did Gabrielle help a number of challenging dogs and needy kittens, she also provided loving care to two cats with severe skin issues that took quite some time to clear up. Thank you, Gabrielle! 

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Look out world, because here I come – my name is Harriet, and I’m the Pet of the Week! This wonderful dog was brought in by an animal control officer in early February. She is a sweet, happy girl who is filled with affection, full of energy, and loves to play! Harriet does best when […]

Meet Oscar! RASKC is enormously pleased to shine the spotlight on Outstanding New Volunteer Oscar Avila. He serves as a “red” Dog Walker, which means he walks the dogs in our adoption area who are in most need of skillful guidance. In pre-COVID times, Oscar worked a weekly two-hour shift with RASKC dogs. In his mid-20s, bilingual, a rugby player, and a resident of Kent, Oscar has shown tremendous enthusiasm. He has even assisted with a Warm 106.9 “Wet Nose Wednesday” video for the radio station’s website that featured one of our difficult-to-adopt “red” dogs.

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