• RASKC volunteer role: Kirkland Cat-Care Team since 2014!; awarded RASKC’s Exceptional Youth recognition.
  • Graduating from: Juanita High School (Kirkland).
  • Future plans: To attend Lewis & Clark College in Oregon and to continue with my art work.
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  • RASKC volunteer role: Fostering cats and kittens with his family since 2006.
  • Graduating from: Mount Rainier High School (Des Moines).
  • Future plans: To find a job, save money, then move to South Dakota for a gap year. Then attend college with the goal of becoming a psychologist.
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  • RASKC volunteer roles:  Cat Meet & Greet Team since 2017; fostering animals with his family since 2018; and Early Morning Cat Crew since 2019.
  • Graduating from: High school through home schooling.   
  • Future plans: To continue attending Green River College and to leverage interests in Japanese and programming.
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  • RASKC volunteer role: Fostering animals with her family since September 2019.
  • Graduating from Auburn High School.
  • Future plans: To study zoology in college, because conservation is important to me. Activism in human relations will be talking a role in my future as well. 
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  • RASKC volunteer role: Shelter Helper
  • Graduating from: New Start High School (Burien)
  • Future plans: To assist my mom’s second-grade class, maybe sell my art, and to continue volunteering.
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  • RASKC volunteer roles:  Covington Cat-Care Team since 2017; Early Morning Cat Crew and Shelter Helper in 2018.
  • Graduating from: Tahoma High School (Maple Valley).
  • Future plans: To pursue education in a medical field while serving in the National Guard or Americorps.
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  • RASKC volunteer roles: Tukwila Petco Cat-Care Team since 2018.
  • Graduating from: Auburn Mountainview High School.
  • Future plans: To study fine arts and computer science at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma.
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  • RASKC volunteer role: Fostering kittens with her family since 2011.
  • Graduating from: Eastern Washington University with a Master’s Degree in communication sciences disorders.
  • Future plans: To work as a speech language pathologist.
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  • RASKC volunteer roles: Early Morning Cat Crew (EMCC), Cat Area Stray Team (CAST), and foster volunteer since 2019. Plus she makes lots of cat beds for RASKC. Cynthia also serves as the new scheduler for EMCC and CAST.
  • Graduating from:  Western Governors University- Washington with a Bachelor of Science in accounting.
  • Future plans: To help small businesses and non-profits with their accounting needs.
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  • RASKC volunteer role: Shelter Helper since 2016.
  • Graduating from Renton High School.
  • Future plans: To study media and communications at Seattle University.
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