• RASKC volunteer role: Cat Meet & Greet since 2018; awarded RASKC Exceptional Youth recognition.
  • Graduating from: Kentridge High School (Kent) and Green River College with an associate degree through the Running Start program.
  • Future plans: To study environmental sciences and to play on the women’s soccer team at Lewis & Clark College in Oregon.
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  • RASKC volunteer role: Early Morning Cat Crew in 2019.  
  • Graduating from: Kentridge High School (Kent) and Green River College with an associate degree through the Running Start program.
  • Future plans:  To study sociology at Seattle Pacific University.
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  • RASKC volunteer roles: Shelter Helper since 2017 and “red” Dog Walker since 2018.
  • Graduating from: Edmonds College with a nursing degree.
  • Future plans: To work as a nurse.
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  • RASKC volunteer role: Fostering kittens, dogs, and bunnies with her family since 2016.
  • Graduating from: Issaquah High School.   
  • Future plans: To study fashion design at the Pratt Institute in New York City.
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  • RASKC volunteer roles: Making cat blankets, working on special projects, and assisting foster volunteer and Camp Fire leader Amy Sylvester.
  • Graduating from: Mount Rainier High School (Des Moines). 
  • Future plans: To attend Pima Medical Institute to become a medical assistant!
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  • RASKC volunteer role: Kirkland Cat-Care Team from 2018- 2019.
  • Graduating from: The Beacon School (New York City).
  • Future plans: To study political science at Scripps College in California.
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  • RASKC volunteer roles:  Shelter Helper, animal transport, and fostering animals with his family  since 2019.
  • Graduating from: Washington Connections Academy (online).
  • Future plans: To become a veterinarian assistant.
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  • RASKC volunteer roles: Cat Meet & Greet volunteer from 2015- present; served also on RASKC’s Covington Cat-Care Team in 2014.
  • Graduating from: Kentridge High School.
  • Future plans: To complete prerequisites at Bellevue College, then transfer to Washington State University to double major in zoology and conservation biology. Goals: to work in wildlife rehabilitation or as a zoologist.
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King County is now in Phase 2 of Gov. Inslee’s “Safe Start” plan, another step forward as we work to carefully and gradually recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Our focus at Regional Animal Services of King County continues to be helping people and pets safely as our region emerges from the public health emergency. Many […]

Summer is nearly here – and our Pet of the Week Coco is ready for some outdoor fun with you! This young German Shepherd/Akita mix is energetic, playful, and loving – so he’s one of our “Rambunctious Red” pets. Coco is a very smart dog who is learning how to “sit.” Though Coco may come […]