UPDATE:  PAWS Looking for New Parents for 60 Dogs!

UPDATE: PAWS Looking for New Parents for 60 Dogs!

What GREAT NEWS!!!!!!!  Of the 60 dogs that PAWS took in (story link),  MANY were adopted!

It was one of their busiest weekends ever.  See the email note below.

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Shellie,
 
Your listeners heard our call and responded with open arms this weekend! We’re overjoyed by our neighbors in the Greater Seattle area who showed up at PAWS in Lynnwood – and at PAWS Cat City in downtown Seattle – this weekend to look for their new forever friend!
 
The kennels in both companion animal locations that were FULL on Thursday, are a lot quieter today.  Over the weekend, PAWS bid adieu to a total of 48 wagging/purring tails off to their new lives and fresh starts. The details are this:
 
21 Dogs adopted
27 cats and kittens adopted
 
Of the dogs:
16 of those were the new dogs who arrived last week!
Thank you Shellie for all of your help in getting the word out, we love WARM 106.9 and your amazing listeners!
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This is such GREAT NEWS!  While closed today (giving all the volunteers and staff a rest:), there are still some future pets waiting for you at PAWS (and some PERFECT companions for apartment living.

Please join us for PAWS walk  on Sept. 6th!  So they can continue to do the great work that they do:) Sign up (HERE).  You are the best!!!!  Thanks to all. – Shellie Hart

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About Shellie Hart

Your workday host is a longtime Seattle Radio Midday Air-Personality. Shellie grew up in Burien and now lives in West Seattle. She’s the on-court Entertainment Emcee for our 2X WNBA Championship Team SEATTLE STORM. Shellie is also committed to Children’s Hospital with weekly participation in their CHILD LIFE Program, dedicating over a 100 hours of volunteer time annually. People ask all the time, “What’s your favorite part of the job?”, and my response is YOU! Sure I get to meet all kinds of famous people, but it’s engaging with the people and their Northwest families that makes me happy”