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Happy Paws Farm is such an amazing organization! This organization is a no-kill shelter that really believes that every dog, no matter how abused/ traumatized/ or neglected they may be, deserves to have a happy life. Having the chance to walk/cuddle/spend time with the sweetest dogs I've ever met and getting to know the (all unpaid) staff members who are so dedicated to finding these pups the best forever homes was such an inspiring experience for me! The previous reviewer alluded to the fact that there are cats running free on the property. There are a number of feral cats on the property who the shelter staff feed and take to the vet to spay/neuter/ receive medical care. HPF also helps low-income families by sharing any donated dog food they can spare. If you have a chance to help out at this shelter and show the dogs all the love they deserve, you will not soon forget it. If I hadn't moved to South King County I would still be volunteering at Happy Paws on a regular basis.
I volunteer for painting and help with other projects,drove from S Everett 30 mile one way,waited
for 20 min,nobody showed up,or call
This place is not a shelter,it is an un organized
mess,cats everywhere running free,a forgotten place
Tried to call Lina n/a no vm