PAWS volunteer in national contest for Shelter Volunteer of the Year

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Chuck Springer with a PAWS shelter kitty
Photo courtesy PAWS

Washington’s very own Chuck Springer is receiving some national attention this week thanks to his commitment to the welfare of cats in need.

Mr. Springer, a longtime volunteer at PAWS in Lynnwood, has been selected by Purina Cat Chow as a nominee for Shelter Volunteer of the Year.

He is currently being profiled on Cat Chow’s national website, and is Washington’s only representative.

PAWS is asking everyone who supports the commitment that Mr. Springer shows to cats in need to vote for him now, and until March 15th.

A vote for Chuck is a vote for PAWS
Photo courtesy PAWS

The winner will receive a $25,000 shelter cat room make-over, and four runner-ups win $5,000 for their animal cause. There is no sign up required, you can vote every day for Chuck.

With only one shelter in every state chosen, we're really thrilled for Chuck — who has dedicated at least 2,300 hours to caring for cats at PAWS, and been the key in turning formerly homeless cats into loved pets for countless families in Western Washington.

PAWS provides shelter services for both Shoreline and Lake Forest Park.


Anonymous,  February 27, 2015 at 8:57 AM  

Great Pics Chuck.
Only two clicks to vote. Do it, yo.

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