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The Federation is a collective voice dedicated to humane treatment of animals in Washington State through legislation, training, programs and support services.
The Federation envisions a future where our leadership, advocacy and training builds a strong collaborative network of animal welfare organizations within Washington State; promotes humane practices and laws for all animals; and decreases the number of unwanted, lost and neglected companion animals.
On Friday, May 31, The Federation will present a workshop specifically tailored to animal welfare professionals, “GRACE UNDER FIRE: Effective Strategies to Calm Angry and Aggressive Individuals” at The 2100 Building in Seattle. This full-day training will give you the tools to deal with those heated situations that we encounter all too often in our field, whether that’s behind the desk of a busy animal welfare facility, out in the community as an animal control officer, or fielding inquiries as a rescue group volunteer. Download this flyer for more information or click here to register.
SAVE THE DATE: Petfinder and PetCo Foundation's "Adoption Options" coming to Spokane on June 25 and Bellingham on June 27, 2013. Adoption Options will have you thinking about behavior, placement and promotion of the animals in your care in a whole new light, featuring nationally known speakers who will discuss some of the newest and most innovative ideas in animal adoptions. Click to view the exact schedule for Spokane or Bellingham.
The Federation is still accepting members for 2013! Registration is easy, and you can pay your dues, update your profile information, and much more ONLINE. Click here to get started. Need more information first? Visit our membership page.
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Looking for feral cat resources? Check out this new tool from The Humane Society of The United States listing feral cat resources by state.