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  • Kraft, an adoptable cat

    Kraft is available for adoption from the Spokane Country Regional Animal Protection Service. Shelter workers say shes a sweet girl. She has only one tooth, so needs to be fed …


  • Feature Creature

    Smokey is available for adoption at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. Shelter workers say he is active, playful and strong, and needs a person willing to train him. …


  • PETA offering $5,000 reward for information on dead kitten

    PETA is offering a $5,000 reward to anyone with information that leads to an arrest and the cruelty-to-animals conviction of the person responsible for killing a kitten.


  • Chance, an adoptable cat

    Chance is available for adoption at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. Shelter workers say he’s a little older but a lot wiser. Please refer to the pet’s ID …


  • Kitten rescued from narrow pipe

    A small kitten is safe and sound after being pulled from a pipe Wednesday by an animal control officer.


  • Feature Creature: Iris

    Iris is a very sweet, timid girl. She is young and needs someone to take her through SCRAPS dog training classes. She would do best in a home with no …


  • SCRAPS officers busy in early July wrangling pets scared by fireworks

    The first days of July are one of the busiest times of year for the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service, largely due to pets being frightened out of their …


  • Rescue cat shot with bow and arrow

    A Spokane rescue cat is recovering after being shot with an arrow last week.


  • Buddy, an adoptable dog

    Buddy is a young dog that needs an active home that will provide an outlet for her energy. She’s available for adoption at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. …


  • Gator Watch Day 3: Second alligator quickly caught; first still unaccounted for

    Who knew Spokane County has a gator problem?


  • Missing Spokane Valley alligator still unaccounted for

    Day two of the search for a missing 3-foot alligator in Spokane Valley has come up empty.


  • Missing alligator on the loose in Spokane Valley

    A 3-foot-alligator is reportedly roaming somewhere in Spokane Valley and animal control officials have no idea where it is.


  • Heidi, an adoptable dog

    Heidi is available for adoption from Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. Shelter workers say she’s a super sweet and social girl. She is obese and would benefit from daily …


  • Harlow, an adoptable dog

    Harlow is available for adoption from the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. Shelter workers say she’s got a nice personality and lots of energy. She is young and will …


  • Skye, an adoptable cat

    Skye is available for adoption at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. Shelter workers say he’s a charmer and enjoys being petted.


  • Mabel, an adoptable cat

    Mabel is available for adoption at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. Shelter workers say she’s a beautiful old lady who lets her presence be known. Mabel is declawed, …


  • Leftover Chinese lantern animals to benefit Spokane nonprofits

    Animals left behind by last fall’s Chinese Lantern Festival in Riverfront Park find new homes, benefit local organizations.


  • Honey, an adoptable dog

    Honey has been overfed and needs an owner who will love her and take care of her health. Shelter workers at the Spokane Regional Animal Protection Service say she is …


  • Alroy, an adoptable cat

    Alroy is available for adoption at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. He’s on a special diet. Shelter workers say he’s a sweetie who needs someone willing to brush, …


  • Dog seized after found with collar embedded in its neck

    A man has been charged with animal cruelty after the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service found his dog with a collar embedded in his neck.


  • Ebony, an adoptable cat

    Ebony is available for adoption at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. Shelter workers say he is a handsome, easy going cat.


  • Spokane County sells gravel pit, former SCRAPS animal shelter

    Spokane County will receive nearly $400,000 in cash and 20,000 tons worth of gravel in a deal to sell a former gravel site to Central Pre-Mix as it moves its …


  • Jerry, an adoptable cat

    Shelter workers say Jerry loves to talk and carry on a conversation with you, and he doesn’t mind being the center of attention.


  • Rescue cats among those at Spokane cat show this weekend

    When the “On Safari 2016” cat show hosted by the Evergreen Cat Fanciers kicks off Friday at the downtown DoubleTree Hotel, there will be some rescue cats showing up on …


  • China, an adoptable cat

    China is available for adoption at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. Shelter workers say she is loving and playful.


  • SCRAPS rescued more than 10,000 animals in 2015

    Last year SCRAPS rescued more than 10,000 animals. In 2016 they’ve already rescued 75.


  • Dog walkers remember woman who fell through ice; dog recovering at SCRAPS

    The Husky mix whose owner fell through the ice at Lincoln Park and died Tuesday is recouperating at SCRAPS while officials try to contact next-of-kin, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.


  • SCRAPS open extended hours for lost pets Sunday

    The Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service has regained power to the facility and will be open Sunday for people who want to drop off found animals or look for …


  • SCRAPS hosts educational event about pit bulls

    Young Django, a pit bull mix, happily sniffed everyone within reach Saturday, his tail wagging as he sought out head rubs and ear scratches.


  • SCRAPS animals head by vanload to Seattle to relieve crowding

    Of the 25 cats loaded into the van Sue Anderson drove last week to Seattle, there was one she wanted to make sure rode shotgun. A very pregnant white mother …


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