R.A.I.N. Rescuing Animals In Need, NPO
Po Box 26252, Federal Way, WA 98093
Rescuing Animals In Need
Our group is made up entirely of volunteers who are dedicated to our area's homeless companion animals. We are in need of foster homes! Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering with us! We do not rescue feral animals or wildlife.
We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome companion animals into from local shelters, as well as animals surrendered for various reasons in the Pacific Northwest Region. Our animals live in foster homes until we can find them appropriate, responsible, loving homes. We carefully screen potential adopters through an application process to ensure a perfect fit for the animal and the home. Contact us for an adoption application!
Please look us up on Petfinder.com for a current list of our adoptable dogs and cats!
R.A.I.N. currently is not a physical animal shelter, but rather a network of foster homes for dogs and cats which are almost always FULL to capacity. In addition, R.A.I.N. operates a small adoption room for cats at The Pet Market at Dash Point, 4618 SW 320th St. Federal Way, WA 98023.
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I love the idea of adoption and have adopted all my animals so what they are trying to do is wonderful, but fostering with this "rescue" was a disaster. I received absolutely NO support or help from them, never got any of my money reimbursed for what I spend on the animal and was left to re-home the fosters on my own. I'm sure when you adopt from them it's fine but I would NEVER work with them again. If you are interested in a real rescue I would look for one that is an actual 501(c)3 registered nonprofit. Don't let this deter you from fostering, animals need us all over the state, just choose you're rescue wisely!
I adopted the most wonderful kitty from the Pet Market in Federal Way where they keep some of their cats in the back. She is the most loving wonderful cat I've ever had and to think she was dumped at a rural shelter to be killed. Thank God for this rescue group who took her in. I can't say enough about how grateful I am for these ladies who work tirelessly to save these precious souls!! I love my girl.