Found an animal?
Call (360) 886-8917
See below for hours and location.
SSCC Baby Raccoon Nursery
We need your help!
The number of wild animals we receive each year continues to grow, and we're expecting at least 100 raccoons, many of them babies, to come through our door in 2016. We're building a new raccoon nursery and need to have it operational by July 15, but we can't do it without you. Please partner with us and contribute what you can to our Go Fund Me campaign.
Animals Admitted YTD: 970
Location and Hours
South Sound Critter Care is located on the grounds of
Sawyer Lake Veterinary Hospital at:
28727 216th Ave SE
Kent, WA 98042
Summer Hours (June through mid-September):
8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Regular Hours (mid-September through May):
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm
Thank you to everyone who donated to South Sound Critter Care through the
Seattle Foundation's GiveBIG on May 3rd!
Earlier this year, along with Raindancer Wild Bird Rescue in Olympia, WA, we rehabilitated a Short-eared Owl rescued by Kathy and Craig Wilson of Enumclaw. This short film documents the rescue and rehab along with the release on the property where the owl was found. Total time for the rehab was approximately two months. Enjoy!
Help Wildlife When You Shop at Amazon
By starting your Amazon shopping here at SSCC you can help us earn up to 10% of the total you spend. Your shopping experience will be the same as always. Just click the Shop at Amazon button, below. The animals appreciate it and
so do we!
You May Also Link Your
Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Their Giving Program to Help Wildlife at SSCC
Did you know that each time you shop at Fred Meyer you can help care for the animals at SSCC at no extra cost to you? Click the button below to learn more.
About South Sound Critter Care
We are the only licensed general wildlife center located in King County and are dedicated to the care, rehabilitation, and release of orphaned and injured wildlife.
Here at SSCC, we treat an ever-increasing number of animals with more than 3,000 animals projected for this year. We rehabilitate about 130 wildlife species and also treat some exotic pets and domestic animals that have been released or escaped, such as turtles.
SSCC is a 501(c)(3), tax-deductible, non-profit.