by U District for Amy Santiago



Campaign has ended


We know that working out can sometimes be a little ruff - but now you can get your sweat on in support of rescue!

Orangetheory Fitness has 18 locations across Washington state who are all throwing down in a friendly competition to raise lifesaving funds for Motley Zoo Animal Rescue. Each location is committed to the grind - putting in the work towards their goal of raising the most money for the animals! 

You may have seen that Motley Zoo is struggling to find a new location as their Redmond building is now condemned. While this is terribly unfortunate- and they are still trying to find a solution- RESCUE NEVER STOPS.

Motley Zoo will continue 
on as a rockin' rescue charity with or without a facility- and due to this situation, they need our help, now more than ever! 

Check out each of our teams by city - and meet the adorable Motley Zoo Adoptable Roadies each location is working out to support.  You can donate, join a team that exists or create your own team for the location you are raising funds for.

We are pumped by your support to help give these fur-babies a second chance at life!  You ROCK!!

Join our U District location in raising funds for Amy Santiago, a 2 year old lab mix.

Amy came to Motley Zoo from Texas where she was saved from the streets as a young pup, and while she has grown up in a loving environment, is still really shy and sensitive. She really identifies with dogs and absolutely requires a dog in the home, or she will feel isolated.

She is good with people once she knows them but does take some time and patience to warm up- and struggles a bit more with men than women. She really loves being in the yard but is afraid of going anywhere else- and while it is encouraged to continue to work slowly with her on socialization, her new family needs to understand she is not a dog that can just go everywhere with you at this time; she's more of a homebody.

Amy is a wonderful dog but needs a family that understands her introverted nature and will help her blossom with slow and steady progress.

The funds raised will go toward Amy's cost of care (and other dogs like her) for her spay, microchip, vaccines, flea and heartworm treatment and anything else she may need during her stay with Motley Zoo.

How would you like to support?