• Adopt a cat or critter for free July 18-22

    8 days ago - By The Scoop

    Shelter overflowing with cats and critters
    The number of adoptable cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds and reptiles coming under the Seattle Animal Shelter's care this summer has steadily increased, so the shelter is offering a special promotion to find them forever homes. To ensure the shelter has plenty of space to help animals in need, through this weekend adoption fees are waived on all adoptable cats and critters such as rabbits, guinea pigs, reptiles and birds. This offer is made possible through a grant from the Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation.
    With this special offer, from July...
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  • SAS X-ray suite dedicated to retired K-9 Ziva

    SAS X-ray suite dedicated to retired K-9 Ziva

    8 days ago - By The Scoop

    Dr. Jennifer Bennett, SAS medical director, discusses the positive impacts the X-ray equipment will make on animal care.

    Each year, the Seattle Animal Shelter cares for thousands of animals who come to us in need for everything from spay and neuter surgery to prevent unplanned litters to those who are most in need of help, compassion, hope and a new forever family. Thanks to the Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation and its generous donors, we have a new tool in our belt to more quickly diagnose and treat animals that come under our care.
    Retired K-9 Ziva with her partner, Officer Mark Wong...
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  • Limited cat services at Seattle Animal Shelter

    Limited cat services at Seattle Animal Shelter

    8 days ago - By The Scoop

    Update 9/12/18: We're back to full cat services! See this blog post for an update.
    Yikes! We have had some unexpected issues in our cat wards, so we have moved as many of our cats to foster as possible. While this means that you won't be able to meet adoptable cats at the shelter right now, there are many cats and kittens in foster homes waiting to be adopted! This also means we are temporarily limited in our services for cats. Check out what this means for you:
    All currently adoptable cats are in foster homes. Visit our website to learn about our foster cats and call 206-684-0685 to...
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  • Full cat services resume at Seattle Animal Shelter

    8 days ago - By The Scoop

    A big thank you goes out to our customers and the community for their patience while we got our cat wards back to normal. We're back to full services for all cats but could use your help!
    Come and adopt! We have cats of all shapes, sizes and ages available for adoption. Visit our website or come down to meet them.
    Have you found a cat? If you're a Seattle resident and you found a roaming cat, we recommend leaving that cat alone if they are healthy. Since there is no leash law for cats, most friendly roaming altered cats are simply owned indoor/outdoor cats. If you find a cat that is...
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  • Creeptacular returns to Seattle Animal Shelter Oct. 6

    Creeptacular returns to Seattle Animal Shelter Oct. 6

    8 days ago - By The Scoop

    Meet and greet furry, scaly and feathered critters, photo booth and more
    Creeptacular returns to Seattle Animal Shelter on Saturday, Oct. 6, as the shelter dons spooky decorations and invites the public to meet and greet furry, scaly and feathered critters. From 1-4 p.m., visitors to this free, kid- and adult-friendly experience can pet and feed guinea pigs, come to face to face with lizards and delight in the antics of turtles and mice.
    “We're thrilled to host Creeptacular for a second year to bring attention to adoptable animals beyond cats and dogs,” said Ann Graves, Seattle Animal...
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