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Mayor Murray joined Seattle Animal Shelter staff, volunteers and donors today to officially open the shelter’s newly remodeled cat and critter areas. The nonprofit Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation and private donors to the shelter generously provided much of the funding for this project, which provided updated and more flexible spaces for the animals. “Seattle is […][More]
To commemorate Feb. 23, 2016, as “World Spay Day,” the Seattle Animal Shelter’s Spay and Neuter Clinic offered free spay/neuter surgeries to area pets from Feb. 22-26, 2016. Additionally, Mayor Ed Murray proclaimed Feb. 23 as “World Spay and Neuter Day” in Seattle. “Spaying and neutering allows your pet to have a longer, healthier, happier […][More]
The Seattle Animal Shelter has cancelled the “Protect Your Pet” license and vaccination clinic scheduled for Friday, Dec. 25. The next “Protect Your Pet” clinic will take place from 3-6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 22. The Seattle Animal Shelter hosts this pet licensing and vaccination clinic from 3-6 p.m. on the fourth Friday of each […][More]
The Seattle Animal Shelter will host a cat adoptathon on Saturday, June 13, 2015, at the Phinney Neighborhood Association, located at 6532 Phinney Ave. N., Seattle. The event runs from noon to 3 p.m. and features numerous kittens and cats of different breeds. Cats available at this event have been living with foster parents, who […][More]
The Seattle Animal Shelter will host a cat adoptathon on Saturday, March 14, 2015, at the Northgate Petco, located at 318 NE Northgate Way, Seattle. The event runs from noon to 3 p.m. and features numerous kittens and cats of different breeds. Cats available at this event have been living with foster parents, who are […][More]
The Seattle Animal Shelter has been working on a partnership with the Pacific Science Center to showcase reptiles available for adoption. The center currently has snakes, a western painted turtle and a leopard gecko, and it aims to diversify its collection, increase its species knowledge and share that information with the public. The first animal […][More]
Halloween is a fun time for adults and children alike, but it can be a traumatic and even dangerous time for your pets. Seattle Animal Shelter Director Don Jordan offers the following tips to keep Halloween from being a fright for pets and trick-or-treaters: Don’t leave your pets out in the yard on Halloween. There […][More]
Posted: October 31st, 2014 under The Scoop.
For a limited time, the Seattle Animal Shelter is offering adult cat and critter adoptions for only $5, plus applicable license fees. This special promotion is available from June 21-29. The shelter is overflowing with 200 cats and critters waiting to find homes, and Shelter staff is hoping this promotion will encourage potential pet owners […][More]
Click on the poster to go to the Facebook Page for more info! On April 19 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Ugly Baby and La Ru (located in the historic Pike Place Market at 1430 Western Ave.) will be hosting the 2nd Annual Bunny Party! Every year after Easter animal shelters are inundated with unwanted bunnies […][More]
Mayor Murray, Councilmember Godden “Cut the Leash” on Seattle Animal Shelter’s Dog Kennel Renovation
Mayor Ed Murray and Councilmember Jean Godden joined Seattle Animal Shelter staff, volunteers and donors today to “cut the leash” on a major renovation of the shelter’s dog kennel area, which will offer a less-stressful environment for lost, abandoned and abused dogs. The nonprofit Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation and private donors to the Shelter generously […][More]