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Meet Seattle Animal Shelter’s critters at Creeptacular, Saturday, Oct. 28

by Erin Berge The Seattle Animal Shelter will host its first Creeptacular event on Saturday, Oct. 28, from noon-3 p.m., featuring all available critters ready for adoption and spooky guests. The event will include a photo booth with costume options as well as participation by the Washington Ferret Rescue and… [ Keep reading ]

It’s a guinea pig invasion!

It was guinea pigs galore on Tuesday, when nearly 100 guinea piggies arrived at Seattle Animal Shelter. It started about three years ago with one pair of guinea pigs – a male and female. In time, it became an unimaginable 250 guinea pigs, all in one couple’s  Eastern Oregon home…. [ Keep reading ]

Pet of the Week: Turbo

If you’ve been looking for an energetic and intelligent rabbit that will keep you on your toes, look no further. “Turbo Girl,” also known as “Turbo” (ID 33672691), is a large, female purebred American Rabbit. She likes to test her boundaries and loves exploring. She’s strong, inquisitive, willful and determined —… [ Keep reading ]

Pet of the Week: Shadow

Meet Shadow (ID 29077100) — she used to be called Thumper, but now goes by Shadow because she loves to follow her human companions around when she’s free to roam. She’s large, sweet and smart — one of her favorite tricks is standing up so you can see how big… [ Keep reading ]

Simon the rabbit: Hopping from a lap and into a home

Simon, the 4-month-old rabbit, hopped perfectly into the small lap of the boy, looking for a scratch on his head. After a few moments of jumping and climbing in the Seattle Animal Shelter playpen, the boy and Simon knew they were a perfect match. “Simon is a ball of energy,”… [ Keep reading ]

Pet of the Week: Terry (not a llama)

If you’ve read Terry’s profile (ID 34130788) on our website, you may be scratching your head. Why on earth are we calling him a barnyard animal and llama?!? Well, the database that we use to showcase adoptable animals unfortunately doesn’t offer a “spider” option. But don’t worry, Terry CAN fit… [ Keep reading ]