Why License Your Cat

Steps to kitty ownership: Get supplies, choose a kitty (That’s the most fun, if you ask us!), take kitty home, give kitty food and cuddles, establish care at a vet, and. . . License your cat […]

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Wendy

Where can a homeless, itchy, senior kitty have a second chance at finding a home in Seattle? At Seattle Area Feline Rescue, of course! Wendy fits that bill exactly: at 10 years old she was […]

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Help Needed!

Do you love helping both kitties and people? Do you have customer service, retail, front counter, or sales experience? If so, then we have the PURR-fect volunteer position for you! Seattle Area Feline Rescue is […]

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Farley Finnagan

On a recent outing, a local hiker was surprised to see an animal in a rest area that wasn’t part of the wildlife: a fluffy orange cat. When she got closer, she discovered the poor […]

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Greek Kitties: The Sequel

A Big Fat Greek Happily Ever After… Do you remember back in December when we told you the story of two blind Greek kittens? Their American dream came true when a dedicated volunteers Shanna and […]

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Keeping Your Indoor Cat Happy

You’ve probably heard the statistics: while an indoor cat usually lives 15-20 years, outdoor cats survive only 2-5 years on average. Outside, there are predators, cars, and toxins… But can a cat ever really be […]

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Finn’s Story

Finn is a quirky kitty with a lot of love to give, so it was very hard for him to be without a family of his own for almost 2 months. Why did a handsome, […]

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