Ruby’s Story

Ruby hasn’t always had an easy life: her past struggles left her anxious and easily overwhelmed. As shy and nervous as she might seem though, she secretly craved affection. Poor lonely Ruby! When Ruby was […]

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Traveler’s Story

Traveler is a very special cat: when death loomed, he hung on for dear life—literally! Traveler’s story began when motorists spotted a frightened orange cat clinging to the middle barrier of a busy highway in […]

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Myrtle’s Story

After growing up on the streets, Myrtle didn’t know what to make of the big creatures called “humans.” Could they be trusted? Would they be kind? Myrtle came to Seattle Area Feline Rescue after a […]

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Pet Emergency Kits

June is National Pet Preparedness Month! A large part of being prepared in case of an emergency is making sure you have the appropriate supplies on hand to assist you in times of crisis. Here are […]

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Message from the President

This year, Seattle Area Feline Rescue is welcoming a new President to the Board of Directors. After years of dedicated service, Immediate Past President Lisa Reid is passing this leadership role on to Board Member […]

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Foster Program Announcement!

We are thrilled to announce that SAFe Rescue has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the Petco Foundation to support our rescue foster program!  This Petco Foundation investment will help save more lives by making […]

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Hopeful Cat Seeks Loving Home

They say cats have nine lives—but Sunny would be grateful to have just three! During his first life, Sunny grew up on the streets. It was a lonely existence, and he spent a lot of […]

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Pet Emergency Preparedness

Emergencies can happen any time and—while many people are prepared for their human household members—it’s important to make sure your pet is included in your emergency plan, too! This June, help celebrate National Pet Preparedness […]

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Felix wearing a cone

Warm Fuzzy Tale: Felix

Felix arrived at a shelter in San Jacinto, California with a large wound on his back. Despite his injury, he soon showed himself to be a happy kitty, eager to please and grateful for any […]

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