Organization Info

We are a non-profit, no-kill rescue, 501c3 #91-2041961. SAFe Rescue takes in homeless cats and kittens, gives them the care they need to recover, and finds them loving homes.

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About Us

Seattle Area Feline Rescue is located on the border of Seattle and Shoreline, at 14717 Aurora Ave. N, Shoreline, WA 98133. We are a non-profit, no-kill rescue, 501c3 #91-2041961. SAFe Rescue takes in homeless cats and […]

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You can find answers to many questions on the website: please check the resources below. Your inquiry is important to us and we will do the best we can to respond promptly. If we’re slow […]

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Work with cats


You can find details about any open positions on If you are interested in getting involved with the rescue and helping the kitties, you can also check out our Volunteer Page!

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Rescue Staff

Emily Sprong, Executive Director Emily got an early start in animal welfare: her first volunteer and employment experiences were with vets, kennels, and feral cat organizations. After studying wildlife biology in graduate school and working […]

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Board of Directors

Jennifer Cadigan, President Sara Blagg, Vice President Allison Gillespie, Treasurer Tony Dexter, Board Member at large Emily Dolan, Board Member at large Svetlana Popova, Board Member at large David Recchia, Board Member at large Lisa Reid, […]

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Data and Shelter Numbers

2018 SHELTER NUMBERS Intake 1,813 Live Outcomes: Adoption 1,740 Live Outcomes: Returned to Owner 33 Live Outcomes: Transferred Out 38 Live Outcomes: Returned to Field 0 Live Outcomes: Other 0 Other Outcomes: Died in Care […]

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For media inquiries, please contact Shelley Lawson at or by calling Seattle Area Feline Rescue at 206-659-6220 Ext 6. SAFe Rescue in the News: King 5 Television Kittens of the Month Help Goose Find […]

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Shop Our Retail Store

Come visit our retail store! SAFe Rescue carries a curated selection of toys, beds, and supplies, as well as foods that the rescue kitties’ tummies are used to. Best of all, 100% of profits go […]

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