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 kittens, gives them the care they need to recover, and finds them loving homes. Over 1,700 felines, including seniors and special needs cats, find homes here each year as people in search of new friends visit our welcoming storefront Adoption Center. An extensive network of community volunteers and foster families helps the rescue carry out its mission and save more lives.
SAFe Rescue saves feline lives by taking in homeless cats, giving them the care they need, finding them loving homes, and supporting their human companions.
Statement of Purpose:
We believe each cat has inherent value and that humans and felines enrich each other’s lives. This bond builds compassionate communities with empathy for all living things.
- Show Compassion
- Value Community
- Act with Optimism
- Demonstrate Respect
- Pursue Excellence
You are Part of Our Story:
As a community-based organization, we rely on talented volunteers, devoted foster families and generous donors. Together with you, we can make a profound difference in the lives of the animals. Thank you!
View our shelter data, including number of kitties adopted per year.
Seattle Area Feline Rescue prohibits discrimination against its employees, volunteers, applicants for employment, and customers or other business associates on the basis of a person’s race, religion, creed, color, sex, age, marital status, national origin, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, military or veteran status, any other characteristic protected by federal and applicable state laws. Specifically, with regard to its employees and job applicants, SAFe Rescue does not tolerate discrimination on the basis of the foregoing characteristics with respect to the terms and conditions of employment.
Read SAFe Rescue’s latest Annual Report