Pet Behavior Resources If your kitty is exhibiting poor behavior, the following resource may be helpful to you: ASPCA’s Resources for Common Cat Behavior Issues. This site has a wide variety of information about cat […]
Seattle Area Feline Rescue accepts owner-surrendered cats on a limited basis: If you need to re-home a cat, we suggest that you start by reaching out to friends, family, neighbors and local community members. Your kitty’s new […]
If your cat is lost you should do the following: Updating Microchip Information Make sure that the microchip company has your current address and phone number whenever you move. With your cat’s chip number, you can […]
***If you have an animal emergency, please contact your local Animal Control agency. As a private rescue organization, we are not authorized to provide field services for lost or injured pets.*** The best way to get […]
Community Wellness Clinics At Seattle Area Feline Rescue, we believe in supporting cats and the humans who love them. In following this mission, we’re excited to announce that SAFe Rescue is now offering monthly wellness […]
Stay SAFe Pet Pantry The Stay SAFe Pet Pantry collects donations and provides low-income pet owners or those experiencing economic hardship with supplemental assistance to help keep pets in their loving homes. The Stay SAFe […]
SAFe has prepared a variety of printable resources to connect those in need of additional assistance beyond SAFe Rescue’s operation areas.