Behavior, lost cat, found cat and more!
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: Our first priority is cats that were originally adopted from SAFe Rescue. If your cat came from us or Animal Talk Rescue, please let us know. Our second […]
If your cat is lost you should do the following: Update your contact info with the microchip company. Contact shelters that have authority to take in lost cats in your area. Post flyers in your neighborhood. […]
***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 […]
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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.