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 clinics, assisting cats owned by low-income individuals by providing low-cost care and services. These clinics are offered to help support families who need wellness services for their feline companions. Please note that at this time, we are not able to help with sick or injured animals, and we are only able to offer services and care for cats at this time.

SAFe Rescue’s monthly Community Wellness Clinics are held inside of our Community Lobby located at 20226 Ballinger Way NE, Seattle, WA 98155. Our next clinic date is scheduled for Tuesday, July 9th, 2024. Appointments are required. Please do not show up without an appointment. If you’d like to make an appointment, please apply for services down below. After applying, someone from our SAFe Clinic Team will email you to book an appointment.

To receive services, Washington state guidelines require that you attest that you qualify based on your household income. If you need additional financial support, we may be able to lower the fees. Please reach out to us at if you need additional assistance.

Household Income Levels

Household Number1 Person2 Person3 Person4 Person5 Person6 Person
Annual Income<$72,480<$82,880<$93,200<$103,520<$111,840<$120,160
Monthly Income<$6,040<$6,907<$7,767<$8,627<$9,320<$10,013
Household income levels required for qualification of services.

Clinic Services

During your visit, our Veterinary Team will perform a full physical exam* and ensure that your cat is up to date on all necessary vaccinations (Rabies & FVRCP). We can also treat your cats for fleas and other parasites if needed, implant a microchip, or test for FIV and Feline Leukemia.

*An exam will be required before all other services can be provided.

Cost of Services:

  • Exam: $20 (required before other services can be provided)
  • FVRCP Vaccine: $10 FREE (while supplies last)
  • Rabies Vaccine: $10
  • Microchip Implantation: $20 FREE (while supplies last)
  • Flea Treatment: $10
  • Dewormer: $10
  • FIV/FeLV Combo Test: $40
  • Nail Trim $20

Please note: Seattle Area Feline Rescue clinics do not operate as full-service veterinary clinics. This means that we do not treat sick or injured cats. If you’re looking for low-cost sick pet care, we recommend attending a Seattle Veterinary Outreach or Washington Health Outreach clinic if possible. We are not able to treat chronic diseases, infections, coughing, sneezing, vomiting, diarrhea, wounds, injuries, or if your pet is not eating or drinking normally. If your cat is experiencing any of these symptoms or conditions, please contact your primary care provider or seek emergency veterinary care.

To apply for clinic services, please click the button below and fill out the application:

If you have questions or need assistance, contact us via email at or leave a message at (206) 582-2622 and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Pet Supplies & Additional Services Support

At each clinic we have some supplies available for attendees such as dry food, wet food, toys, prescription food, litter, treats, and more. If you need supplies on an ongoing basis or would like support with other services, clinic staff will be available to speak with you.

Please note that we rely entirely on donations, and cannot guarantee specific items or brands will always be available.

Appointment Procedures

Scheduling Your Visit

After applying for services, your application will be processed and if accepted, someone from SAFe Rescue will reach out to schedule your visit. 

If you are not able to keep this appointment, please let us know as soon as possible. (No-shows reduce the number of cats and people we can help.)

The Day Of Your Appointment

Please arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment time for check-in. Seattle Area Feline Rescue is located at 20226 Ballinger Way NE, Shoreline, WA 98155 located in the Ballinger Village shopping mall. When arriving at the clinic, you can park in the parking lot in front of the rescue and enter through our Community Lobby door on the right-hand side.

When you arrive, cats must be in a carrier. This is to keep them safe. If you do not own a carrier, please make arrangements with the SAFe Clinic Team before your appointment. We can provide you with a carrier to use during your visit. 

Checking In

Check-in takes place just inside our Adoption Center doors at our front desk. Just come on in before your appointment is scheduled and one of our clinic volunteers or staff members will assist you with getting checked in for your appointment.

COVID-19 Procedures

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, are experiencing symptoms, or have been exposed to COVID-19 please email us at or call (206) 582-2662 and reschedule your appointment. We will have masks available at the Rescue, wearing one is encouraged but not required.

Support SAFe’s Clinic Work

Feel a calling to help? There are plenty of ways to support pet owners in our community! 

Volunteer: if you’d like to help out directly with clinics, consider joining our team as a Clinic Volunteer

Donate: you can help fund the work we do by making a monetary donation to SAFe’s Medical Fund or by donating supplies to be used at Community Clinics through our Amazon Wish List

Regardless of how you choose to help, your generosity can not be understated and we wouldn’t be able to do the work we do without the support of community members like you. From the bottom of all our hearts, thank mew!

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