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Double the Fun this Weekend

Did you know that most cats love the company of others? We have a few cats who are bonded pairs here with us at Seattle Humane that we would like to show off – because two is better than one!

Baxter and Oliver
Baxter and Oliver

Meet Baxter and Oliver! These handsome felines are 1-year-old male domestic shorthair kitties who enjoy the company of each other. Playing with stuffed mice and batting at feather toys are among their favorite activities. Oliver is a bit on the shy side, but with the comfort of his brother by his side he’s able to come out of his shell and show his true loving purrsonality in no time. These two are sure to provide you with endless love, snuggles and entertainment. They are currently staying in one of our wonderful foster homes, but it’s easy to set up a time to meet them! Contact our Adoption Team at [email protected].

Learn more about Baxter and Oliver!

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LBKC and Iris

Meet LBKC (Little Baby Kitty Cat) and Iris! These two best friends are fast friends and completely inseparable. They are a little wary of new situations but warm up with gentle attention and a little extra patience. LBKC and Iris rely on each other to help them through these new and scary situations. Once they’ve warmed up to you they will gladly accept all of the attention you’re willing to give them. With patience and gentle coaxing they’ll become loving and devoted companions for life! Both of these kitties are currently nestled in at our satellite location at the Petco in Factoria. If you would like to learn more about this dynamic duo, contact our Adoption Team at [email protected].

Learn more about LBKC and Iris!

Best friends who even eat together!
Romeo and Mel, best friends who even eat together!

Meet Mel and Romeo! These best buds are purrfect for each other! Romeo is a little more self-assured and enjoys being a social butterfly with anyone who seems interested. Mel on the other hand is more reserved and needs a little help to bring out his confident side – which Romeo seems to do just fine. They’re both very loving felines who will be sure to make a great addition to your family! Come into Seattle Humane and meet them before they purr their way into another adopter’s heart.

Learn more about Mel and Romeo!

As an added bonus, all of our kittens and cats are two for one this weekend only! Enjoy the companionship of two fabulous felines instead of just one. Come into Seattle Humane and meet your purrfect match today!

World Spay Day is Feb. 24!

Charlie is a handsome 1-year-old Labrador Retriever who's ready to take on the world with you!
Charlie was adopted Feb. 2015!

Spaying and neutering your pets is so important, and with World Spay Day being tomorrow, we wanted to share a few of those benefits!

Spaying or neutering your dog or cat will not only improve the health and well being of your beloved family member, but you will also be taking one of the important steps toward reducing the number of unwanted pets in shelters.

· You get a healthier pet. Spayed/neutered pets are less likely to roam away from home, get injured in fights or get lost.  They live twice as long and are less likely to develop breast, uterine, ovarian, prostate or testicular cancers.  This means lower medical bills. 

· You get a happier family member.  Spay/neutered pets are freed from the constant need to roam and seek out mates.  Their personalities do not change.  They are calmer because they are more focused on being a loving member of their caregiver family.  And with adequate daily exercise and a reasonable diet, they don’t get fat.

· Your pet can relax and smell the roses.  Spayed females and your family avoid the annoyance of serenading would-be suitors – screaming and howling throughout the day and into the night.  Altered animals are less territorial, less likely to fight and less likely to bite.  Walking your pet becomes a lot safer. 

· Your pet and your house will be cleaner.  Spayed females will not have heat cycles that soil your rugs and furniture.  And neutered males are less likely to mark furniture and rugs with urine.  This means less special cleaning bills.

· Spaying or neutering your pet is a good investment.  It will cost you more to care for one litter of puppies or kittens created by your family pet.  Even a responsible breeder rarely breaks even or makes money by selling dogs or cats.  And once you multiply the increased food, basic supplies, veterinarian and advertising costs to find homes for the animals, the cost of altering your pet will look like a very smart investment.

Meet Auburn, a beautiful 8-year-old girl who can't wait to show off her purrfectly loveable charm!
Auburn was adopted in March 2015!

· Spaying and neutering helps fight pet overpopulation. The high numbers of pets are the result of unplanned litters that could have been prevented by spaying or neutering.

In honor of World Spay Day, Seattle Humane held our own Feline Fix Day on February 18th where our Veterinarian Team was able to perform 52 spays and 84 neuters on felines. And although our spay day is over for this month, there are many other shelters and veterinarians who are participating in World Spay Day. To learn more information about which veterinarians and shelters are participating, click here.

 

And the Acatemy Award Goes to…

The cats! Join us for a fun-filled weekend of Acatemy Awards. Come into Seattle Humane this weekend to find your own Oscar winning feline.

Head over to Seattle Humane to enjoy a special adoption promotion for all black and black and white cats one year and up. All fees will be waived on these especially dapper felines February 20-22.

See some of our favorite Oscar winning feline performances!

TomThis laid back star is Tom, a handsome 10-year-old gentle boy who rolls over for full belly rubs!

Judo
Judo was adopted in March 2015!

Judo is a fun-loving and affectionate 2-year-old gal who wants nothing more than to be loved in the comfort of your lap!

Niki fin
Niki Fin was adopted in February 2015!

Watch this show-stopper, Niki Fin, in action as she tracks laser pointers and feather wands, but she’ll slow down for some under-the-chin scratches.

Chloe
Chloe was adopted in March 2015!

The gorgeous Chloe loves to be in the spotlight and hopes her playful purrsonality will win her an award!

Check out more of our fabulous feline stars at seattlehumane.org.

Ands as you’re watching the Academy Awards with your new feline friend, they might be thinking:

“The Grand Budapest Hotel was the purrfect mix of visuals and acting, I give this movie two paws up!”

“Boyhood was a meowzing film! With 12 years in the making, it made it pawsitively fascinating.”

“I think the title speaks for itself — if it has birds, I’m in!”

Enjoy the company of your new furry friend and the Academy Awards this weekend!