Who are They?
"SAFe Rescue takes in homeless cats and kittens, gives them the care they need to recover, and finds them loving homes. Over 1,000 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."
“About Seattle Area Feline Rescue.” Seattle Area Feline Rescue, www.seattleareafelinerescue.org/about/.
I am an older gentleman looking to be pampered. I will repay you with loving companionship. I am featured in Seattle Area Feline Rescue's "Adopt less Adoptable Cats" program
I am looking for a home with my pal Princess. Will you give me cheek rubs? I am featured in Seattle Area Feline Rescue's "Adopt less Adoptable Cats" program.
I am looking for a home with my pal Precious. I am sweet and cuddly and offer affectionate love nibbles. I am featured in Seattle Area Feline Rescue's
"Adopt less Adoptable Cats" program.
DID you Know?
Seattle Area Feline Rescue’s Behavior Team began in when SAFe was selected by The Jackson Galaxy Foundation to participate in Cat Pawsitive, an initiative that introduces positive training to shelter cats. Even after completing the Cat Pawsitive program, dedicated rescue volunteers kept the Behavior Program going. Now Behavior volunteers sign up for morning and evening shifts to use clicker training and positive reinforcement to help shy rescue residents shine!
A huge thank you to Seattle Area Feline Rescue and all those making a difference for Washington animals in need.
We have many guest authors from volunteers, partner organizations, staff, and even donors. Thank you for your continued support of Pawsitive Alliance and making all of this possible.