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RULES: Please only report “found” pets that are in your custody – if you see a “possible lost pet running around,” check to see if it is reported as lost. If it is, PLEASE contact the owner directly with your sighting – they might not see a comment soon enough. If the pet you found needs medical attention, please get that attention before asking us to post – the pet’s health/welfare matters most. Please do NOT submit a comment with an opinion of the pet, its owner, its circumstances, its breed OR a comment promoting someone who charges $ to search for pets – those will NOT be approved for publication.
NEED URGENT HELP: Thanks to Doug Adams for the list of EMERGENCY PET CARE RESOURCES (Seattle-wide)
ARCHIVES: Everything up to 4/1/2012 ***is here***.
Hi, this is Ninja- he’s been missing since last Friday. He’s very special to our family, so if anyone has any information on where I can find him, please don’t hesitate to call or text. Thank you!
Alise (360) 927-1617
Found: Gray and white, young, female cat. Was found at West Seattle High School. She has been hanging around there the last few days. She is safe and sound at our house, but I am really hoping to find her family! Please contact Amanda at 206-851-8643 if you know her owners!
SATURDAY UPDATE: See comment section – “Zuki” is back home! Removing contact info as per our policy but leaving his photo since so many were helping.
Lost B&W Cat on Delridge – Escaped from Delridge home, near Delridge and Kenyon. No collar. Male cat, name is Taco. Call or text 206-437-8245.
Our 8 year old tabby typically comes home every night. For the past 9-10 days, she has only come home 3 times and I don’t think she stayed the whole night. It’s like she’s found a new family. The intent of this notice is to potentially communicate with someone who may be enjoying her company and let them know that we miss our cat and please don’t encourage her to stay. I’ve heard that offering cats wet food can encourage them to change habits. We serve dry.
We’re at 36th and Charlestown. She has a black collar and tag with our contact info. We are concerned about her and want home.
Hi, this is my kitty, Ninja. He went missing 2 days ago from the Alki Beach area. My number is:
**UPDATE – as of September 20th, this dog is now at the Seattle Animal Shelter, which will hold him a few days before putting him up for adoption, the finder tells us.**
Dog found – young brown female Near 36th Sw & Findlay – Cell # 206 450-7532
At VCA West Seattle, we had a Good Samaritan bring in a female Pomeranian (possibly mixed) dog. She was found at the YMCA on 34th. (EC Hughes building) No microchip. We have her here at our clinic, if anyone has any information they can call us at 206 923 3551.
We moved Labor Day weekend, and three days ago our 9-year-old kitty “luu” disappeared.
She’s a medium-sized cat with a white bib, white toes in front, white boots in the back, and a pointy black tail.
She’s shy, please approach gently. We moved only five blocks from 55th to 60th Ave, and I’ve been searching for her at the old house every day, without luck.
I can be reached at #206.650.0429.
Found in Westcrest Park. Jim 206-552-0304
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