West Seattle Lost/Found Pets

Lost or found a pet? E-MAIL INFO/PHOTO TO: editor@westseattleblog.com – plain text with contact #, one JPG photo, no Word/PDF/etc. docs. PLEASE let us know when the situation is resolved, so we can remove the listing. Thanks!

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) **January ’16 note, we will be updating this soon**

ARCHIVES: Everything up to 4/1/2012 ***is here***.

LOST CHICKEN: ‘Check your yard, trees, rooftops’

Lost chicken. Lost since yesterday. She is a light-ish red color. We live on 34th between Elmgrove and Thistle. If you live near this area please check your yard, trees, rooftops. Contact Amy at 206.910.5086

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LOST DOG: Have you seen Duchess?

Older female. Very sweet. Answers to Duchess.

2063724983




LOST CAT: Missing in High Point

We last saw our cat on Monday (7/18/16) at home (29th & SW Raymond Street). He’s about 1 year old, medium size, no collar, and no chip. He is neutered and supposed to be an indoor cat, but he escaped. If you find him, please call Crystal at 253-632-5662. Thanks!




LOST CAT: Ricky – BACK HOME

(Ricky came back)




LOST DOG: Jonsi – BACK HOME

(As sometimes happens, we received notes almost simultaneously from the owner and from the finder. They’ve connected and Jonsi’s home)




FOUND DOG: In Gatewood – BACK HOME

(turns out this was Mr. B, see separate listing, so he’s definitely back home)




LOST DOG: Mr. B the Beagle mix – BACK HOME

(info removed – see comment)




LOST CAT: Lili, missing in Delridge

Have you seen Lili? She has been missing since 7/14/16. She is an older Tabby cat. A little scruffy. Very sweet. 206-402-2708




LOST CAT: Chester – REUNITED

(see comments)




FOUND DOG: Blarney – REUNITED

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LOST CAT: Hendrix is missing in Admiral

Hendrix is an indoor/outdoor 2 year-old Silver and Black Maine Coon and he lives in the Admiral bluff neighborhood. He has not been home in 3 days. He’s very friendly and well loved. If you see him, please call 206 913 0077. Or drop him off on Palm Ave SW and he will find his way home. He has many friends in this ‘hood so please All, keep a look out for our big boy!




FOUND CAT: White/calico, Delridge area

Found female, mostly white (assuming calico?) with brown and black markings, pink nose. Very friendly, cuddly, talkative. Found near Delridge Way SW in West Seattle.

My number is 406-214-9627 if somebody is missing this sweet girl!




FOUND DOG: On Beach Drive – REUNITED

(Info removed)




FOUND DOG: Yours? – REUNITED

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FOUND CAT: Near Myers Way

This kitty was found this morning, with harness and leash attached, near 2nd Ave S and Myers Way.

Dan 206-227-5364




FOUND DOG – Taken to clinic

Pit bull or pit mix found at Alki and 56th. Dropped off at West Seattle Animal Hospital at 3:45 today. Dog is chipped. Color is brown.

Melanie 206-898-4300




LOST DOG: Wally – BACK HOME

(info removed)




LOST CAT: Emily – BACK HOME

(info removed)




FOUND DOG: In Alki area

Was roaming around 61st/Stevens this morning. Has been taken to West Seattle Animal Hospital, according to the finder.




MISSING CAT: Have you seen elderly, likely ailing Ziggy?

Name: Ziggy
Type: Gray and White DSH
Last seen: Sunday July 10th, 2016
Location: 34th AVE SW between Andover and Charlestown.
Condition: Very old and the last time he was seen by a neighbor he seemed to have lost a lot of weight and appeared sickly- we need to get him to a vet as soon as he is found. He has trouble jumping up on things and moves slowly, but is very friendly and is the type of animal that would seek help or affection from a stranger if he was lost or alone. His companion recently passed and he no longer wanted to come in and we are not sure if he has been eating the food we put out for him. We would like any information, even if someone has found him deceased in our neighborhood.

If anyone has found him, they can reach out to me at my email: amanda.meeks@gmail.com or 206-915-1792.




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