Lost or found a pet? E-MAIL INFO/PHOTO TO: firstname.lastname@example.org – 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)
ARCHIVES: Everything up to 4/1/2012 ***is here***.
(Ozzie the tuxedo cat came home on his own)
Lost white & gray cat in Highland Park, 8th Ave SW & Roxbury
Our sweet Esme seems to have snuck out from our house on 8th and Roxbury. She recently transitioned back to an indoor cat due to dietary restrictions and has been anxious to go outside. We are estimating she escaped Friday as nobody recalls seeing her yesterday. If you see this fuzzy lady (no tags or collar), please contact me. Even when she was mostly an outdoor cat, it was unlike her to not come home for breakfast and dinner. Getting worried. She is microchipped, but we took her in as a stray in 2007 as the phone number linked to the chip was disconnected. Sadly I never updated it so not sure how much it will help. I do have the chip number for verification purposes if someone happened to take her to a shelter. Thanks for your help neighbors. Contact number 206-291-2494 or email@example.com
Sorry to pass on bad news but I am sure the owner would want to know. There was an all-black cat in the street that had been hit by a car on Henderson between 13th and 14th sw. I did not want it to get run over again so I placed the cat on the sidewalk near the curb on the north side of Henderson close to 14th. It was a beautiful cat and am sure will be missed.
(Ella’s people say she came back home!)
(The senior tuxedo cat is back home – thanks to the reader[s] who helped make that happen!)
Little black dog found 10th/Henderson. Lindsey 708-203-8545
(dog’s back home, info removed)
Across from McDonald’s on California (in Morgan Junction) Tonight around 8, collar, no tag.
kendall.browne (at) gmail (dot) com
(Chihuahua mix Nimh is back home)
A good Samaritan brought in a found male neutered brindle pit bull mix. He’s very friendly! He was microchipped at the Seattle Spay and Neuter clinic but the microchip was never registered and they are closed over the weekend. He is currently at VCA West Seattle and we have called animal control. If he’s yours, please call us at 206.923.3551.
UPDATE – The clinic says the dog is now at the Seattle Animal Shelter, case #A29175455.
(The dog’s owner is aware; info removed)
This dog was found by Chief Sealth students at Westwood Village in front of Target at 3:00 on Friday, February 10, 2017. A teacher is transporting him to Seattle Animal Shelter 206-386-7387 (PETS) at 2061 15th Ave W Seattle, WA 98119, and he should be there by five or so tonight. The dog was very hungry, but appears to be neutered and is good with people. No collar.
From the veterinary clinic in Luna Park: A client came in today to tell us that he lost his cat named Roman in/around White Center. Roman is a 2 year-old, microchipped, black domestic longhair cat. His microchip number is 981020013524455. If found, please call Mike at (206) 370-2162.
(turns out cat was not lost after all)
(Nala is home!)
The black cat I found is a male. Long hair. No markings on it. It is extremely affectionate. Maybe a year old or less. Tom, 206-779-8350
We had a good Samaritan bring in a puppy this morning. He was found near the intersection of 12th Ave SW and SW 114th St this morning. He is staying with us at the West Seattle Animal Hospital.
West Seattle Animal Hospital
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