Opening Weekend at Kitty Harbor

June 11, 2016 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
3422 Harbor Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98126

BREAKING NEWS! OPENING WEEKEND OF KITTY HARBOR! That’s right! This weekend Kitty Harbor is throwing open their doors on Saturday and Sunday, from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm, both days. A total of 30 Fabulous Felines are excited to meet ‘n’ greet you; 5 attentive adults and 25 krazy kittens.

Can’t make it this weekend? Kitty Harbor will be open for adoptions every Saturday and Sunday, from noon – 4 pm, through December 18th. Each weekend there are 20 to 40+ adult cats, teenagers (6+ months), and kittens (8 weeks to 6 months), waiting to meet you.

In preparation for your adoption desires, please see our website for policies and a downloadable adoption form that can be filled out prior to arriving:

Kitty Harbor
3422 Harbor Ave SW
Seattle, Washington 98126

Days: Saturday & Sunday
Hours: Noon – 4:00 pm

Phone: (206) 935-1919


1 Reply to "Opening Weekend at Kitty Harbor"

  • Meg Halverson September 6, 2015 (10:33 am)

    We adopted a kitten from Kitty Harbor last August. He was paralyzed six months later and died just after his 1st birthday. It was an awful and heartbreaking experience. Sadly, our kitten had FIP, a virus that is present in many cats and which only causes debilitating symptoms in some. We learned post adopting our lovely kitten that cats housed in a communal environment, such as Kitty Harbor, are more likely to contract FIP, and that the separate housing provided by Seattle Animal Shelter and humane societies protects cats from contracting FIP. It is possible, since Kitty Harbor accepts rescues from around the state, that our kitten had FIP before reaching Kitty Harbor, but it’s worth considering adopting a cat from an environment which houses the cats in separate cages. I wouldn’t wish the sort of heartbreak and trauma our family and our kitten endured on anyone. At the end of his life our kitten lost the use of his legs entirely. I think the people at Kitty Harbor are deeply well-intended, but they need to house the cats separately to prevent FIP.

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