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8/12/2015
With warm temperatures expected for the annual Hempfest celebration this weekend, the Seattle Animal Shelter is reminding pet owners to exercise good judgment and leave pets at home. Pets, besides service animals, are not allowed at Hempfest. According to the festival’s website, there is no safe place to leave or secure your pet at the […]
7/10/2015
It was all smiles and purrs today as kittens descended on City Hall, renamed “Kitty Hall” in a proclamation by Mayor Ed Murray, highlighting the benefits of cat ownership and encouraging the public to consider cat adoption from the Seattle Animal Shelter. The public was invited to Kitty Hall to play with and cuddle kittens […]
7/8/2015
On Friday, July 10, kittens will once again descend on City Hall when Mayor Ed Murray renames it “Kitty Hall” for the day, to promote awareness of the Seattle Animal Shelter and encourage shelter cat adoptions. WHAT: Seattle Animal Shelter’s interactive kitten tent WHEN: Friday, July 10, noon–1 p.m. WHERE: Kitty Hall Plaza at Fourth […]
7/2/2015
For many people, Fourth of July celebrations are synonymous with barbecues and fireworks. While fun for people, these holiday festivities create potential hazards for pets. The Seattle Animal Shelter encourages you to make July Fourth activities safe for the furry members of your family by offering a handful of holiday tips. “Fourth of July can […]

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