Ed Murray, Mayor
SUBJECT: Seattle Animal Shelter presents Cool City Pets on Saturday, Nov. 16
11/13/2013 3:30:00 PM
Don Jordan (206) 386-4286
Kara Main-Hester (206) 386-4293
Julie Moore (206) 684-0909
Seattle Animal Shelter presents Cool City Pets on Saturday, Nov. 16
Small animals showcased for adoption at the shelter
Have your kids been begging for a pet of their own? If you’re ready to give in, but are still afraid you don’t have the space for a dog or maybe someone in your household is allergic to cats, the Seattle Animal Shelter has the perfect solution: start small.
Come on down to the shelter on Saturday, Nov. 16, for Cool City Pets, an adoption event highlighting small animals looking for their forever homes. From 1-3 p.m., potential adopters can meet the many small animals available for adoption from the shelter, including: rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, rats, birds, reptiles, ferrets, mice and more.
Volunteer small-animal specialists will be on hand to help adopters find the right pet for them. They provide information about each animal’s characteristics and needs, demonstrate basic care and handling skills, and answer questions. The Seattle Animal Shelter features Cool City Pets the third Saturday of every month.
All ages are welcome, but children must be accompanied by an adult. Animals may be adopted by adults only. Adopters must be prepared to provide proper housing, food, water, toys and other materials necessary for the care and good health of the animal. The adoption fee for small animals ranges from $15-$40.
The Seattle Animal Shelter is located at 2061 15th Ave. W, about a mile south of the Ballard Bridge. If you would like more information or directions, please call 206-386-7387 (PETS) or visit the shelter’s website at http://www.seattleanimalshelter.org.
The shelter is open Wednesday through Sunday, noon-6 p.m. for adoptions and for licensing.
The Seattle Animal Shelter reserves the right to approve or deny any animal adoptions and limits the number of small animal adoptions to no more than three per household.