Feral Cat Assistance & Trapping

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Heart of the Earth Animal Equipment 

800-526-1644

High Quality Animal Traps & Equipment.

The equipment we use and recommend for trapping: http://www.animal-traps.com/tru-catch/30-light-duty-deluxe-30-x-9-x-11/

for netting: http://www.animal-traps.com/nets/freeman-cage-animal-net/


Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project

4001 198th St SW Ste #3

Lynnwood, WA 98036-6731

Phone: 425-673-CATS (2287)

Email: questions@feralcatproject.org

Great information about helping feral cats. They offer free S/N for feral cats.


WeSNIP

424 W Bakerview Road Ste 105-250

Bellingham, WA 98226

Phone: 360-733-6549

Email: yeswesnip@gmail.com

Whatcom Education, Spay & Neuter Impact Program was created to provide high-quality spay and neuter service to low income pet owners. Owners receiving public assistance (SSD/SSI, food stamps and others) or of very low income can call or email to discuss their eligibility. Feral cats are welcome.


Regional Animal Services King County (RASKC)

21615 64th Ave S

Kent, WA 98032

(206) 296-7387 (PETS)

Committed, collaborative, and compassionate animal care services

Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) provides King County with sustainable, cost effective services that protect people and animals, while providing humane animal care. Built on the cornerstone values of compassion and service.


A Path With Paws 

Lena McCullough, DVM

Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine.


Seattle Animal Shelter 

2061-15th Avenue West

Seattle, WA. 98119

206-386-7387

Great volunteer opportunities to help homeless cats and dog. They also have a S/N clinic. This clinic gets very full and limited during the busy time.


The Whole Cat and kaboodle

1048 116th Ave NE

Helping you care for the WHOLE cat

Nutrition & Behavior Consultation ~ Grooming ~ Boarding ~ Retail

Our mission is to transform the relationships that people have with their cats by teaching them how to see and understand the world from the cats perspective, and to providing tools to make that happen.

10600 NE 68th Street

Kirkland, WA 98033

Phone: 425-576-5548


Canopy Cat Rescue

Cat stuck in a tree? Call Canopy Cat Rescue, expert technical tree climbers who will come out and rescue your cat. Follow their ‘adventures’ on Facebook. These awesome guys work on a donation basis so every kitty has a chance to be rescued!


HealthLabs.com

Private & affordable lab testing

There are options available for people who have allergies that are looking to adopt, like adopting female animals or neutered males because they have less active sebaceous glands that create protein allergens, or adopting smaller pets (like cats) since they create smaller volumes of allergens, or that time and exposure can help lessen many reactions to allergies. More tips for living with pets and allergies are listed on our pet allergen testing pages.

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