Added: Ian Bullard - Date: 31.12.2021 13:08 - Views: 45028 - Clicks: 9920
The Seattle Animal Shelter SAS is calling on the community to help find forever homes for animals who were rescued in two seizure cases. Up to animals, including cats, rabbits and guinea pigs, that were rescued from two homes are now up for adoption at the shelter. Bear is one of 70 cats seized from a studio apartment and now available for adoption at Seattle Animal Shelter. SAS field staff recently responded to a call from a concerned neighbor and seized more than 70 cats from a square foot studio apartment in downtown Seattle.
In that case, in OctoberSAS removed animals from a property in West Seattle following the successful execution of a search warrant by the shelter and Seattle Police Department. The animals, which were discovered in cages inside and outside a home on the property, were treated at the shelter for severe neglect and malnourishment.
After months of care at the shelter and in volunteer foster homes, the animals were surrendered to the shelter in early Now healthy and having received excellent care by SAS staff at the shelter and volunteers in foster homes, the animals are ready to find new families and be welcomed into loving forever homes. In the most recent case, where cats were seized from a studio apartment, the owner is being cooperative and it appears to be a situation that quickly grew out of control. SAS has reached out to its volunteer foster parents, their shelter partners, and the public for support for the care and adoption of the cats.
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