What Seattle Humane is doing to help: 

Seattle Humane is working with national animal welfare groups on a large-scale natural disaster response for hurricane relief in Texas and Puerto Rico, as well as relief efforts in California due to recent wild fires. We remain committed to working with local rescue partners, and continue to transfer in pets from Washington shelters on a weekly basis through our Life-Saver Rescue Program. 

Ways to help:

To donate:
Donate to Seattle Humane’s Disaster Fund to help transfer, care for, treat and place animals who come to us due to natural disasters. 

To volunteer:
Please attend the next volunteer orientation. Learn more here. 

To adopt:

· Please continue to check our website for available pets. Checking our social networks at @SeattleHumane is also a great resource for adoptable pets. Due to the number of inquiries, we are unable to respond to questions regarding specific pets. 

· We are working diligently to get all of the transferred pets the medical care they need, and will get them to the adoption floor as soon as possible. Remember adopting any pet will help with disaster relief efforts, as it opens up more space for another deserving pet in need. 

· We do not accept holds placed remotely on pets and applications are completed in person at our shelter. No reservation or appointment is needed to visit our shelter.

Seattle Humane is open 7 days a week:
Sun-Wed: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thu-Sat: 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. 

Well Hello There!

Chunk and his new brother Kernel are getting along greatly now. They love to play! Chunk is a love bug and wants cuddles all the time, which I just adore. 

Chunk & Kernel's New Family