Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Start the New Year with a new furry, four-legged family member to warm your heart and home

The holiday adoption celebration at the Seattle Humane Society will continue through Sunday. Adoption fees are being waived on all cats 1-year and older. Animal lovers can also adopt a bunny, guinea pig or other critter for free! This is Seattle Humane's holiday gift to the community. What better way to ring in the new year than with a pet from the Seattle Humane Society!

Visit the pets at the shelter at the junction of I-405 and I-90 in Bellevue.

The Seattle Humane Society has been offering free adult cat adoptions since the beginning of December as its holiday gift to the community. More than 290 adopters took advantage of that gift, making it a record month for adoptions. The promotion was scheduled to end on Dec. 31, but was so successful that the shelter is running it through this weekend and opening it up to include other small animals.

The Seattle Humane Society encourages animal lovers to warm their homes this season with a new furry family member who will add love all year long! To see the pets online, go to

The Seattle Humane Society is open seven days a week from noon until 6 p.m. and is located on Eastgate Way at the junction of I-405 and I-90 in Bellevue.


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