My name is Dot!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Shoreline, Washington - Dot
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I'm being cared for by:
Seattle Area Feline Rescue

Facts about Dot

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 165325
  • Hair: Medium
DOT (aka, Spot)

Female Cat aged Cat.


Dot is not a SAFe Rescue kitty. Please read below for contact information on how to meet her. Dot was adopted from the Seattle Animal Shelter 13 years ago. She was a 6 month old kitten then found in the Central District. She has had the same owner all her life. Sadly the owner's husband is severely allergic to cats. She is heartbroken to have to adopt out her long-time companion.

Though Dot is older, she is often mistaken for a younger cat because of her petite (though slightly overweight) size. Words that describe Dot include: cuddly, spunky, young in spirit, yet mellow with age. Dot has the loudest purr, that can be heard across the room. She used to be called "Spot the Puppy" as a kitten because she would fetch balls! She is always friendly with strangers, and is begging to have a lap on which to sit as her owner has two small children and never sits. Dot has her claws, but has not ventured outside recently given the wild animals in the neighborhood. She eats dry food, has no health problems/dietary restrictions and is housetrained. She is a low-maintance companion.

The owner would truly like to find the best forever home for Dot. (She'd also love to have visitation rights!)

Your kindness would be forever appreciated.

Contact Nancy at 206-818-5866 to discuss and set up a meeting for her.We are open for adoptions Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 12pm -7pm, and Mondays from 2pm-5pm.
Please refer to our website ( for our adoption policies. You can also find fees other helpful tips about adopting from SAFe Rescue.

About Seattle Area Feline Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Our Mission

To save the lives of homeless, neglected and at-risk cats and kittens; by spaying and neutering, by providing safe refuge and rehabilitation, and by finding felines permanent, stable homes.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Please stop by our adoption center to meet our adoptable kitties. Our adoption fees and hours of operation are listed on our website (

Our Adoption Process...

Adopters must agree to keep the pet for the duration of the cat's life--up to 20 years. We require an indoor-only situation. Kittens 6 months old or younger are adopted out in pairs/multiples unless another suitable kitten or young cat is already in the home. Research has shown that this is healthiest for you and your kitten and is the policy of many no-kill shelters.