Bailey is a 9 year kitty that lost the only family he ever knew when they adopted a dog. Bailey got too scared and stressed out and they decided to surrender him. When he came to our rescue we found out that he had some neurological problems. These problems makes him walk a little strange and have a somewhat vague stare. He chirps, loves catnip toys, dinner and is a social fellow.
In the care of a foster family, Bailey has since blossomed into a charming and chatty fellow, although quirky due to his condition. He consistently uses his litter box, but he is not able to empty his bladder fully. For this reason, when his belly is pressed against his bed he may leak urine - this can be managed by putting a pee pad that can be easily changed or helping him express his bladder.
We are looking for a temporary or forever home for Bailey. If you have the heart, time, and space to give this fantastic cat a temporary home, the rescue will cover the veterinary expenses, his medicine, and his food. Your responsibility is administering medication three times a day and, most importantly, giving this handsome guy your love. In this case, Please email email@example.com to learn more about him and set up a visit (he is not in our adoption facility)
If you're interested in giving Bailey a forever home, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a meet and greet.
***Bailey’s adoption fee has been sponsored by Maddie’s Fund! There is no charge to adopt this kitty.***
Thanks for looking out for the kitties who need a little extra love and understanding!
DOB ~05/26/2007When you choose to adopt, you are making it possible to save another life!
These are the answers to some frequently asked questions. If your question is not covered here, we will get back to you within a few days. We are a small organization, and we appreciate your understanding and patience as we work to respond to each inquiry.
Are you wondering if the kitty you saw online is still available? We update our list every day—the cats and kittens shown online are available as of our Adoption Center's opening time on the day you did your search. www.SeattleAreaFelineRescue.org/adoptable-pets/
Do I have to make an appointment to see our kitties? You do not—you can just stop by during our adoption hours. We are open noon to 7 pm, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, 2pm-5pm on Mondays. We are not open for adoptions on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays. Check our website for holiday hours. Most of our cats are at the Adoption Center. Some cats are in foster care. If so, that is noted in their profile.
In 2017, we will be closed for adoptions January 13, 14 15 and 16. We will re-open January 20.
Where we are located? 14717 Aurora Ave. N, Shoreline, WA 98133.
Do you have an online adoption application? Our rescue does not have an adoption application that needs to be filled out in advance. Everything is done at the time of your visit to the Adoption Center or to the foster home.
Do I need to buy a carrier or food before adopting? No. We sell carriers, food, litter, litterboxes, toys and anything else you may you need for the kitties in our retail section of the rescue. 100% of the profits go back into the rescue to support our mission.
What are your adoption fees and what is included?
· Adult cat 7 years and older: $50
· Cat or kitten* under 7 years: $125
· Two cats or kittens under 7 years: $200
Note that kittens under 6 months of age are adopted in pairs. They need another young feline to continue their socialization and growth into a well adjusted adult cat. http://www.seattleareafelinerescue.org/single-kitten-syndrome/
Our cats are spayed or neutered, microchipped, FVRCP vaccinated, and come with a free post-adoption vet exam.
Seattle Area Feline Rescue team