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My name is Edgar!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Shoreline, Washington - Edgar
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Shoreline, Washington - Edgar
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I'm being cared for by:
Seattle Area Feline Rescue

Facts about Edgar

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: K1566B - A33977477
  • Hair: Medium
Edgar is a shy 9-year kitty who likes dogs and is a little reluctant with people.
He is stressed out at the rescue, after losing his home of many years - he needs a patient family, willing to give him space and let him blossom.

**This kitty's adoption fee is sponsored by Zappos! There is no fee to adopt Edgar if you adopt between Nov. 25-28.**


Edgar is a kitty that loves his dog, but didn't get along with the other kitty in his home. He is shy at the adoption center and may grumble to let you know he is uncomfortable. We love him and his old man self. Please stop by to meet him. DOB ~10/1/2007.
We are open for adoptions Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 12pm -7pm, and Mondays from 2pm-5pm.
Please refer to our website (www.SeattleAreaFelineRescue.org) 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 (www.SeattleAreaFelineRescue.org).

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.