My name is Libby!

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

Facts about Libby

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: C1169
  • Hair: Medium
Libby is a loving, outgoing, friendly, and chatty. She is available for foster or adoption.
She wants a home that will treat her as a family member and love her forever. She is about 12 yrs old. In her first home she was very kind and patient with the child of the family, who was about 3 years old. In her second home, she got along with the human residents. She didn't get the medical attention she needed and her kidney disease progressed. She had two homes already, but for one reason or another she ended up back to the rescue. Not her fault, other than needing a little extra care. Because of her kidney disease, she needs sub Q fluids, which she accepts easily. She has a special diet that she gets her medicine in. This is the sweetest cat in the whole world. She would like a home to live in as well as people to love her and take care of her. She is social, talkative and a complete charmer. Are you Libby's person? Stop by our rescue or email us for more informationWhen 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.

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.

Our cats are spayed or neutered, microchipped, FVRCP vaccinated, and come with a free post-adoption vet exam.

Thanks again!

Seattle Area Feline Rescue team

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.