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Boston Street sidewalk repair begins Monday

July 13th, 2014 by Laura

Boston Sidewalk Repair 1SDOT will begin a sidewalk repair project on Boston Street tomorrow, Monday, July 14th. The sidewalk from just west of Queen Anne Ave N down to and across the alley behind Starbucks is slated for repairs that include removing broken sections of sidewalk and enlarging the tree pits along the sidewalk.

The project was proposed by the Queen Anne Community Council and Picture Perfect Queen Anne. Funds for the sidewalk repair are being drawn from the Neighborhood Parks and Street Fund.

SDOT estimates that the project will take approximately three weeks.

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Seattle Animal Shelter Pet of the Week: Critters!

July 11th, 2014 by Laura

On Fridays we feature an adoptable pet from the Seattle Animal Shelter (SAS). SAS is located at 2061 15th Ave W, just north of Whole Foods, at the corner of W. Armory Way. SAS is open Wednesday – Sunday, noon-6pm.

Queen Anne View has not met any of these pets – SAS is providing us with the description, as they know them well. We encourage potential adopters to get in touch with SAS and work with them to evaluate the compatibility of your home and a new pet.
Updates on previous pets:                 

Bella – (dilute torti kitty with loads of personality) available for adoption
Bunnies – Bella, Luna & Roscoe available for adoption
Mama (lap cat) – available for adoption
Chinchillas – available for adoption
Angie & Ninja (pair of senior dogs) – available for adoption
Cosmo (yellow lab mix) – available for adoption
Pounce (silky grey cat) – available for adoption
Elsa (white kitty) – available for adoption

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Critters of Every Shape and Size

The Seattle Animal Shelter provides refuge for a wide range of animals. This week, meet some of the less common pets that we have available for adoption.

Doves 2014-7-11 1The Dove Family – Bubbles, Promise and Picasso (SAS ID #14-18589/1-3)

This adorable mom, dad, and baby trio are looking for a forever home together. You’ll be charmed in no time by their sweet cooing and gentle nature. Doves are very social and do well with other doves. They are good pets for both novice and experienced bird owners. Doves require simple housing, protection from extreme elements, easily accessible food, and clean water. They are usually active from sun up to sun down. The dove family is at the Shelter. 

Archimedes – The Red-eared Slider Turtle (SAS ID #14-16407)

Archimedes 2014-7-11 1Archimedes is an active and handsome red-eared slider turtle. He’s currently sharing a tank with several other slider turtles at the shelter, all of whom are looking for good forever homes.

Archimedes has an old injury on his shell, which has healed, that adds to his character.

Slider turtles have special requirements in order to stay happy and healthy. Potential adopters should have previous experience with exotic turtles and/or have done extensive research on their care and needs. Archimedes is at the Shelter. 

And Don’t Forget the Chinchillas!

Skylar Smore 2014-7-11 1The Shelter took in 21 neglected chinchillas in April – read more about them here. We still have some chins available for adoption, like Skylar and S’more (how cute are they?!)

Skylar Smore 2014-7-11 2Skylar is a grey and white chinchilla girl who is friendly, curious about the world, and the leader of the group. She makes herself right at home–whether that’s your lap, on a desk, or exploring under the bed. She’s gregarious and active, and loves to play with your hair and nibble on your nose.

Skylar Smore 2014-7-11 3S’more is a dark brown chinchilla girl with a cute, pointy face. She’s less adventurous than Skylar, but she enjoys the routine of our day. She likes to approach you on her terms, and when you let her decide when it’s time to interact, she’ll try to climb into your pockets. When she’s had enough playtime, she gets back in the cage all on her own.

Skylar and S’more (SAS ID #14-16301/19 & 21) are a bonded pair of female chinchillas who must be adopted together. They are in a foster home, not at the Shelter. Potential adopters should complete a small animal adoption application and fax it to (206) 386-4285 attention Laura Mundy, email it to laura.mundy@seattle.gov or call (206) 684-0685 to arrange a meeting. Thank you!

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Tips and cooling center locations for our impending heat wave

July 11th, 2014 by Laura

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Pug at last year’s Queen Anne Fun Run
It was hot, but not 90s!

At 2:28pm today, the National Weather Service upgraded our excessive heat warning to a heat advisory, from 11am Saturday to 6pm Monday.

It’s going to be hot and there are a ton of outdoor events planned on Queen Anne this weekend – the Queen Anne Fun Run/Walk, Queen Anne Days, and the Queen Anne Running of the Bulls. Plus, the annual Queen Anne Days Sidewalk Sale at local merchants spans the weekend. Stay safe out there!

Below are tips from the Office of the Mayor – the Libraries and cooling centers have been edited for proximity to Queen Anne. Click here for the full list.

Also, remember that Little Howe (aka East Queen Anne) wading pool is open on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Sundays from noon to 7pm.

Hot weather tips

  • When you’re outside, limit the time you’re in direct sunlight and avoid or reduce activities that are tiring or take a lot of energy.
  • Take extra precaution if you work outside and know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
  • Do not leave infants, children, people with mobility challenges and pets in a parked car, even with the window rolled down.
  • Check in with your elderly neighbors and relatives to make sure they are staying cool too.
  • Drink plenty of water. Don’t wait until you’re thirsty to drink.
  • Avoid drinks with caffeine, alcohol and large amounts of sugar because they can actually de-hydrate your body. 

Protect your pets
Pets are especially vulnerable in high heat and the Seattle Animal Shelter recommends the following:

  • Never leave your animal chained or penned up directly in sunlight. Provide a shady area for retreat, such as a dog house, porch or shady tree, and always provide cool water.
  • If you leave animals indoors, open the windows, keep a fan running, provide plenty of water, and if possible, leave them in a cool location.
  • Never leave dogs or cats unattended in a closed, locked car. Animals do not perspire like humans; they cool themselves by panting and vinyl seats in vehicles get hot under animals’ feet and prevent them from perspiring through their paws.
  • If you must travel with your pet, carry water.
  • Avoid overexerting your animal in hot weather.
  • For birds, take caution and place the bird’s cage away from direct sunlight during the intense heat of the afternoon. Provide water and fruits and vegetables with high moisture content.

Libraries
The following Seattle Public Library locations are equipped with air conditioning, and serve as cooling centers when the area experiences extreme heat. Please call the individual location before you go for open hours and to verify that the air conditioning is working.

  • Central Library (1000 4th Ave) – 206-386-4636
  • Ballard (5614 22nd Ave NW) – 206-684-4089
  • Greenwood (8016 Greenwood Ave N) – 206-684-4086
  • Magnolia (2801 34th Ave W) – 206-386-4225
  • Wallingford (1501 N 45th St) – 206-684-4088

Seattle Center

  • Seattle Center Armory serves as an indoors cooling center; and tomorrow, visitors are most welcome to take in Seattle Center Festal:  Polish Festival from 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. in the Armory and Mural Amphitheatre
  • Armory Center House (Open 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. on Fridays & Saturdays and 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday)
  • International Fountain (Closed Saturday for a private event, but open until 9 p.m. Sunday)
  • Fountain of Creation (Open until midnight – when the Center Campus closes)

Senior Centers
The following senior centers have air conditioning or are relatively cool and are open to the public:

  • Greenwood Senior Center (525 N. 8th Street)
  • Ballard NW Senior Center (5429 32nd Ave NW)
  • Wallingford Community Senior Center (4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Suite 140)

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UPDATE – FOUND: Lost Boston Terrier near 1st Ave N and Warren

July 11th, 2014 by Laura

UPDATE: Sadie has been found and is home safe & sound!

Sadie Lost DogA Boston Terrier named Sadie is missing from a home near 1st Ave N and Warren St.

Sadie is 8 years old and weighs 10 pounds. She’s black and white and isn’t wearing a collar. She is micro-chipped. She was last seen at her home on the front porch around 12:30pm today.

She’s not afraid of people, so will come to you if called.

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Weekend Roundup – On & Around Queen Anne

July 10th, 2014 by Laura

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It’s going to be a hot one! There are plenty of outdoor activities and events this weekend, and the temps are supposed to hit the 90s. The NWS has issued an excessive heat watch for the area from 11am Saturday morning until 11pm Sunday night, so be safe if you’re running the Queen Anne Fun Run or having fun at Queen Anne Days!

If you have anything to submit to the Weekend Roundup, email us. You can also add your event to our new calendar. (You’ll be asked to sign up with for an account first.)

Traffic:

  • 520 bridge: fully closed, Friday night to Monday morning 

Multi-Day Events

Friday, July 11

Saturday, July 12

Sunday, July 13

Have an event that you would like us to report on? Drop us an email at tips@queenanneview.com

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New exhibit features the photography of Art Grice

July 10th, 2014 by Laura

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Art Grice, AG235, The Sense Series 1976

A new art exhibit opens this weekend at Stacya Silverman Art & Beauty. Perspective Then and Now: The Fine Art Photography of Art Grice runs from this Sunday, July 13th through September 7th, and the gallery is holding an opening reception this Sunday from 1pm to 4pm.

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Art Grice, AG966, Paris 2013

Art Grice is an architectural and fine arts photographer based on Bainbridge Island. In his early years, Grice focused on illustration and fine art photography. Photography was the real draw though; he opened a gallery in Vancouver, BC, and taught photography classes and workshops at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver School of Art, and the NW College of Art.

Grice has received a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts for 3-D photography and his work has been published in both books and magazines worldwide.

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Art Grice, AG234, The Senses Series 1977

In 2003, Grice founded Arts Studio Gallery with the goal of showing Northwest artists, sculptors and photographers. This year, the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art hosted a show of his work as well as 26 other artists who had shown their work in his studio.

In his own words, here’s what you can expect in the upcoming show:

“After many years of pleasant distractions I’m rediscovering the photographic world I left behind.  Traditional landscape, the senses series and new street images were themes in my older work that I thought I would get back to but I always seem to get drawn into new ideas with only threads of the old work coming through. So, here are a few older prints and maybe a hint of the new.”

Stacya Silverman Art & Beauty is at 614 W McGraw Street Suite 101. For more information on the show, you can contact Stacy at 206.270.9465 or via email.

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Today’s lineup at the Queen Anne Farmers Market

July 10th, 2014 by Laura

2014PosterQAFMIt’s Thursday and it’s summer – that means the Queen Anne Farmers Market. The skies will be sunny, the temps warm, the market hopping!

Here’s today’s line-up to help plan your trip to the market:

Kid’s Story Time
4pm-5pm: Join us for some farmers market-themed stories for the littles followed by an open hour of art creations for kids of all ages. A delightful way for kids to participate in their community market.

Live Music On the Picnic Lawn
5pm-7pm: Sunday Speedtrap -  a QAFM favorite to rock your picnic lawn noshing!

Information Tent
We have bushels of fresh market tees, tote bags & posters. All proceeds benefit QAFM!

The list of regular vendors is available online, and in addition to featured winery White Heron Cellars, the regular food trucks will be joined by rotating trucks How Pickle Got Out of a Jam, Fish Basket, and Anchorhead Coffee.

Get out and enjoy the market tomorrow!

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Uptown Alliance meets Thursday – agenda includes Urban Design Framework, Bicycle Master Plan, and Parklet

July 9th, 2014 by Laura

uptownThe Uptown Alliance meets tomorrow, Thursday, July 10th at 7pm. The meeting is being held at the usual place, the EXPO Apartments building, 100 Republican St.

Below is this month’s agenda – the Uptown Parklet is on the list, and I’m sure the community group would be happy to take any questions or welcome any fundraisers or donors!

• Greetings & Introductions

• Round Robin of topics of concern

• Rick Hooper: Uptown’s Urban Design Framework Charrette #1 report and incentive zoning in Uptown.  Discussion and possible vote on signing onto a letter.

• Report + Q&A:  Councilmember Sally Bagshaw’s Chief of Staff: Kate White and Alberta Bleck.

• Final report on the adopted Bicycle Master Plan: Map and Q&A on new/old bike routes to and through Uptown.

• Katie Idziorek: Report on Parklet funding development/planning

• Committee Reports

• Adjourn

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The Uptown Parklet needs your help

July 8th, 2014 by Laura

The planned Uptown Parklet has already passed several hurdles – planning, design, and an ok from the city of Seattle. Check out the plan below, it even includes Uptown’s first Little Free Library!

Uptown Parklet

Now, the hard work begins for Parklet supporters, and you can help. The Uptown Alliance is the mastermind behind the Parklet, and the organization is in high-gear for fundraising and they have a $20,000 goal. That’s where you come in.

If you’d like to see a Parklet in front of SIFF Uptown, pitch in with your dollars. All amounts are accepted, and for varying gift levels you get the following:

  • $20: A big thank you on the Uptown Parklet Facebook page!
  • $50: A limited edition parklet postcard signed by the parklet designer!
  • $100: A complimentary SIFF Cinema ticket!
  • $250: Earn a place on the Uptown Parklet Walk of Fame, with your name etched in 1/2″ letters!
  • $1000: Earn a place on the Uptown Parklet Walk of Fame, with your name etched in 1″ letters!
  • $2500: Earn your very own star on the Uptown Parklet Walk of Fame, with your name etched in 2″ letters! 5 remaining.

If you want to donate to the Parklet, click here!

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KEXP is throwing a free party at its new Seattle Center site this Thursday

July 8th, 2014 by Laura

KEXP Seattle Center

Courtesy of SkB Architects

In the past, we’ve provided the heads up on the cool new home of local listener-powered radio station KEXP, and it’s gettting close. The station is moving into the new space next year, and to celebrate the upcoming move from Dexter & Denny to the Seattle Center, they’re throwing a party to celebrate. Best part? Everyone is invited!

“All In: The Rally for KEXP’s New Home” is this Thursday, July 10th from 6pm to 8pm in the Northwest Rooms at the Seattle Center. The celebration includes live music from local Seattle band The Cave Singers and a beer garden.

The celebration is also an opportunity to help raise funds for KEXP’s new station. All donations from July 10th through August 5th will be matched  from a pool that has contributions from musicians and supporters including Pearl Jam, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, and Dave Matthews.

Join KEXP on Thursday at the Seattle Center and get ready for their big move next year!

Edit: updated to add the name of the previously-surprise musical guest – The Cave Singers.

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June crime on Queen Anne: 29 burglaries, 46 car prowls, 36 car thefts, and more

July 7th, 2014 by Laura

We’ve had a lot of emails, Facebook messages, and tweets about crime on Queen Anne in June. The reader tips ranged from bold daytime home burglaries to small items stolen off porches and from yards. The weather’s been warm and it seems like criminals are taking advantage of it.

Provided below are June 2014 crime maps from Seattle Police Department (SPD), based on crimes reported to SPD. We’ve broken them out by the most popular crimes: burglaries, car prowls and car thefts – and included counts for June 2013 for comparison. This year, we’ve had more burglaries and car thefts, but fewer car prowls.

We also had one strong arm daytime robbery on Queen Anne, not shown on the maps below.

Reminder: report all crimes large and small to SPD. Something taken off your front porch? Car prowl? SPD has made it easy to report these small crimes online.

If you see a crime in progress or suspicious activity, call 911.

Burglaries: 29 in June 2014 compared to 18 in June 2013

Burglaries June 2014

In early June, two daytime robberies were reported to SPD with similar circumstances – 5 black males in their teens to early twenties, with backpacks. We do not have confirmation from SPD that these burglaries are related, but the circumstances are very similar. Plus, there was a third burglary two days later with a similar suspect description.

Below are June burglaries that have detailed SPD reports. Not all SPD reports include narrative descriptions, so the map will fill in the gaps on other reported instances.

June 4: 1800 block of 4th Ave N – this is the burglary we posted about on June 4. According to the SPD report, at 11:55am a neighbor reported seeing 5 young black males wearing backpacks on the porch of the house, then one inside the house throwing items down to the others. One suspect was also seen photographing a neighbor’s garage. The first floor of the house was locked when SPD arrived, but a second-story front window was wide open, where the suspects gained access. The victim reported to SPD that she left the window open only a few inches. The suspects fled the scene before SPD arrived.

June 4: 200 block of W Garfield – the same day as the 4th N burglary above. At 2:05pm a friend called 911 to report that the home had been ransacked and burglarized. Per the SPD report, she was arriving at the house with two children who live in the house. One of the children stated that “he was walking southbound down the alleyway from W Blaine St when he exited the alley and saw 5 black/hispanic males laughing and walking eastbound from the corner of W Garfield St and 1 Ave [He] recognized one of the male subjects.” He was able to identify the suspect from a school yearbook. SPD talked to the next-door neighbor, who stated that at 1pm she “noticed a group of four black males standing on the porch of residence… she thought they were friends because they entered the house through the front door – turns out that access was gained via breaking a basement window (not in the SPD report, but likely then opening the front door to let others in).

June 6: x block of W Raye St – victim called SPD to report that he heard someone knocking at the front door and the door bell ringing repeatedly. He did not immediately answer the door, but when he did, he saw “a black male with a backpack walking [northbound] along side the east of their house which is an alley then he turned [westbound] onto W. Raye Street.” Shortly afterward, the victim noticed that his laptop was missing and several dresser/cabinet doors were open. A kitchen window was unsecured and open.  According to the SPD report, an officer contacted the victim earlier in the day about “a suspicious/prowler 911 call of several black males with backpacks at the front door of the victim’s residence.”

June 8: 1800 block of 1st Ave N – victim called SPD when she returned home at 3am from a party next door to find her garage open and bike stolen. The victim’s unlocked car was parked in the driveway and the suspect used the garage  door opener to access the garage. Per the SPD report, a neighbor said she saw a man walk up the driveway and leave on a bike shortly afterward. She was unable to provide a description.

June 14: 2400 block of 4th Ave N – victim heard a loud noise at 11pm, turned on lights, but did not hear anything else. The next morning she noticed her kitchen window was partially open and called SPD. According to the SPD report, “the suspect had used a blunt device to pry the window in an upward position from the bottom wood frame… The suspect was able to move the window up but did not make entry.”

June 13-15: 1800 block of 4th Ave W – victims called 911 when they returned from out of town and discovered that someone had burglarized the house, after gaining entry from a 17” x 15” dog door.

June 17: 700 block of Crockett St – victim called 911 after waking to a noise at 4:30am and finding a female suspect through the window. Victim described her as white, 25 years old (+/- 5 years), brown hair. He yelled at her to get out and she responded “Oh I’m sorry I thought this was my [house] I was just trying to check on [redacted].” Per the SPD report, “There were observable signs of attempted entry to the bedroom window which included an opened security gate, a removed window screen, pry marks, and fingerprint smearing. The suspect(s) used a ladder to gain entry onto the balcony and attempted to gain entry through two other windows. The crank window had been damaged and left partially open. The sliding window had also been partially opened but stopped by the wooden dowel in place. No entry was made.”

June 17: 2400 block of 4th Ave N – victim called 911 to report that her bike had been stolen from her open garage during the day while she was working in her front yard.

Key findings:

  • Do not leave windows open, even a few inches, when you are not home
  • Do not leave garage door openers in unlocked/accessible cars
  • Burglars can fit through dog doors
  • Burglars will enter open garages even when you are home
  • If you store a ladder outside, burglars will use it
  • Be a vigilant neighbor and call 911 if you see suspicious activity

Car Prowls: 46 in June 2014 compared to 60+ in June 2013

Car Prowls June 2014

Car Thefts: 36 in June 2014 compared to 14 in June 2013

Car Thefts June 2014

Other property crime:

Reported property crime included multiple license plate thefts, and this list of reports to Queen Anne View:

June 5: Porch Items Theft – a reader just east of Queen Anne Ave N reported that between 10am and 2pm a large basket (18″ x 24″ x 16″) with garden shoes and umbrellas was stolen.

June 6: Garden Theft – a reader in the 2000 block of 1st Ave W reported that “someone came into our gated yard and clipped our day lilies. And helped themselves to our garden gloves too after coming onto our porch and looking through our shoe collection located in a rack close to our front door.”

June 6: Shoe Theft – neighbor of the reader above (garden theft) had 3 pairs of shoes stolen off their front porch in the 2000 block of 1st Ave W.

June 6-8: Package Theft – reader had 2 UPS boxes stolen from their porch near 1st Ave N and Lynn St. Packages contained 3 soap dispensers, reader found the open boxes, but not the soap dispensers.  SPD report filed.

June 21 (estimated): Bike Theft – reader had a bike stolen from their garage near 4th Ave W and Blaine St. Bike lock cable was cut, bike stolen.

June 25 (estimated): Burglary – 4th Ave N and Newton St (note: no SPD report available). Reader reported that his neighbors were burglarized midday on a weekday. The thieves entered the house by pushing a window unit air-conditioner though the window. The burglary took place after the nanny left to take the baby to the park.

June 26: LFL Vandalism – Little Free Library at 2nd Ave W and Boston St was vandalized and the bird-bath planter near it was knocked over.

July 1: Paintball Vandalism – reader reported that her car and others near 3rd Ave W and Crockett St were vandalized with paintball guns.

If you see a crime in progress or suspicious activity, call 911.

From our 2013 meeting with SPD, here are tips directly from SPD officers:

If you see something that is suspicious or are a victim of a crime, call 911 or the non-emergency number (206.625.5011). Here are some tips from the officers, to give you their perspective:

  • SPD officers gravitate to hot spots of activity – for example, repeated reports about suspicious activity at a park raises SPD’s awareness. A particular location can become a hot spot for proactive patrols.
  • Response time – with the limited number of SPD officers, you may not get instant gratification from a call for something like suspicious activity – but if you call for every incident, the tracking data will show there’s an ongoing issue, and SPD can target it proactively
  • Call a lot – to echo point #2, don’t stop calling just because the first call didn’t yield results. Tracking data is key, and calling repeatedly on criminal or suspicious activity does not make you a nuisance. Calls feed into the tracking database, which is key for identifying trends or hot-spots
  • When to call – the officers emphasized that residents need to call for both large and small issues. Don’t let smaller crimes go unreported: Did your car get broken into but nothing taken? Report it. Did a strange person walk through your backyard? Report it.

Here are the key items of information that help SPD when you call 911:

  • Good description of the person
  • Location – street name, number or hundred block, or address
  • Direction of travel
  • Identifying features and/or items: race, gender, height, weight, age, clothing, and any distinguishing features. Are they carrying a backpack? What color is it?

Let’s hope that July will be a better month for Queen Anne residents. Keep an eye out for your neighbors, especially during the height of vacation season and warm weather.

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Seattle Animal Shelter Pet of the Week: Bella

July 6th, 2014 by Laura

On Fridays (yes, today is Sunday – the 4th of July threw us off schedule) we feature an adoptable pet from the Seattle Animal Shelter (SAS). SAS is located at 2061 15th Ave W, just north of Whole Foods, at the corner of W. Armory Way. SAS is open Wednesday – Sunday, noon-6pm.

Queen Anne View has not met any of these pets – SAS is providing us with the description, as they know them well. We encourage potential adopters to get in touch with SAS and work with them to evaluate the compatibility of your home and a new pet.

Updates on previous pets:
Maple – (shepherd/husky mix) available for adoption
Bunnies – Xanadu adopted! Bella, Luna & Roscoe available for adoption
Mama (lap cat) – available for adoption
Chinchillas – available for adoption
Angie & Ninja (pair of senior dogs) – available for adoption
Cosmo (yellow lab mix) – available for adoption
Pounce (silky grey cat) – available for adoption
Elsa (white kitty) – available for adoption

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Meet Bella!

Bella 2014-7-3 1Bella is a happy, outgoing, goofball, who expresses herself with thunderous purrs and a comic “snorting” – rather like a piglet. A very sociable girl, she is friendly and perpetually good-natured. She enjoys being the center of attention, and follows her foster mom around, giving head-butts, foot-rubs and belly-exposing flops.

Bella plays hard and is fast on her feet, exhibiting incredible stamina in pursuit of “da bird” and other flying toys, and she loves to swan around the house proudly carrying a captured catnip mouse in her mouth to show off. For relaxation, she likes to snuggle on the sofa with her head in her foster mom’s lap.

Bella 2014-7-3 2Bella is a faithful user of her scratching post, and has impeccable litter box habits. She’s almost perfect… all she lacks is that special person or family who will take her home and love her forever. Other cats don’t ruffle her fur, and she is gentle with cat-savvy kids.

Call the Foster Care Hotline and make an appointment to meet the lovely Bella today!

Bella (SAS ID #14-15176-8) is being lavished with attention in a foster home, she is not at the Shelter. If you would like to meet her, please call the Foster Care Hotline at (206) 684-0685 to arrange a meeting. Thank you!

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