East Lake Washington Audubon Society
PO Box 3115
Nature Store & Office:
Weekdays 10am - 2pm
Saturday 12 - 4pm
308 4th Ave S
Pilchuck Audubon Society
1803 Hewitt Ave, #108
Rainier Audubon Society
PO Box 778
Seattle Audubon Society
8050 35th Ave NE
National feral cat net-work, videos and educational fact sheets available
1801 Belmont Rd NW Ste 201
Washington DC 20009
Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project
Weekly free spay/neuter clinics for feral and homeless cats, helping to end feline homelessness
11331 Roosevelt Way NE
Spay & neuter and return of ferals and other cats
230 McRae Rd NE
|Declawing involves cutting off the first digit of each cat finger. Declawed cats cannot climb, protect themselves, or even scratch an itch. If your cat scratches furniture, clip his or her nails. You can also teach them to use a scratching post or consider claw covers.
|Don't let your dog or cat roam outside unattended. Companion animals face innumerable dangers when outside on their own.
Other animals, cars, poisons, and unfriendly neighbors may pose threats to your dog or cat.
Make sure your companion animal has an ID chip, tattoo, or a tag with your contact information so you can be reached
in the event of an injury or if they are found by someone else.