6514 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115
If you would like to find out how to help an animal in need by fostering a cat, download our Animal Talk Rescue Foster Program Handbook for comprehensive information on foster home requirements.
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You don't have to give up your pet! Help is out there:
We're excited to announce that Animal Talk Rescue will be participating in GiveBIG, the Seattle Foundation's online charitable giving event, on Wednesday May 15, 2013!
When you give through GiveBIG on The Seattle Foundation's website on May 15, ATR will also receive a prorated portion of the matching funds (or "stretch") pool. It's a great way to make your gift have an even BIGGER impact on the lives of the cats and kittens in our care. We couldn't provide even feed the hundreds of animals we serve evall the life-saving medications, spay/neuter surgeries or ery year without your help.
BONUS: If 25 people come together to support ATR and make a BIG difference for kitties on May 15, then celebrity rescue kitty Mr. Dooley will put on this special spring thank-you costume, just for you!
Oz was living in a filthy dumpster, about to give birth to a litter of five kittens. Luckily, a kind-hearted person found her and brought her to Animal Talk Rescue, where one-by-one she and her kittens found loving homes. Soon after, Oz was adopted by a wonderful family who adore her.
To end the plight and suffering of homeless, neglected and abused companion animals, and to educate the public about the benefits of spaying and neutering.
We are a non-profit no kill rescue in Seattle. If you are looking to adopt a cat or kitten, please come visit us, or learn more about our adoptable pets on Petfinder.
While the rescue focus has been primarily with cats and kittens, rescue of any abused, abandoned or neglected companion animals is undertaken, provided there is space available. In past years, dogs, puppies and even iguanas have been rescued, treated and cared for until suitable new caretakers have been found.
Animal Talk Pet Shop opened its doors in 1990. It wasn't long before homeless cats and kittens began to find their way to Animal Talk's doorstep and Animal Talk Rescue was formed. The rescue worked for 10 years before the decision was made to become a full 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization. Animal Talk Rescue was made official on March 1, 2000.
We cannot accept lost and found animals, the law states they must be handled by your local Animal Control. (Check here to find Animal Control for your area.)