Louie, a gray, short-haired tabby cat, disappeared from his home near Phinney Avenue and 43rd Street on Sunday evening. He is 16 years old with a white chin and chest. If you’ve seen him, please call 206-547-0594.
June 8th, 2015 by Doree
April 27th, 2015 by Doree
A cat named CC was last seen in the 100 block of NW 101st Street on April 22.
If anyone has seen him, please call Doug or Judy at 206-789-0489.
April 22nd, 2015 by Doree
Ilga says her orange and white cat, named Biscuit, has been missing since early Tuesday morning from Greenwood Avenue and North 76th Street. He has stomach issues and needs medication.
He was wearing a purple collar with fake rhinestones and a magnet to get in and out of his cat door. He’s also chipped. She says he’s very shy but may be hissing because of his stomach issues.
If you’ve seen Biscuit, she says to call or text day or night: 206-707-3555.
March 10th, 2015 by Doree
Update: Popeye has been found.
Earlier: Jamie’s 14-year-old orange tabby, Popeye, has been missing for a few days from his home at North 67th Street and Linden Avenue North. He is sick (possibly cancer) and is now thinner than in the picture below.
He lost his collar and is likely not microchipped. If you see him, please call or text Jamie at 206-790-0081.
March 4th, 2015 by Doree
Barb tells us a young male tuxedo cat has been wandering around on 2nd Avenue NW between NW 70th and 72nd streets and she’s concerned that he’s lost.
He’s very friendly, and has a very loud yowl. He makes his presence known. He flops down and rolls around as soon as I approach him. He is very trusting and wants to relate and comes to “kitty.”
He comes by late afternoon or early evening. Maybe he’s doing rounds, or maybe his owner lets him out at that time. Or maybe he’s lost. Is this cat yours or a neighbor’s?
Please contact Barb at 206-941-0840 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 1st, 2015 by Doree
Update: Nasi has been found and returned home.
Earlier: Tracey says her small orange tabby, named Nasi, did not return home to Dayton Avenue North and North 97th Street on Friday.
He is missing his collar and tags, which were found in our yard. He is super friendly and we hope that a loving person thought he was a stray and picked him up. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have seen him.
January 8th, 2015 by Doree
A cat named Otter is missing from Greenwood. More info from her owners:
Otter, the cat, is quite the socialite around the 9200 block of Phinney Ave. Trouble is, she’s not checked in at any of the places she’s known to visit in the past few days. If you’ve seen her or if she’s convinced you she’s a homeless waif, please let us know. We’ve gotten kinda worried. She’s 15. No collar at the moment, and she is kinda scrawny.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any info.
December 31st, 2014 by Doree
Update Jan. 8: Tip has been found.
Earlier: Ted says his white cat named Tip disappeared from his Green Lake home on Dec. 26. Tip is an indoor/outdoor cat. Ted thinks Tip may have jumped into the Albert Lee Appliance delivery truck that was parked in front of their home that day. The truck’s next delivery was in Phinney Ridge near NW 73rd Street and 6th Avenue NW, so he’s thinking that if Tip did get into the truck, he may have jumped out here in our neighborhood.
Tip is a 2-year-old Birman, no collar or microchip. He is white, with a black tail that is white on the tip (hence his name). He also has a permanent eye infection that is very noticeable.
In this photo, Tip is on top of his sister.
If you’ve seen Tip, please call Ted at 206-295-3312.
UPDATE: RHINO FOUND — Rhino the gray cat disappeared Friday; Sophia the black cat still missing since July
December 30th, 2014 by Doree
Update: Rhino has just been found at a PAWS shelter in Lynnwood.
Earlier: Francie’s gray cat, named Rhino, has been missing from North 84th Street and Linden Avenue North in Greenwood since Friday.
Rhino the cat has always been an outdoor cat who comes home to eat multiple times a day. Neighbors know him as well but no one has seen him. He doesn’t wear a collar (refuses) and isn’t micro-chipped yet.
If you’ve seen him, call Francie at 206-330-8801.
And Cynthia sent us a note to say that her black cat, Sophia, who disappeared in July from NW 65th Street and 2nd Avenue NW, is still missing. She is microchipped but has no collar; the tip of her right ear is cut off straight across. She is an indoor cat who got out of the house accidentally.
Most likely she will not approach anyone and will run away from anyone who approaches her. It would be great if someone sees her, they leave a little food out and call me…or just call me so that I may set up a humane trap to save her. She left at a weight of about 10 pounds but has most likely lost weight and may appear small. She has a small delicate head and green/gold eyes. We miss her desperately and want to have her safe at home. We continue to post signs and check the shelter, but someone is taking down many of our signs. Very sad and counter productive. Cynthia 206-459-5563.
This photo is not of Sophia, but of one of her housemates who looks very similar.