1037 NE 65TH ST #146, 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. Then email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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You don't have to give up your pet! Help is out there:
Animal Talk Rescue has moved out of its location on Roosevelt Way. We are currently seeking a new adoption center location. Moving is expensive! Can you help us with our latest fundraising initiative to help us pay for our new location?!
In the meantime, we need foster homes! Do you have a bathroom or a room you can accommodate one or two cats for approximately 2 months? Please consider fostering a cat or kittens. ATR provides the food and litter, plus guidance. You provide love and safety.
Thank you all for your continued support!
Traditionally, Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving, where hoards of people rush to get the best deals on the holiday shopping list. But for ATR this year, Black Friday starts before Thanksgiving! We're having a 50% off adoption fees special starting Nov. 24, through Nov. 30. That means only $25 for a cat 2+ years old, and $50 for a cat 1 - 2 years old. Hurry and beat the rush! Email email@example.com for information.
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.
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.
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.)
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