Seattle Humane has run out of cat food and is calling on the public to help out. The non-profit shelter houses and adopts out homeless cats and dogs, but this year’s kitten season has depleted the shelter’s bank of cat food.
Seattle Humane has already adopted out 3,515 cats and dogs this year alone. The bustling shelter is located in Bellevue, and its Food Bank program serves over 300 families in King County. The Seattle Humane Food Bank gives low-income seniors and King County residents who are living with HIV/AIDS the supplies that they need, like cat food, in order to be able to keep their pets.
The shelter will be hosting Catapalooza this weekend. The two-day event offers discounted adoption fees over the weekend, which can help to encourage adoptions. However, the shelter needs your help.
Seattle Humane is requesting donations of cat food to help them get through kitten season. The shelter encourages you to order the pet food off of Amazon using this link, since the shelter also receives a percentage of the proceeds through the Amazon Smile program. Ship the pet food to the shelter, located at 13212 S.E. Eastgate Way, Bellevue, WA, 98005. If you’re local, you can also drop off your donation at the shelter.