Homeward Pet Blog

Play Time!

Molly, from Homeward Pet’s Cat Behavior Team, sent these great pictures of two of our most energetic cats enjoying the heck out of getting some much-needed play therapy in the shelter.  Stella, a white ‘n’ black 2-year old Domestic Shorthair, and Julius, a 9-month old brown ‘n’ black, medium-haired tabby, are both available for adoption.

Read about all of our Available Cats and Kittens.

Why Not Ginger?

A big THANK YOU to Pawsitive Alliance, Pet Connection magazine and Q-13 Fox TV for featuring our own adoptable feline, Ginger, on Q-13’s Saturday morning news as part of the “Why Not Me?” pet adoption program.  Pawsitive Alliance’s “Why Not Me?” program focuses on bringing more attention to dogs and cats – like our extra-soft, FIV+, orange tabby Ginger –  who’ve been waiting at local shelters for over 60 days to find their forever homes.  Come in and check out this budding TV star today!

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Read more about Ginger and all of our available cats and kittens.

Thanks to GS Troop 40908!

A huge THANK YOU to Kirkland’s Girl Scout Troop 40908, who spent a recent Saturday afternoon at Denny’s Pet World collecting donations for the homeless cats and dogs at Homeward Pet.  They brought in this mountain of pet food and supplies over the weekend.  Thanks again for all your hard work and caring!
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Happy Tail – Wolfie!

Wolfie is adored by our four human children and parents.  If he hadn’t gotten love in the past, he is definitely making up for it.  His sweet and playful nature put smiles on our faces.  We think he is our therapy cat because he exactly knows what to do when we need a little furry love.  We are so happy we walked into your rescue that day.  Thank you so much for rescuing him!   -Kimi
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Contact Information
Adoption Hours:
Phone:
Our Address:
Wed - Sun, 12 - 6pm
425.488.4444
P.O. Box 2293
13132 NE 177th Place
Woodinville, WA 98072
Homeward Pet Adoption Center is a non‑profit, no‑kill animal shelter. Our mission is to give homeless animals a second chance through rescue, shelter, and adoption.