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Everett Animal Shelter

Everett Animal Shelter Visit our website and see if your new furry friend is waiting for you. The Everett Animal Shelter cares for and houses lost or unwanted pets from Everett and most of Snohomish County.

The shelter staff and its volunteers work to prepare unwanted animals for adoption. The shelter has a solid volunteer program and welcomes new volunteers. For more information, please visit: www.everettwa.gov/148/Animal-Services

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Morgan and Wallen were found as strays, running Up Down the streets around More Than My Hometown. With no ID or tags, th...
03/28/2022

Morgan and Wallen were found as strays, running Up Down the streets around More Than My Hometown. With no ID or tags, they're lucky a good Samaritan decided to play Chasin' You before they became Somebody's Problem and were lost for 7 Summers or more.

These Outlaws had no ID and we had no leads on their family. They have been neutered and are now ready for adoption and deserve to be Livin' The Dream.

If you're interested in one of these cuties, send in an application before Quittin' Time!

https://www.everettwa.gov/161/Adopt-a-Pet

Morgan Wallen did not return our request to use his song titles in this write up, but we think he'd approve!

03/27/2022
Horace the bunny

Sunday Bun-day!

Meet Horace! Horace is an absolutely adorable little young adult lionhead. His life before the shelter was unknown but we do know he came to us very fearful with horribly overgrown teeth. He has been in foster care for 2 months and with some dental care and TLC, he has made tremendous strides in trusting people. He takes food and treats from his foster family and enjoys hanging out with humans present, but is still working on the courage to be touched. Just recently he has accepted gentle head touches and is now approaching his foster family on his own to boop their feet. Horace has impeccable litter box habits. He is truly a sweet bun and is quite curious and playful - he absolutely loves to throw his stacking cups!!

Horace must be adopted into an indoor-only, bunny-savvy home. His ideal family would be full of love and patience, willing to let him take his time to warm up, with a brave spayed female bunny companion that can teach him how good it can be to have humans spoil him! Horace is not suited to a house with small children or as a first-time bunny. He may also require more frequent care for his teeth.

To learn more, visit our website: https://www.everettwa.gov/161/Adopt-a-Pet

Happy Saturday, happy tail!"I adopted Callie, formerly Pippi, almost two years ago when she was just a tiny kitten. Our ...
03/27/2022

Happy Saturday, happy tail!

"I adopted Callie, formerly Pippi, almost two years ago when she was just a tiny kitten. Our family adores her, especially my 3 year old son whom she tolerates very well. Callie is feisty, affectionate and thinks she's queen of the house, which truthfully she is. Thank you for allowing us to have her and love her, she completes our family!"

Vinnie was found as a stray, so skinny his ribs and backbone were protruding. Our veterinarian labeled him with a body s...
03/26/2022

Vinnie was found as a stray, so skinny his ribs and backbone were protruding. Our veterinarian labeled him with a body score of 1.5 which is very underweight and dangerous. Vinnie is lucky he was picked up by a good Samaritan, we're not sure how much longer we would have survived on his own.

These photos don't tell the whole story, and we don't know why Vinnie is so underweight and malnourished, but he is safe now and learning what a full belly and warm bed feel like!

You can donate to Vinnie's care, and the care of all our homeless pets, on our website: https://www.everettwa.gov/170/Donate

Thank you to these two young animal lovers who collected donations for the shelter rather than receive birthday gifts. W...
03/24/2022

Thank you to these two young animal lovers who collected donations for the shelter rather than receive birthday gifts. We are so honored to receive these donations and love seeing our young community members giving back!

Today is Feline Fix!Feline Fix is our first community spay/neuter event and we are so honored to be able to spay/neuter ...
03/21/2022

Today is Feline Fix!

Feline Fix is our first community spay/neuter event and we are so honored to be able to spay/neuter more than 100 cats today! These cats will be healthier and happier and no longer at risk of contributing to overpopulation.

Thank you to our partner Community Cat Coalition, our huge team of veterinarians, vet techs, and volunteers, and our generous donors who contribute to our Fund for the Animals which makes offering services like this possible. We are so proud of our community for helping to fix these felines today!

Happy Saturday, happy tail!"My husband and I adopted Riley in August 2020 and he loves his new home in the forest. In Se...
03/19/2022

Happy Saturday, happy tail!

"My husband and I adopted Riley in August 2020 and he loves his new home in the forest. In September 2021, we welcomed his little sister and while it took him some time to get used to sharing momma, he is a wonderful big brother! Riley’s favorite things are going for walks in the forest, getting belly rubs, and snoozing in front of the fireplace. He also loves helping in the kitchen by taste-testing bits of carrot or broccoli as I’m cooking. We are so lucky to have Riley as a part of our family! Here are a handful of pictures in case you’d like to use any for a post on social media or just so that you can see what a happy boy he is!"

We currently have 19 dogs and 23 cats patiently waiting for new homes!Are you looking for a naptime cuddle buddy? Maybe ...
03/17/2022

We currently have 19 dogs and 23 cats patiently waiting for new homes!

Are you looking for a naptime cuddle buddy? Maybe a running partner or hiking companion? We have all shapes and sizes, and all are so deserving of a fresh start.

To view our available animals and fill out an application, visit our website: https://www.everettwa.gov/161/Adopt-a-Pet

Pictured here are Ellie and Rain!

Sweet senior Oliver was found as a stray in very rough shape. His back right foot and leg was severely swollen and cover...
03/15/2022

Sweet senior Oliver was found as a stray in very rough shape. His back right foot and leg was severely swollen and covered in dying tissue. Our veterinarian determined his foot and leg could not be saved and ultimately had to amputate. We don't know what caused Oliver's injury, but we do know he had been suffering for quite some time for it to get to this point. Oliver also had other scratches and wounds on his body that required treatment as well dental work neuter surgery.

This senior kitty has been through a lot and is now recovering in a foster home. We hope to see him up and about soon!

To donate to Oliver's care, and the care of all our homeless pets, visit our website: https://www.everettwa.gov/170/Donate

ADOPTED!Sunday Bun-day!Meet Daisy! Daisy is a lovely purebred French Lop that is looking for a very special home. We thi...
03/13/2022

ADOPTED!

Sunday Bun-day!

Meet Daisy! Daisy is a lovely purebred French Lop that is looking for a very special home. We think she would do very well with a brave bunny friend as she recently lost her companion and appears sad to be an only bunny. She is shy and needs a little time to shine, but does enjoy being brushed and petted. Her ideal home would be calm and patient, allowing her to feel safe, loved, and part of a family once again. Daisy is working on litter box training and has become accustomed to the bunny-savvy cats in her foster home.

To learn more, visit our website: https://www.everettwa.gov/161/Adopt-a-Pet

A huge thank you to this dedicated group from Bright Horizons in Everett for hosting a pet food drive for our animals as...
03/12/2022

A huge thank you to this dedicated group from Bright Horizons in Everett for hosting a pet food drive for our animals as part of their February Kindness Challenge!

We're so honored to be located in such an animal-loving community, thank you!

Axle the puppy is still looking for his forever home!Besides being cute as a button, Axle is active, smart and affection...
03/10/2022

Axle the puppy is still looking for his forever home!

Besides being cute as a button, Axle is active, smart and affectionate! This cutie is crate and potty trained and even rings a bell when he wants to go out.

He loves to meet new people and is super food motivated which means he learns new commands quickly. Axle is looking for an active home dedicated to helping him learn.

Axle was diagnosed with distemper as a young puppy but has since been cleared and is no longer contagious. Before applying, please do a little research about the possible long-term effects of distemper in dogs.

To learn more, visit our website and fill out an application: https://www.everettwa.gov/161/Adopt-a-Pet

We are running low on dog food! We are in need of adult and senior dry dog food for large and small breeds. Our pups pre...
03/10/2022

We are running low on dog food!

We are in need of adult and senior dry dog food for large and small breeds. Our pups prefer chicken, beef or lamb and like meat to be listed as the first ingredient with no food dyes. Their favorite brands are Kirkland Signature, Blue Buffalo and Nutro!

If you'd like to help feed our homeless pets, you can drop unopened, unexpired food on our covered front porch OR use our Amazon wish list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/3USIQYCTZY662/ref=hz_ls_biz_ex

Thank you!

Calling all Happy Tails! We love hearing from adopters and sharing your happy tails.Send us your updates via Facebook me...
03/07/2022

Calling all Happy Tails! We love hearing from adopters and sharing your happy tails.

Send us your updates via Facebook messenger or email them to [email protected]

Pictured: Marshall who was adopted last year after being left on our porch, injured and alone. Marshall is thriving in his new home!

Happy Saturday, happy tail!"I just wanted to update everyone on the best little tripod pittie around! Quentin is now cal...
03/06/2022

Happy Saturday, happy tail!

"I just wanted to update everyone on the best little tripod pittie around! Quentin is now called Bo and he is fully in love with his sister Kiki. He goes to puppy play group and is a bouncy ball of energy there. He just learned that he loves sleeping in and is becoming quite the cuddler! Thank you all for the work you do to connect animals to their forever homes!"

DOG FOSTERS NEEDED!We are in need of foster families for senior dogs and special needs dogs which includes dogs recoveri...
03/03/2022

DOG FOSTERS NEEDED!

We are in need of foster families for senior dogs and special needs dogs which includes dogs recovering from medical procedures or dogs not thriving in the shelter due to stress or anxiety.

If you've been thinking of opening your home to a foster dog we encourage you to fill out the application on our website: https://everettwa.gov/181/Become-a-foster-parent

Fosters save lives and make it possible for more animals to be helped at the shelter!

Pictured: Petunia, who was abandoned outside the shelter, scared and alone, now thriving in a loving foster home with her foster sibling!

A huge thank you to Autumn and Mia, members of the Everett High School Authors Anonymous Club, for hosting a pet food dr...
03/02/2022

A huge thank you to Autumn and Mia, members of the Everett High School Authors Anonymous Club, for hosting a pet food drive for our animals! They dropped off a huge load of donations and we are so thankful. Way to go!

March is national pet vaccination month!Vaccinating our pets is the best way to ensure they remain healthy and happy. If...
03/01/2022

March is national pet vaccination month!

Vaccinating our pets is the best way to ensure they remain healthy and happy. If you're not sure what vaccines your pet may need, talk to your veterinarian or view some available resources from our friends at #petcolove: https://freepetvaccines.org/

#PetcoLovePartner #VaccinatedAndLoved

Happy Monday, happy tail!"Sadie Mae was adopted about 7 years ago from your shelter! She is the most sweetest and patien...
02/28/2022

Happy Monday, happy tail!

"Sadie Mae was adopted about 7 years ago from your shelter! She is the most sweetest and patient dog I’ve ever had and we love her so much. She loves to play with her doggy sisters but she also loves to lick and take care of her cat siblings as well."

Sunday Bun-day!Meet Cleopatra! Sweet Cleopatra is a purebred dwarf hotot rabbit with the most majestic eye makeup.Cleo w...
02/27/2022

Sunday Bun-day!

Meet Cleopatra! Sweet Cleopatra is a purebred dwarf hotot rabbit with the most majestic eye makeup.

Cleo was abandoned on our front porch and is learning to trust humans again. She enjoys gentle pets and being talked to quietly and will make a wonderful companion once she's given some space and time to settle into her new home. If you think you have a quiet kingdom where Cleopatra can be the queen, fill out an application today! https://www.everettwa.gov/161/Adopt-a-Pet

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333 Smith Island Rd
Everett, WA
98201

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Everett Animal Shelter is an open-admission shelter committed to providing care and comfort to the homeless and abused pets in our community. We take in stray animals, owner surrender pets and animals that have been seized by law enforcement as part of cruelty/investigation cases from 16 jurisdictions. Often the pets that come to us have been turned away at other shelters due to space, behavior or health challenges. EAS does not euthanize healthy or adoptable animals for space and there are no time limits. The shelter's live release rate is above 90%. All animals are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, treated for fleas and worms and given any other care they need while they are with us. In 2019, our veterinarian staff performed over 1920 spay and neuter surgeries and we cared for more than 5500 animals.

Donations to our Fund for the Animals provide comfort, extraordinary veterinary care, special-diet food, vaccines and so much more for the cats, dogs and critters in our community who have nowhere else to turn.

For more information, please visit www.everettwa.gov/animals

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Already making himself at home. So happy to adopt Karl today 🥰🥰
Dexter, aka Bert, two months post adoption. Absolutely the sweetest pup and a wonderful addition to the family.
Our friends at Everett Animal Shelter are offering spay and neuter services for cats during their Feline Fix Spring event on March 21st. Reservations and income eligibility required. For more info, please check out their website. https://www.everettwa.gov/2833/Spay-Neuter-Events #spayandneuter #spayandneuteryourpets #thrivewapet #petoverpopulation #adopt #adoptdontshop #adoptable #ThriveWAPets
So greatful for our Henley.
Big thanks to our incredible Everett Animal Shelter team and partners at the Community Cat Coalition for providing this important service to local families and their feline friends
The Everett Animal Shelter is hosting a low-cost spay and neuter event for cats on March 21, available by appointment to Snohomish County cat owners who meet income thresholds. Vaccines, flea/deworming treatments & microchips will also be available. Learn more: https://www.everettwa.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=3327
The Everett Animal Shelter is hosting a low-cost spay and neuter event for cats on March 21, available by appointment to Snohomish County cat owners who meet income thresholds. Vaccines, flea/deworming treatments & microchips will also be available. Learn more: https://www.everettwa.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=3327
Sue Strong, who died in October at the age of 64, gifted $61,563.76 from her estate to the Everett Animal Shelter. Her bequest is the city-run program’s largest.
Through the Legacy Gift program, the Estate of Susan Strong recently left more than $60,000.00 to the Everett Animal Shelter https://myeverettnews.com/2022/01/30/woman-leaves-more-than-60000-00-to-everett-animal-shelter/
Can you spot the bun hiding in all of these amazing donations we've received??? We are beyond thankful for this outpouring of generosity from our friends near and far! Big thank you to the Everett Animal Shelter for the Oxbow hamster food, our lovely volunteer Lisa for some hand made cozy puches and picking this all up, and Pet Medical Center of Pasco / BlyLee's Animal Health Oasis for enrichment items, pet carriers, hammocks, and so much more! We could not run this rescue without everyone's support thank you thank you thank you! 🥰🥰🥰
I’m honor of Betty! 19 year old Sophie, says Thank You For Bing a Friend, to animals, Betty White!
In honor of what would’ve been Betty White’s 100th birthday, comment below with a photo of your pet! We will donate $5 to Everett Animal Shelter for every like and comment posted by January 24th (up to $2,500). Betty demonstrated a lifelong commitment to helping animals in need, including support for local shelters. We are proud to donate in her honor on what would’ve been her 100th birthday. #BettyWhiteChallenge