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This means we can buy animal care essentials like surgery tables, X-Ray machines, better quality cages and comfort items like beds, blankets and toys.
Our vision is simple—we want every pet to have the chance for a loving lifetime home and for all animal people to welcome lifetime pets into their families. Seattle Humane’s 98 percent life-saving rate is among the best in the nation, yet we’re held back by an aging, space-constrained facility and a demand for veterinary care that outstrips our current capacity.
Check back often and see how the generous support of animal people like you is pushing us closer to our goal of raising $30 million.
A new facility will change the way Seattle Humane delivers on our promise. And the benefits to animals and animal people are clear. We’ll save more lives. We’ll reduce the number of homeless and unwanted pets. And we’ll reduce kill rates across the state. Most importantly, we’ll strengthen families—by finding the right home for each and every pet and by helping to keep people and their pets together for the long haul.
An Outdated Building
Our current facility was built in the 1960’s and has become overburdened by our growing needs.
Makeshift Surgery Suite
We perform over 8,000 surgeries per year in surgery bays located in converted storage closets.
Cell Phone Surgery
During power outages, staff use cell phone lights while performing surgeries.
No Recovery Areas
Limited space means pets must recover from surgery on gym mats lining the floor.
Crowded Adoption Lobby
With more than 7,000 adoptions each year, our lobby often overflows with potential adopters.
We have nearly 2,000 dedicated volunteers who donated more than 210,000 hours last year.
Patty Barrier, Kaycee Krysty & Daryl Russinovich
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