If you’re looking for a new job, our cat of the week Boss is hiring the position of devoted human and life-long best friend! He has just a few requirements: loads of cheek rubs and chin scratches, delicious meals and plenty of playtime with toy mice. You’ll be paid in purrs and loving looks. Ready to apply?
Our cat of the week Davinci is so beautiful you’ll think she stepped right out of a Da Vinci painting. It’s hard to believe with such good looks that she’s even real. But she is, and she’s ready to go home with you – right away!
At first glance, you may think this wide-eyed tabby is a kitten, but he’s actually all grown up! This eight-year-old cat is one teeny tiny fella. He weighs in at a petite six pounds. Which is good news, since all he wants is to be curled up in his human’s lap for hours.
Don’t tell our cat of the week Isis she’s in the senior age bracket, because she has no idea! At 14-years-old, Isis is still spunky and enjoys playing. She’s an expert stalker and pouncer, showing toy mice that she’s the boss!
Isis is friendly and loving and will make a wonderful companion.
You'll feel like you hit the jackpot with our cat of the week Cash! This five-year-old orange and white tabby is one friendly guy. He's constantly asking for attention - whether it's for pets, to play or for a snack.
In accordance with Washington State's Stay at Home order, Homeward Pet in Woodinville is closed to the public for adoptions and donation drop-offs until further notice. All the animals are currently in foster care.
There are a few things you can do if you would like to help homeless pets during the COVID-19 crisis.