Athena is lovely girl looking for a specific home. She will need an adult only home without any cats or female dogs. She will need a meet with any male resident dogs. Athena came to the shelter very shy and shut down. She has come a long way and we are looking for a family that can continue to work with her. (Curt Story/Everett Animal Shelter)
The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.
Bonnie is shy girl looking for a forever home that has the time and patience to help her become a well adjusted dog. She will need an adult only home. Bonnie is not suited for apartment living. She has lived with other dogs and cats. She loves to play fetch, swim, cuddle and run! (Curt Story/Everett Animal Shelter)
This fluffy gal has had her world turned upside down. Her owner became ill and can no longer keep her because the assisted living facility will not allow it. We have limited information about Char, other than she has always lived indoors as the only pet, she likes carpeted scratching posts, and she seems to be shy until she gets to know you. Would you like to make a difference in the life of this sweet kitty? Come and meet her to see if you’re a match! (Arleigh Movitz/Everett Animal Shelter)
Charles is FIV positive. Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), also known as Feline AIDS, is a serious viral disease that affects only cats. It is usually spread through deep puncture wounds when cats fight. As long as the cats get along and do not fight, FIV positive cats can live with other cats The risk of an FIV-positive cat spreading the virus to an FIV-negative cat can be minimized by putting both cats in separate rooms until you are confident that they will not fight with each other. Spaying or neutering your pets will also reduce any risk. FIV-positive cats can live normal lives, both in quality and duration. Many do not show any symptoms until years after they were infected. They need to be monitored for infections and dental issues. If they’re well cared for, they can be healthy, happy, wonderful pets. (Arleigh Movitz/Everett Animal Shelter)
Neptune is not showing his true self right now. With all the moving around he has become very stressed and is acting out. We think once he settles into his new home with someone who will give him plenty of time to adjust, he will become the friendly guy that we think he is. Neptune has lived with other cats and does fine but will still need a proper introduction to any resident cats. (Arleigh Movitz/Everett Animal Shelter)
Rylee is an active dog! She loves to go for walks and be with her people. Any children in the home must be over 13 years old and she will need a meet and greet with any resident dogs. Rylee is very vocal and is not suited for apartment living. We do not know how she will do with cats. (Curt Story/Everett Animal Shelter)
Rosie was surrendered because she did not do well with kids. She really likes her space and would prefer an adult only and no other pets so she can be queen of her castle. She would be perfect as an only pet where she can be independent most of the time with the option for a warm lap when shes ready! (Arleigh Movitz/Everett Animal Shelter)