July 9Pet lovers: meet your new best friend this Saturday
Meet your new family member at the Super Pet Adopt-a-thon this Saturday, hosted by King County Animal Care and Control at the Kent shelter location. Over 35 shelter organizations, animal rescue groups, foster organizations and pet related businesses will be at the Kent Shelter from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on July 11 with pets ready to go home with their new families the same day.
July 7Bring home your new cat for just the cost of the pet license
Starting Wednesday, July 8, potential adopters can bring home their new furry cat friend with a microchip, all vaccinations, licensed and spayed or neutered for only the cost of the pet license, $30, if they live in the King County service area.
June 3Hot weather advisory
King County residents are encouraged to prepare their pets for hot weather over the next few days as temperatures are predicted to reach at least 90 degrees in some areas. In the last several days, King County Animal Control Officers have responded to multiple calls from concerned residents who have seen dogs left alone in warm cars by their owners.
April 1New penalty for unlicensed pets
Today, April 1 2009, King County begins a proven approach to enhancing pet licensing with the introduction of a penalty for failing to license cats and dogs. The $75 penalty is aimed at increasing the number of pet owners in King County who protect their pets with a license.
March 11New penalty for unlicensed King County pets
King County will take a proven approach to enhancing pet licensing in 2009 with the introduction of a penalty for failing to license cats and dogs. The $75 penalty is aimed at increasing the number of pet owners in unincorporated King County who protect their pets with a license. Penalties will begin to be issued on April 1st.