This sweet kitty has been coming around for over a week and can usually be found in or near our backyard. We live in Highland Park by Westcrest Park. The kitty is very affectionate and chatty, and acts super hungry so we have been giving it cat food. Please let me know if this kitty belongs to you or if you know to whom it might belong so we can get this baby back home. Paula (206) 497-6480.
I found this friendly dog this afternoon off Thistle and Delridge. He is at my house in the area. My name is Kimberly and my number is 206-595-0071.
Brown pelicans have been drawing interest along the Edmonds waterfront this week. This latest photo, taken Saturday morning, is tby Michael Lowell. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. Real first and...
This is the season when we hear of owls swooping down on unsuspecting runners/walkers. Sarah emailed to share her deterrence discovery:. As a WSB reader and an avid morning runner I have both read about AND experienced the territorial owls of West Seattle. I hesitate to say “attack” since I am the one running through owl territory, but after four separate incidents (in four completely different locations!) I was desperate for a solution. I love running in the early mornings and as it gets dark earlier, I know I’m going to run into the problem again.
This cutie was hanging around my front porch and bolted inside when I opened the door. Clearly an indoor cat. I’m in the Alaska Junction area. 206-890-4690.
The largest Parrot-based event returns to the Northwest! Join the adventure at the Auburn Community and Events Center as it transforms into the rainforest--with parrots as the center and animals of all kinds! Immerse yourself and kids into the full experience and impact we have as a community to support this vast network.
A Kirkland restaurant owner wondered why she didn’t see more salmon migrating through the section of Juanita Creek running along her property. So Cafe Juanita owner and executive chef Holly Smith took it upon herself to transform her portion of the creek — and give the migrating salmon a healthier highway.
Richmond Beach Animal Hospital opened Monday, September 19, 2022 at 1860 NW 195th St, Shoreline, WA 98177 The public is invited to their grand opening event on Saturday, September 24, 2022. RSVP here: richmondbeachvet.com. Drs. Jeb and Kristine Mortimer will be there to meet the community. Kristie and Jeb met...
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This puppy was found on Westside School’s campus today 9.23.22. It is is safe and currently at a teacher’s house. Please contact Nicole at 206-859-9262.
This Saturday and Monday, September 24 and 26, 2022, the Earthcraft Services goat herd will return to the Interurban Trail and N 192nd St to eat their fill of invasive brambles. This is the third summer for these hard working, hungry beasts on this Seattle City Light parcel. Those in...
SEATTLE — Ciscoe says:. Fill your spring garden with spectacular color by planting spring blooming bulbs this fall. The best thing about spring blooming bulbs is that they already have a flower ready to go when you plant them, so unless your soil is pure clay and the bulbs rot in our rainy winters, or squirrels eat them, they can't fail to bloom. They do great planted in containers as well, so even if you live in a condo, if you’ve got a balcony all you need is a frost proof pot and you can create a colorful spring display as well.