Be on the lookout!
Be on the lookout!
Another new White Center business – Cascade Heights Veterinary Center:
Cascade Heights Veterinary Center has officially opened its doors to the South Seattle community. The clinic is located next to the Hung Long Asian Market and across from Big Al Brewing. The owner and primary veterinarian, Dr. Kathleen Paulson, has been practicing medicine for almost ten years – the last four of which have been under the mentorship of Dr. Timothy Kraabel and Dr. Elizabeth Fritzler at Lien Animal Clinic in West Seattle.
Dr. Paulson says, “From the age of 8, my dream was to be a veterinarian. Now that I have achieved that goal, my dream is to help as many pet patients and their families as I can. Opening a practice in such a wonderfully diverse and growing community is an amazing opportunity and one I take great pride in.”
Cascade Heights Veterinary Center is open six days a week, and is equipped to provide high quality medicine to dogs, cats, and small furry mammals. Designated dog and cat waiting areas help ease stress for you and your four-legged family members.
The address is 9832 15th SW.
Christine spotted one: “For the last week or so, there has been a rooster wandering around a couple-block radius around 3rd Ave SW and 110th St in White Center. He is a large dark red rooster, with long silky feathers on top of his head. I have not been able to catch him. My phone is 334-694-1066.”
EARLIER: Anybody recognize these dogs?
FRIDAY UPDATE: We’ve removed the finder info, because she reports the dogs are back with their people!
Last seen near Taco Bell at 16th/107th:
Another missing dog – have you seen her?
HI EVERYONE! I have a missing dog. Her name is Missy. She is a minpin/chihuahua. She is a little over a feet long. She is black and has brown on her face (as you can see on the pictures) she goes by the name Missy and she doesn’t bite so if you do see her, please call her over. She is 3 years old. She doesn’t have a tag or anything. She went missing this morning around Mt. View Elementary area. I love her and miss her very much so please spread the word!!! Please message me or my boyfriend here or text me, thanks! 5187792247
UPDATE – This dog’s been found!
(Update – FOUND!)
ORIGINAL REPORT: From the inbox:
My name is Rachael and on 10/18/2014 my Siberian Husky, Luna, got out of our yard. We live at the North end of Burien. I am begging everyone to please keep their eye out for her. She has distinctive “snake bite” marks on her muzzle and a dark mask with blue eyes. She is very friendly and was last seen at 10019 Des Moines Memorial Drive, Burien WA 98168. She is federally registered with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities) as a service companion and she is needed and missed. There is a reward for her safe return. Please call Rachael at 775-770-4569 or Cory at 206-683-2112 if she is found or sighted.
THURSDAY UPDATE: King County Sheriff’s Office has this short and sweet update via Twitter:
— KingCoSheriff (@KingCoSheriff) October 23, 2014
Courtney is hoping you can help find Dooley the dog:
My dog Dooley got out of my yard on Tuesday around 6 pm. 1400 block SW 114th St., between 14th and 15th, a block from the McDonald’s on 16th. He is a miniature Australian shepherd dachshund mix. 8 yrs old 17 lbs. He needs pain pills for a shoulder injury. Has a limp, left front leg. Sometimes it’s little, and sometimes it’s worse. I’ve called all the vets and shelters in the area. My friends went door to door all around to ask around. Any help would be amazing. Thank you. 206-446-4059
From the inbox: “I found this little guy wandering around White Center at 107th and 18th Ave SW
yesterday evening about 8:00 p.m. I took him to the vet and he isn’t chipped. He looks like a possible mix between a Basset Hound, Pug, and maybe Virgo because of his longer fur.” If it’s your dog or you know whose dog it is, please e-mail: email@example.com
(The found dogs reported here on Sunday are back home!)
From Amy: “My parrot got out Saturday night in the White Center area (4th/102nd). She got spooked and went in the tree which we couldn’t get her down. She is a very sweet, well mannered, sounds like R2D2 from Star Wars and everyone thinks she is the coolest parrot, she has moved cross country twice with me and has been my best friend for years. I really hope some kind people find her and contact me. She loves pistachios, ice cold water, music, especially guitar. I am offering a reward of $100 to get her home safely. My name is Amy, my cell is 425-445-0761, please text or call anytime.”
Just listed on our Lost/Found Pets page on West Seattle Blog, which includes White Center listings too, but in case you just read WCN, we’re sharing the announcement here:
Jonathan wrote, “We lost our long-coat Chihuahua called Buffy on March 12th, 2014. She is 3 years old and Brown and Tan in color and about 7 lbs.She ran away from the dog sitter on 6th Ave SW and SW 104th St. in White Center. Our telephone number is 425-381-9526 and people can call 24 hours a day.” In a followup exchange, he told us there was a sighting in the Lakewood Park area on March 19th, but nothing since then.
Received through our lost/found pets page at partner site West Seattle Blog, word of kittens found in White Center:
Found: Siamese Kittens
Location: 4th Ave SW & SW 110th St
Date: Saturday 11/23/13
These kittens and their mother have been wondering around my backyard the past few days. They appeared dirty and hungry. After they camped out under my back porch over night through these freezing temperatures, I brought them into my home until they can be reunited to their owners.
Please call: 360.621.5901 for more information.
In the Boulevard Park area? Maybe you know whose dog this is:
Found this evening in the rain in front of Boulevard Park Liquor Store. Healthy and happy neutered male…warm, fed and dry now …very friendly….black and white… Wasn’t happy about meeting our dog so is in our heated garage for now. My name is Stephanie #206-234-7814
Sunday, May 19 – my neighbor’s small black Pomeranian (uncut hair) missing from outside Bartell Drugs at 15th & Roxbury at approx. 5:23p.
Last seen on #128 bus heading east on Roxbury. Owner is devastated!! Will post picture soon. Please contact 206.992.1692 if you have any information.
The recent pet-food donation drive by White Center-headquartered West Seattle Montessori/West Seattle Academy brought in 2,471 pounds of food! Heather Aquino shares photos and a report:
The West Seattle Academy’s 7th graders collected more than a ton of dog, cat, and even bird food for their school-wide pet food drive. The drive lasted three weeks and was a spirited contest between all of the classes in West Seattle Montessori and West Seattle Academy. The Yellow Room donated the most food, with a whopping 724 lbs donated to the cause. They were treated to an ice-cream party hosted by the 7th graders on Thursday, May 9th.
The report continues:
On Friday, May 3rd the 7th graders loaded up the school van with all of the large bags of dog and cat food and headed to the Humane Society of Seattle to drop it all off, take a tour of their facilities, and learn about how their donations help local families, senior pet owners on limited incomes, and people with terminal illnesses lacking the essential resources needed to tend for their furry companions.
With the bulk of the collected food being donated to the Humane Society, there is still a substantial amount that will be dispersed to smaller, local animal shelters in our community. The drive was an overwhelmingly huge success. Thank you to the Yellow Room and all of the students of West Seattle Montessori and Academy for an amazing experience that benefited not only the Humane Society, but that also inspired the giving spirit of our 7th graders.
Know this pup? It’s been found – and here’s how to get it home again:
This is a lost puppy I found in White Center. Please message me at 206-353-9066 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if this dog looks familiar to you.
Just received this:
2 red retrievers came up to our gate at 1815 SW 112th. We put them in the fully fenced yard. One adult, one puppy about 8-10 months. Kristine 206-930-9062