These Seattle-based pets are up for adoption and in need of a good home

These Seattle-based pets are up for adoption and in need of a good home
Photos: Petfinder
By Hoodline - Published on April 17, 2020.

Start your day off right by browsing through charming pets! There are dozens of pets up for adoption right here in Seattle.

Hoodline partnered with Petfinder, an online adoption site that lists “more than 315,000 adoptable pets from nearly 14,000 animal shelters and rescue groups" to bring you this roundup of pets near you.

(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)

Theo, Havana rabbit

Theo is a sweet male Havana rabbit currently housed at Seattle Animal Shelter.

He is vaccinated.

Theo's current caretakers say:

Theo is a such a handsome young Havana boy. Theo likes a lot of hopping around, hiding in forts and munching on his hay. His foster family says he's very curious, super friendly, and he is improving his litter box habits every day. Theo is looking for his forever home. 

Apply to adopt Theo today at Petfinder.

Pez, Havana rabbit

Pez is a male Havana rabbit being kept at Seattle Animal Shelter.

He is vaccinated.

Notes from Pez's caretakers:

Pez is an adorable growing little boy who loves to make sheet forts and jump on top of his box houses. He has learned that cilantro and parsley are great treats, and running around at max speed is super fun. He likes to do his own thing but will let people pet him once he gets to know them a little bit.

Apply to adopt Pez today at Petfinder.

Reeses, Havana rabbit

Reeses is an adorable male Havana rabbit in the care of Seattle Animal Shelter.

Reeses has had all his shots.

From Reeses' current caretaker:

Reeses is a super handsome young Havana boy rabbit. He is very curious, loves to eat hay, hop and jump around for his frequent exercises. He's is a little shy for attention — sitting still for just a few seconds to get his pets and head rubs.

Read more about Reeses on Petfinder.

Twizzler, Havana rabbit

Twizzler is a charming male Havana rabbit being cared for at Seattle Animal Shelter.

Twizzler has had all his shots.

Here's what Twizzler's friends at Seattle Animal Shelter think of him:

Twizzler is a young boy Havana rabbit that's getting bigger every day. He loves to mess and twist around in his blankets, just like the candy Twizzlers. He's super friendly, likes hopping around, getting pets and treats and munching on his hay. Twizzler is looking for his forever home.

Apply to adopt Twizzler today at Petfinder.

Olive, Guinea Pig

Olive is a winsome female Guinea Pig currently residing at Seattle Animal Shelter.

She is vaccinated.

Here's what Olive's friends at Seattle Animal Shelter think of her:

Olive and her best buddy Tina love hanging out together, eating hay, munching on fresh salads and hiding in their box forts. They both are really sweet, a little bit shy, but they love gentle attention. Olive & Tina are a bonded pair and will be adopted together. 

Read more about how to adopt Olive on Petfinder.

Yeti, American rabbit

Yeti is a lovable male American rabbit in the care of Seattle Animal Shelter.

He's already been neutered.

From Yeti's current caretaker:

Meet Yeti! Little Yeti is a very handsome young boy rabbit looking for a new house/rabbit home. He loves to hide in his cardboard forts, hop around for lots of exercise, eating his hay and fresh greens.

Read more about how to adopt Yeti on Petfinder.

Kaa, Snake

Kaa is a sleek snake staying at Seattle Animal Shelter.

Kaa has been vaccinated.

Notes from Kaa's caretakers:

Kaa is a bit shy and would do well with some more socializing. He will need some patience and time to get him to be the wonderful ball python that he is. Because of his special needs, he will have to be adopted by an experienced snake-friendly family. 

Apply to adopt Kaa today at Petfinder.

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