seattle pets


Seattle Dog Figures Out Buses, Starts Riding Solo To The Dog Park

Seattle’s public transit system has had a ruff go of things lately, and that has riders smiling.

You see, of the 120 million riders who used the system last year, one of them is actually a dog. Seattle’s KOMO-TV reports the 2-year-old black Labrador mix, named Eclipse, has become a regular fixture on the city’s D-Line after she figured out how to ride the bus alone to the dog park.

Find out how this pup learned how to ride the bus by herself here. 

Cairo is one of my favorite Instagram cats. Her perfectly grumpy looking adorable face makes me really happy. Unfortunately Cairo has a rare heart disease and is in need of frequent medical attention. To help raise money for her medical expenses I am painting an entire series of her and once the series is complete I will be auctioning these paintings off on my Instagram here:

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Knight Errant, second largest private security provider in Seattle and the pet project of Ares CEO Damien Knight.

• The first time I encountered KE pawns, I recall thinking “these cops aren’t Lone Star; they can shoot straight.” - Voske

• The first time it was pointed out the “E” in KE is shaped like a knight’s helmet, I recall thinking “why is he headbutting a wall?” - Byank


Gomez, a medium haired tuxedo, has gone missing in Seattle (Queen Anne/so. lk. union, dexter ave & crockett street) and we miss him terribly. Please take a look at him. He spooks easily but is a friendly cat, and I wonder if someone may have him. If you have Gomez, please, he is so missed. My heart breaks every day. No questions asked, we just want our Gomez back, and are offering $3000 to the person who can get our cat back to us. Tips and info leading to the finding Gomez will also be rewarded. 

Please call (206) 604-6498

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Thank you for reading!


Hey Internet, I’m trying to find my cat! Morgoth went missing and by the time I located him a week later, he had been adopted out by the Seattle Humane Society. They won’t contact the adopters so I can’t get him back. I’ve had him since he was a kitten and for the last few months he’s been really sick and we’ve been working through some grief since his best friend passed away. The first picture is a few months ago and the most recent one is from the day he disappeared. I’m hoping the Internet can help me reach the people who adopted him so I can get my baby boy back! #findmorgy