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 We have  numerous adorable kittens and a few more cats coming up for adoption that will be posted soon. Unfortunately, until we fine homes for these cats/kittens, we are not taking in any more until further notice.  We have posted additional resource for assistance at the bottom of this page.


A huge THANK YOU to Jefferson Elemntary School families & Student Council for a wonderful surprise? What a great job fundraising & collecting donations for the rescued pets in S.P.O.T.'s care. Impressive effort!


Thank You Mountain Pacific Bank for showcasing our non-profit this summer and your wonderful donation. 


S.P.O.T Volunteers at Burlington Country Store information table.


     Join us for a fun, family-friendly night at the movies that raises money for local cats in need! We are proud to be a partner organization with CatVideoFest -- one night only:

                      This Friday   September 15    7:30 PM  Lincoln Theatre


      CatVideoFest  is a compilation reel of the latest and best cat videos culled from countless hours of unique submissions and sourced animations, music videos, and classic internet powerhouses. 

      Each year, across the country, they partner with a cat-focused charity near the theater, with proceeds from each show helping folks like us to keep looking out for our furry friends.

       This year, we will be donating 10% of all ticket sales to Saving Pets One at a Time (S.P.O.T.), a local 501(c)(3) non-profit. 

The mission of the all-volunteer organization is to provide compassionate care and find appropriate homes for homeless pets in Skagit County.

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Limited number of tickets available

Thank you for your support and donations at our Brewfest Booth

Thank you for your support and donations during our Yard Sale

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S.P.O.T Volunteers at the Burlington Berry Dairy Days Parade.


Kathy Brown S.P.O.T. Board Member in the middle receiving a check from the Burlington Country Store from their Petapalooza event.


Volunteers are the lifeblood of animal rescue.  There are many ways in which you might be of service. Can you set aside some time to help in the rescue process? If so, please fill out the Volunteer Form

Volunteer Orientation classes are held at the SPOT house. The next orientation class is to be determined.  Please email to let us know  you are interested in attending a class.



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We love to hear your stories! Please send stories and pictures to:


Rescue organizations like S.P.O.T. are always in need of good foster homes.

For more info email us at

                                                                        AREA SHELTERS AND RESCUE ORGANIZATIONS

Skagit County

Humane Society of Skagit Valley  Animal control for Skagit county. Stray cats and dogs. Owner surrender with a fee.  CONTACTS:  360-757-0445   18841 Kelleher Rd, Burlington ,WA. Deputy Emily Diaz : Skagit Co. Animal Control - 360.428.3211

Rocket RescuLeave a message at 360-488-4021

The Cat’s Meow 360-588-9900 803 4th St. Anacortes, WA 98221

Whatcom County

Whatcom Humane Society  Animal control for the Cities of Bellingham and Lynden. Stray cats and dogs. Owner surrender with a fee. CONTACTS: / 360-733-2080

3710 Williamson Way, Bellingham WA

Alternative Humane Society All volunteer, nonprofit animal welfare organization serving Whatcom County. No shelter, office or paid staff - 360-671-7445  501 Harris Ave, Bellingham WA. 98225

Rescue Pet Vet Ferndale, Wa. for T. N. R. assistance. 360-899-8902

Island County

CASA  Stray/Owner cats and dogs surrender with a fee.  CAMANO ISLAND ONLY.  /  360-387-1902   160 N Can Ku Road, Camano Island, WA

Whidbey Island Animal Shelter (WAIF)    360-678-5816

Flower Feline Sanctuary Senior or special needs cats that are not adoptable/need more care 206.440.7766 815 New Morning Rd Camano Island

OASIS Jean Favini Whidbey Island 360-321-4142

Old Dog Haven Senior dogs 206-280-7614 Oak Harbor, WA


Snohomish County

Everett Animal Control & Shelter   Animal Control for city of Everett only. Owner surrender with a fee.  /  425-257-6000  333 Smith Island Road, Everett, WA

Homeward Pet Adoption Center  Stray/Owner Surrender Cats & dogs.  Greater Seattle area. Owner surrender for a fee.  NO KILL  425-488-4444   18800 Woodinville-Snohomish Rd

Paws  Animal control for Lynnwood, Brier ,and some of Snohomish County. Stray cats and dogs. Owner surrender with a fee.  /  425-787-2500   15305 44th Ave W., Lynnwood

Purrfect Pals  Cat-only rescue group.  Owner surrender with a fee.  Will take form other counties  /  360-652-9611   230 McRae Rd, NE, Arlington, WA


King County

Humane Society of Seattle/King Animal control for cities of Renton and Medina, strays for King Co. Owner surrender cats & dogs with a fee. 425-641-0080  13212 SE Eastgate Way,  Bellevue, WA


Seattle Animal Shelter & Control  Animal control for City of Seattle.  Strays/Owner surrenders from Seattle only.  206-386-7387   2061 15th Ave. W Seattle, WA

Seattle Purebred Cat Rescue 24 hr message line – to adopt or place a cat of specific breed. 206-782-2616


Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue 24 hr message line – foster homes only


Community Cat Coalition TNR training, support for colony care, great resource. 425-293-5467

Meow Cat Rescue MEOW, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit 425-822-6369 10600 NE  68th st F Kirkland, WA  98033

Harbor Hope Cat Rescue For elderly, ill, injured, disabled, special needs and Hospice care 253.858.6205 Gig Harbor, WA

Charlies Foundation Rescue Works w/ seniors /special needs. Mostly senior dogs but has some cats. 425.444.6162 4016 S 158th St Unit A Seattle, Wa 98188

830 S. Spruce Street

PO Box 211

Burlington,WA 98233

Phone 360.336.5388

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Thank you Petco Foundation for supporting SPOT's Programs!

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