CAT IN THE TREE EMERGENCY SERVICES
Dan Krause, (425) 806-3845 or cell (425) 830-5308
13 STEPS TO FINDING RENTAL HOUSING THAT ACCEPTS
This publication from the Humane Society of the United States will help you find solutions to finding a new home or apartment that will allow you to keep your companion. The booklet presents information on how to present yourself and your pet in the best light to a prospective landlord, sample letters of reference from landlords and veterinarians, a pet resumé, and a responsible owner checklist. The booklet costs $1.
To order "13 Steps to Finding Rental Housing That Accepts Pets," contact The Humane Society of the United States at 2100 L Street NW, Washington DC 20037; call (202) 452-1100 or visit their website at www.rentwithpets.org.
Looking for a hotel or B&B that will welcome Fido, Fluffy, or Petey as enthusiastically as they welcome you? Here's a web site (www.petswelcome.com) that lists thousands of pet-friendly lodgings in the U.S., plus emergency pet clinics. Pet owners can exchange information on the site.
WHIDBEY ANIMAL IMPROVEMENT FOUNDATION (WAIF)
20168 State Route 20, Coupeville, WA 98239, 360-678-5816. In addition to being connected with animal control, WAIF is a wonderful, minimal kill shelter for dogs and cats. WAIF also has a cat adoption center in Oak Harbor. Visit their website at www.waifanimals.org