Burien Animal Care & Control Opens New Adoption Center In Burien

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The City of Burien announced Tuesday (Jan. 25th) that its Animal Care & Control has opened a new Adoption Center, located at 13622 First Ave South.

“The new location provides space for housing cats and kittens in individual and communal spaces, as well as a small medical and treatment area for routine care and surgical sterilization of all pets adopted,” according to a press release. “A small retail space will also allow for the sale of gently used and new pet products with all proceeds benefiting the animals being housed at the center.”

The Adoption Center will be open Monday, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10am to 6pm, and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm. The center is closed Tuesdays and Sundays.

Residents can apply for city licenses for their pets at the new location, and report lost or found pets through an online form here.

According to a statement:

Burien Animal Care & Control will continue to subcontract with local boarding facilities to shelter stray and adoptable dogs. All pets available for adoption can be viewed online at PetFinder.com. Search for “Burien Animal Care & Control”.

For more information, contact Burien Animal Care & Control at 206-870-8471. Please leave a message if no one is there to answer your call. Your call will be returned.

You can find out more information about Burien Animal Care & Control Adoption online at www.burienacc.weebly.com or www.burienwa.gov/animalcontrol.

Here’s a map of the new location:

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3 Responses to “Burien Animal Care & Control Opens New Adoption Center In Burien”
  1. tripC says:

    Best of luck for the new location/ opening. My hope, and a call for strong community support for the animals served, and cared for by us, the residents of The City of Burien.

    • Eaton B. Verz says:

      The community has supported the animals to the tune of $10,000 per month. It’s about time we actually got something IN the city for our investment. Now, lets make sure we don’t end up with another kitty holocust.

  2. Rob says:

    Good luck, and may you do better than the King County animal control facility in Kent!

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