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Organizations that Rent or Lend Traps

There are many local organizations that will loan or rent a trap to you for safely and humanely catching feral cats or any cat that is in need of help that won't come to you. Here is a list by county.


Purchasing A Trap

*Please call to confirm trap availability and deposit/rent fees. These are based on email inquiries
and/or website information on 4/22/15. If you learn of any changes or errors, please email
CCCofWa@gmail.com so we can update this information.

Snohomish County
Purrfect Pals – $75 deposit Fully Refundable Deposit
230 McRae Rd NE
Arlington, WA 98223
Email first to check availability of traps. cats@purrfectpals.org
Phone: (360) 652‐9611

Miller’s Rent All – small traps: $15 daily/ $30 week, large traps: $20 daily/$40 week
22901 Highway 99
Edmonds, WA 98026
Phone: (425) 778‐0141

The Community Cat Coalition – $75 Fully Refundable Deposit / Free for CCC members
Email CCCofWa@gmail.com to arrange for trap pick up from the CCC storage unit.
316 128th St SE
Everett, WA 98208

Feral Cat Spay Neuter Project – $85 Fully Refundable Deposit
4001 198th St SW Ste #3
Lynnwood, WA 98036‐6731
Call first to check availability of traps.
Phone: (425) 673‐2287

PAWs Lynnwood – $10/day or $50/week, plus a $100 deposit
15305 44th Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98087
Phone: (425) 787‐2500

Pasado’s Safe Haven – *No deposit or rental fee at this time
Monroe, WA
Contact jennyf@pasadosafehaven.org or 360-793-9393 x107.
*They are considering adding a deposit because many of their traps have not been returned.

Ace Equipment Rentals – $15 daily $60 week
702 2nd Street
Snohomish, WA 98290
Phone: (360) 568‐1300

The NOAH Center – $50 deposit
31300 Brandstrom Road
Stanwood, WA 98292
Phone: (360) 629‐7055
*These traps are designated for trapping cats for spay/neuter at their clinic.

Homeward Pets – No deposit required at this time. Traps are “silver slappies”
13132 NE 177th Pl
Woodinville, WA 98072
Phone: (425) 488‐4444

King County
MEOW Cat Rescue – $70 Fully Refundable Deposit
10600 NE 68th, Suite F
Kirkland, WA 98033
Phone: (425) 822‐6369

United Rentals (rent)
Phone: (425) 823‐1777

Seattle Animal Control (no charge to Seattle residents)
Phone: (206) 386‐4254

Renton Animal Control (no charge to Renton residents)
Phone: (425) 430‐7550

Auburn Valley Humane Society – $75 Refundable Deposit, $5/DAY
4910 A St Se, Auburn, WA 98092
253 249‐7849 or info@auburnvalleyhs.org

Island County
Camano Animal Shelter Association – $50 refundable deposit, $10 for 3 days of use then $2 daily
198 Can Ku Road
Camano Island, WA 98282

WAIF Coupeville Shelter – $50 refundable cash deposit ‐ Two week trap limit
20168 State Route 20
Coupeville, WA 98239
360‐678‐8900 ext. 1100

Pierce County
Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County – Trap program still in progress Fees TBD
2608 Center St,
Tacoma, WA 98409
253‐284‐5809 Pattyr@thehumanesociety.org

Northwest Spay & Neuter Center – 15 traps to loan $40 Refundable Deposit
6401 Pacific Ave,
Tacoma, WA

Pasado’s Safe Haven (Pierce County & South King county) – $40 Refundable Deposit
206‐300‐7217 Darcyj@pasadosafehaven.org

Next to Nature – Photo ID required
1624 Tacoma Ave S,
Tacoma, WA
(253) 779-8141

Skagit County
Mount Vernon Police Department – Free live trap rentals to citizens of Mount Vernon
1805 Continental Place
Mount Vernon, WA 98273

Saving Pets One at a Time (S.P.O.T.) – Provides traps, education and support for TNR
No physical address but provides services throughout Skagit County

Purchasing your own trap
Many feed stores and hardware stores sell humane traps. We recommend buying Tru‐Catch traps.
These have ring closures instead of springs. This makes them both safer and quieter. The cheaper
spring‐based traps make a loud slapping sound when triggered and many cats will avoid going
into one if they hear one go off or accidentally spring it themselves while investigating the trap.
Trappers often refer to these as “silver slappies”. Occasionally, a cat will be injured when their
tail or leg gets caught by the spring door of this type of trap. www.trucatchtraps.com $50 ‐ $100