Last of more than 200 pets up for adoption after massive animal rescue in West Seattle

Miss Starla was rescued last year in what one shelter director called the “worst case” of animal cruelty they’d seen.

SEATTLE — The Seattle Animal Shelter (SAS) is hoping someone will step forward to adopt Miss Starla, a guinea pig who is the last to be adopted of the more than 220 animals rescued from a West Seattle home last year.

Miss Starla was rescued in October when the Seattle Police Department discovered the hoarding and animal cruelty situation thanks to a tip from a concerned bystander.

SAS Director Ann Graves said at the time of the incident that it was “the worst case

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