To rescue, shelter, and care for homeless animals and place them in permanent responsible homes; to promote and support spay/neuter for all companion animals.
Noodles and Ruby are the sweetest pair of kittens you could ever hope to meet! They are very best buddies and are looking for a home where they can be together forever. Continue reading “Noodles & Ruby”
Milton is a sweet, mellow, handsome fellow, looking for a home where he won’t have to worry about other cats getting into his personal space. Milty has great social skills with people and he can take a bit of feline company, but he’s pretty much ready to ditch the backup band and go for a solo career. He has been fond of his human lady caregivers but given the choice, he prefers a bro when it comes to lap time. Continue reading “Milton”
Bronco Billy has been through a lot in the two years he’s been in our care. He had a number of health challenges and has patiently endured all the treatments necessary to repair the damage from his early life on the harsh streets. Now that he finally feels like “top cat” again, his charming and quirky personality has emerged and he’s ready for the lush life he deserves. Billy has endeared himself to all his caregivers (we all adore him!) but now it’s time to find him a forever family and get started on his happily ever after. Continue reading “Bronco Billy”
Beautiful Eartha was found with her newborn babies on a street corner in Eastern Oregon. Our friends at Cat Utopia in Pendleton rescued her there and asked for our help. Her life had obviously been rough and tumble up to that point, but Eartha was a very good mama for being just a teenager herself and could not have been any sweeter. Once her kittens didn’t need her anymore, she began to luxuriate in her new life of leisure. She deserved the perfect home where she could enjoy the carefree kittenhood she had missed. Continue reading “Eartha”
As much as we love to see the kittens settled and happy in their new homes, nothing warms the heart like seeing our more “experienced” clients find the loving retirement homes they all deserve. Bert came to us about a year ago when he was trapped with a colony of community cats we helped. He was just a rack of bones with a big tomcat head and his eyes were continually weepy and almost permanently closed by a painful condition called entropion. Continue reading “King Bertram Echbert III (formerly Bert)”
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