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.
May 1, 2016
Meet Emma and her best friend Dot! They are about 10 weeks old so still too young to know what their adult personalities will be, but for now they are typical kittens: active, hungry, playful, hungry, curious, affectionate, happy and did we mention hungry?
Continue reading “Emma & Dot”
In January 2014, a cat rescue friend in the Willamette Valley asked if ARCF could help find homes for three abandoned cats, and we agreed to take them. Bob and Lizzie were quickly adopted, but Bronco Billy had some health issues that needed attention. Most noticeable was his very large nose.
The cause of that symptom turned out to be Cryptococcus, a fungus often found in bird droppings. Treatment required daily medication for at least six months. During that time, Bronco Billy developed several other problems that made him uncomfortable: Continue reading “The Story of Bronco Billy”
November 4, 2015
Simone is a sleek and shiny girl who is always impeccably dressed in her trim-fitting tuxedo. She came to ARCF as a very young single mom with five kids. All the kittens have been adopted to their forever homes and Simone is loving the empty nest lifestyle! In fact, although Simone currently lives with other cats and a dog, we think her ideal home will have no other pets, so she can be worshipped as the one and only true diva. Continue reading “Simone”
Adopted CatsSuccess Story
December 29, 2015
Last summer, we were contacted by our rescue friend Jody who is dedicated to helping cats in her Willamette Valley community. She had seen an ad online placed by a woman who was trying to find new homes for numerous cats, kittens, and puppies. The woman was apparently taking in animals from unknown sources and then giving them away. By the time Jody got there the puppies and some of the cats were already gone, but she was able to rescue three young cats; a pair of adolescent “cow kitten” sisters, and a young adult female with Siamese-y blue eyes. Continue reading “Violet & Velda”
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