All of our cats who have found happiness in their forever homes, we couldn't be happier for them!
Charlie recently went to his new home with Papa. The two cats became close in foster care and their new family wanted to keep them together. Stay tuned for their happy tails!
Papa recently went to his new home with Charlie. The two cats became close in foster care and their new family wanted to keep them together. Stay tuned for their happy tails!
Spot, now Maisy, took a few months to feel at home, but her family was patient. They say now she enjoys being pet, sitting with them on the couch, being brushed and playing. She also made friends with their other cat Djocko. We're so happy for her!
Siblings Jack and Quinn, now Jake and Ella, were adopted together Their new mother loves how affectionate they are and is enjoying their playful antics.
Arizona was adopted to a family that had a cat with only 3 legs. For those who remember, Arizona is missing her back paw. The two cats made fast friends and her new family couldn't be happier!
Junior settled in quickly in his new home, with his new grey best friend. His family reports that he bonded quickly with their young son, following him around.
Desi and Roxy are doing amazing in their new home. They still play together every day and have bonded with their new family.
Sebastian was adopted with his brother Blake (now Finley). His new family reports that Sebastian is a complete love. He follows them for attention and adores belly rubs.
Blake was adopted with his brother Sebastian, and is now named Finley. His new family says that he warms up more each day.
Sandy is doing well in her new home. We always called her our Hermit Kitty and it was no surprise that she takes some time to get used to new places.
Sweet Ivy, now Luna, was adopted with RTH cat Blossom (now Nala). They are both flourishing in their new home and even have their own Instagram account.
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Thea was a colony cat, that was having a tough time outside. She was picked on by other cats. When she was taken in, it was discovered that she had anxiety and was treated with Prozac. Once her medication took affect, Thea blossomed and began to trust.
Thea found a very special family, who understands her issues and wants to give her the best life possible.
She has settled into her new home and is receiving the love and acceptance that she deserves.
Rusty's owner moved to a permamenant nursing home and her son approached us to help place Rusty. He fostered Rusty, while we searched for Rusty's forever home.
Rusty is now settled in with his new family, and they say that he is very affectionate and likes to sleep with them at night.
Puddin's owner moved to a permanent nursing home and her son approached us to help place her. He fostered Puddin' while we searched for her new home.
Puddin' is now settled with her new owner and he adores her. He says she is super friendly, affectionate and they are very happy together.
Bruce was taken in as a kitten of about 3 months old. He was scared at first and it took him a month to trust and return affection.
Bruce was always gentle and got along well with all the other cats he was being fostered with.
It took a year before he was adopted, but he found a wonderful home. His new name is Pancake and his new family enjoys his sweet personality and his love of play.
Leela was in need of rescuing when she was taken in at 4 months old. She was underweight, at just 2 pounds and had a severe eye infection that took one of her eyes.
Leela was always very affectionate, playful and good with other cats. She was in foster care for a little over a year, with her sister Arizona, before she found her home.
Now Leela is happy and settled in with her new family.
Dusty was found in a school bus lot, caring for her litter of four kittens, eating from a dumpster. There had been a kind woman feeding her at first, but she retired and Dusty was left to fend for herself.
When I was called to help the kittens, I knew we had to give Dusty a chance.
It took her 6 months, but she eventually began to trust and became a very sweet, and friendly cat.
In her new home, she enjoys being pet and her family loves playing with her until she is happily exhausted.
Lulu was a sweetheart from the start. She was living in a colony and was able to be handled without the need for a trap.
Lulu in now Cindy Lulu and enjoying life with her new mommy and her new cat brother Ron Purrgundy.
Simba was born via an emergency c-section and is the son of Sandy. He was the most confident of the litter and the biggest!
His new family adores him and says that he is dog-like in his devotion and affection.
Nuggets original adopter had to move and couldn't take him to his new home. Luckily, we were able to find another adopter and he is doing very well in his new home.
They report that he loves to play and has become very cuddly and affectionate.
Tiger was born via an emergency c-section and is the son of Sandy. Tiger was the mama's boy of the group and was often cuddling with her.
Tiger, now Benny, is settled into his new home with his new family and new cat best friend.
Corona was part of a litter of four and Dusty is her mother.
Corona was already spoken for, when we trapped her and got to go to her new home very quickly
Corona is doing very well with her new family.
Daisy was part of a litter of four and Dusty is her mother.
Daisy was already spoken for, when we trapped her and got to go to her new home very quickly.
Daisy is doing very well with her new family.
Rascal was part of a litter of four and Dusty is his mother.
Rascal was aptly named, since he was a spunky little guy.
He had a rough start adjusting to his new home, but his family was patient. Their patience paid off and they report that they love him and are very happy to have him.
Waffles was part of a litter of four and Dusty is her mother.
They were located in a high traffic area and we were contacted for fear that the mother and kittens would be hurt.
Waffles has bonded with her new family and is a snuggle bug.
Mona (now Shiloh) was part of our cat colony and was taken in at about 3 months old. She was reserved at first, but became more affectionate with time. She is the daughter of Grace.
She was adopted by a lovely couple, who had quite a few cats of their own. They say that she fits right in with their crew.
Tony was part of our cat colony and was taken in at about 3 months old. He is the son of Maria.
Tony came to us ill with the runs, fever and no appetite. The doctor wasn't sure if he would make it, but he thrived and became a very sweet and cuddly little boy.
He loves his new family and they say that he is a wonderful addition.
Grace (now Paloma) was part of our cat colony. When we had her fixed, we discovered that she was friendly and decided to foster her for adoption.
With her beauty and sweet personality, it wasn't long before she found her new home. The picture is her cuddling with her new cat momma.
Lexi (previously Oreo), was taken from our cat colony at approximately 3 months old. She is the daughter of Lulu, sister to Tux.
Lexi was shy at first, but always sweet and loved to be pet.
She was adopted by the same family who adopted her brother and she loves to lounge on the couch and cuddle their laps.
Tux (previously Beeker). was taken in from our cat colony at approximately 2 months old. He is the son of Lulu, brother of Lexi.
He was friendly right off the bat and grew up to be quite a large cat!
His sister joined him later and he considers the family yellow lab to be his surrogate mother.
Ginger was part of a cat colony and I literally just picked her up and took her home.
She was adopted and really loves her new home. Her cat momma went the extra mile and has an outdoor enclosure that Ginger gets to enjoy!
Barbara is part of a litter of four and Callie is her mother.
She was born in our office and was adopted with her brother Shadow.
Barbara is happy and settled in her home, with her brother.
Shadow is part of a litter of four and Callie is his mother.
He was born in our office and was adopted with his sister Barbara.
Shadow is happy in his new home and his family loves him.
Shadow was part of a litter of four and her mother is Callie.
Shadow was the last of her litter to be adopted, but she eventually found her home.
Her adopter says she has quite the personality and sleeps with him all night.
Boo was part of a litter of four and Callie is his mother.
Boo was a confident and friendly kitten. He was adopted into a family with other pets and he fits in very well.
Bandit was rescued from a colony, with his 3 other littermates. All 4 had upper respiratory infections and eye infections.
We got him healthy and he found his forever home. Bandit's cat father reports that Bandit is very affectionate and loves his new home with all the windows.
Archer was rescued from a colony, with his 3 other littermates. All 4 had upper respiratory infections and eye infections.
Once Archer was healthy, he was adopted by a lovely couple. The couple is related to who adopted Bandit, and he gets to have play dates with his brother.
Cami was rescued from a colony, with her 3 other littermates. All 4 had upper respiratory infections and eye infections.
Once she was healthy, she was adopted into a loving home. She made friends with the family dog and is doing very well.
Nala was rescued from a colony, with her 3 other littermates. All 4 had upper respiratory infections and eye infections.
Nala was a spunky little kitten and made quite an impressive entrance. She leaped belly first onto the bowl of food and made noises to keep the other colony cats away.
She is doing very well in her new home and has a new kitty best friend for company named Puck.