Meet Hammy

HAMMY (M)July 28, 2021 Hammy was surrendered because his family was moving and couldn’t take him. We thing he is a dwarf mix, and his family guessed at about 1 year of age. Hammy is quite a character but isn’t always super friendly and will sometimes bite. Older kids or adults would be best for …

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Meet Squeeky

SQUEEKY (F)April 10, 2022 This petite young lady will make a great family member in any home. She would like to be adopted with one of her siblings or have another young cat in the home.

Meet Mushu

MUSHU (M)April 25, 2022 This sweet boy is friendly and outgoing, and would like to be adopted with one of his siblings or have another young cat in the home.

Meet Robyn

ROBYN (F)May 1, 2019 Pictures can’t do this unique beauty justice! And she’s sweet to boot!

Meet Chubby

CHUBBY (M)April 10, 2022 This boy is fun loving and playful. He’s love to be adopted with one of his sisters!

Meet Hector

HECTOR (M)October 1, 2021 Sweet and affectionate, Hector is waiting for his family to take him to his happily ever after!

Meet Sebastian

SEBASTIAN (M)January 1, 2013 Sebastian lived for YEARS as a stray and has a bit of a rough look to show for it. He was treated for a nasty respiratory infection when he first came to us and has had his teeth cleaned (and several extracted) He’s ready now to find a warm comfortable home …

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Meet Eddie

EDDIE (M)October 16, 2010 more to come

Meet Wayne

WAYNEDOB April 1, 2021 Wayne is a sweet boy with a fantastic purr. This boy came to us not long ago and is a little shy. However hes coming around quickly and is game for all the belly scratches in the world!

Meet Bugs & Thumper

BUGS (M – left)THUMPER (F – right)October 1, 2021 This brother and sister are rex mix bunnies, giving them a super soft, velvety, plush coat! They are quite social and friendly and looking for their furever home together! These buns are spayed / neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Their adoption fee is $150 for the pair, …

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