By appointment. Knowledgeable, experienced animal rescue for 20-plus years, working with local vets, businesses & residents.
Look for the purple banner at the top of the website to learn more about each litter of kittens/individual cats. And please share our website!
Our specialty is bottle babies and taming down feral kittens when their mothers are found dead, they longer return for their kittens, or when the kittens are found starving or on their own.
We are local to Ramona, have lived in the community for 20-plus years and support local businesses. We appreciate our supporters!
AVAILABLE on 12-04-23:
We do not adopt out kittens until they have their first vaccinations and have been dewormed at 8 weeks old (and our kittens often have much more than that!). We want to get our babies off to the best start we can.
The Highway Litter: Two sweetheart boys, both neutered, still available, from a litter dumped on the side of a busy road! See their page for more info. Very friendly, outgoing boys.
Toughy--An orange tabby with lots of flashy white markings and lovely green eyes. Looking for his forever family, indoor only. More information on his page. First vax and deworming.
Fast Food Litter: 4 cuties remain, as well as their mother, who is barely a year old herself. Found as unwanted strays. Kittens range from a solid gray tabby to gray tabby and white to black and white spotted. The mother cat will also be searching for a home of her own soon! The kittens have had first shots and deworming and are ready for homes now. See their page for photos and more information.
Please help us get these lovely felines adopted--we have to turn down many many kittens for lack of room, while our older kittens search for a home of their own.
Margo is a 4-year-old calico and McPhee is a 3-year-old silver tabby female. Please click on their names at the banner at the top of this site for more information.
We have two potential community or barn cats available at this time! Hint: when we do have them available, act fast, as they are usually adopted very quickly! We are very careful about our barn cat adoptions, as we work very hard to set both the cats and the adopters up for a lifetime of success!
Louise is ready for adoption, but she will be quite the challenge! Totally worth it for a dedicated owner who likes to problem-solve. To learn why, click on "Challenging Cats" on the banner!
Other adoptable animals:
We have two bunnies available! And they are CUTE! Both are un-neutered males, so only one per home and no breeding. They can go to the same home, but they must be kept separately. Low adoption fee. Looking for homes to love these very cute bunnies!
We have 2 6-month-old puppies ready for new homes! They are on the larger side. More information and photos coming soon!
We do not always have room for more kittens, and we appreciate your understanding.
We do try to always make room for newborn orphans. If we are unable to take your kittens/cats, we can suggest organizations with good reputations and a long track record--not sellers, flippers or hoarders posing as rescues.
We sometimes have to stop taking in new babies to take care of the conditions our kittens arrive with, rather than end up with everyone sick. We often receive sickly kittens from terrible situations--dumped, abandoned, forgotten, without their moms, attacked by dogs (and sometimes people), incorrectly fed or medicated, sometimes with wounds. They can have upper respiratory illness, internal parasites, ringworm--and worse.
We are not set up for adult cats, although we take mothers with the litters when we can, a few adults when we have space, and we take any of our own adoptables back if needed.
We currently have 2 males that we can place as cats.
Letting our cats go as outdoor hunters is something we take very seriously; we usually only let our felines go as barn cats only if they are too feral to be tamed down, obviously prefer outdoor life over indoor, or in rare cases, have litter box issues that make them unsuitable for indoor life.
We require a safe shelter from predators for these cats, as well as caretakers who will provide food, water, and attention to their charges. ALL our barn cats are fixed, vaccinated, dewormed and flea-free. Our same adoption application and fee apply.
Happy to discuss the acclimation process with serious adopters. Call us at 1 (760) 986-4617 if you think a couple of barn cats or kittens might work for you!
Our goal is to get these kittens and cats adopted! We have been rescuing in Ramona for more than 20 years and have a well-established, trusted reputation with hundreds of happy adopters. For the safety of our kittens, visitation by appointment only--Thank You for understanding!
1 (760) 896-4617--Leave message & your call will be returned.