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Click on the link on the top thin purple banner to go to each litters' individual page. Between Covid and our busy schedules, we only show our kittens to serious adopters. Please do not ask to come visit the kittens if you are not serious about adopting--we consider Covid-19 a serious health threat and want to keep our adopters and ourselves as safe as possible.
KITTENS AVAILABLE AS OF OCT 17, 2020:
PLEASE HELP! The IT Litter--We would really love to get our big black boy Rockit into a safe home before Halloween! He's been here longer than any of our other kittens. If a an older kitten, already fixed, appeals to you, please click on the link at the top of the page--the IT litter--to learn more!
The "L" Litter--These kittens are just beautiful! They came from the Lake Henshaw area, where dozens of ferals and unwanted cats scramble to survive. There are 3 females still available.They have super unique Abyssinian-type hair coloring and have curious, happy purr-sonalities. Look for the "L" LITTER on the purple banner at the top of the page to learn more.
Cricket--This little guy came in by himself. He's a longhair cutie! To learn more, just look for Cricket on the purple banner at the top of the page.
The LAKERS Litter--They came in from Lake Henshaw, like so many of our other rescues. They are pictured at the top of this page. Individual pics coming soon, but the tuxedo appears to be a female, surrounded by her male siblings. These kittens have had their first vaccinations and are available now. The two kittens in front, from left, have been adopted! Three kittens--Carmelo, C.P. and Durant-- are still available!
The IRISH BLUES litter--2 females left! These cuties came from a ranch colony here in Ramona. Can't explain the names except that we watched too much BBC tv that week, ha! O'Malley and O'Casey are looking for indoor only homes. Super friendly girls! These are beautiful marked blue tabby girls. For more information, click on the IRISH BLUES LITTER at the top of the page.
The HOT litter--Pepper is Pending Adoption! Pepper is a former feral, shorthair black female (spayed). She can be spunky and playful, yet calm and chill at the same time. Click on the HOT LITTER link on the purple banner at the top of the page to learn more!
Please don't forget about our adult female German Shepherds available! Their owner rescued them, but recently passed away. See Other Adoptable Animals in the top tab! Happy to answer questions, but please take the time to read their descriptions first. Our girls still need homes of their own, and now may be a great time to get to know your new best friend!
The kittens we take in have each been rescued in some way--found as orphans; feral, often sick kittens; dumped strays; pregnant momma cats with nowhere safe to go. After care, feeding, and lots of love, we get these kittens healthy and happy, and ready for new homes. But we need adopters to keep going. So give us a call to get things started on your own personal rescue kittens!
Our kittens can't be adopted until they are 8 weeks old and have been given their first vaccinations.
Click the Find Out More button to see our most recent pictures! Call us now at (760) 896-4617 or email us (scroll down to bottom of the page) and let's get started on your search for your new family member!
We do not have any adult cats available at this time.
Please click on the "ADULT CATS" link at the top of the page or below to learn more.
We often find ourselves rescuing or taking in animals other than kittens; in fact, it happens regularly! We currently have a couple of German Shepherd females available; their elderly owner died.
If you're interested in future barn cats or kittens, just let us know, as we can't predict when we will get any in. Please read this entire section if you're interested in adopting a barn kitty from us!
We sometimes have barn kittens or the occasional adult barn cat for adoption. We do not take this designation lightly; we 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.
When we adopt out feral kittens, we usually consider them suitable for barns/wineries/shops or other safe outdoor living arrangements. These kittens were born feral. They are often older, and may or may not tame down with lots and lots of effort on the adopter's part. On the other hand, they have often seen plenty of people, and prefer to stay in sight, but out of touch.
Each one of these kittens were brought to us to find them a safe home, where they will be appreciated and taken care of. 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. It takes some time and a safe enclosure to keep the cats/kittens while they acclimate. Please be patient with us if you're serious about adopting our ferals. We sometimes have cats immediately ready to start their new lives. Other times, we know of cats that have to be re-homed, and it can take a couple weeks to trap them, schedule spays/neuters, arrange transport, etc. Sometimes the ferals are momma kitties, and the process may involve letting her wean her kittens. This waiting period also gives our adopters time to get their holding enclosures ready.
Call us at 1 (760) 986-4617 if you think a couple of barn cats or kittens might work for you!
Mischief--Adopted Jan 2020
Boo--Adopted Jan 2020
Poppins--Adopted Jan 2020
McPhee--Adopted Jan 2020
Harlee--Adopted Jan 2020
Harper--Adopted Jan 2020
Holly--Adopted Jan 2020
Misty--Adopted April 2020
Cloudy--Adopted April 2020
Stormy--Adopted April 2020
Rainy--Adopted April 2020
Coalbee--Adopted May 2020
Coalbert--Adopted May 2020
Coalette--Adopted May 2020
Willow--Adopted May 2020
Paprika--Adopted June 2020
Chili--Adopted June 2020
Timmy--Adopted June 2020
Denny--Adopted June 2020
Tank--Adopted June 2020
Stampy--Adopted June 2020
2 Ferals--Adopted June 2020
Inky--Adopted June 2020
Teddy--Adopted July 2020
Ebony--Adopted July 2020
Saffron--Adopted July 2020
Tiny Tess--Adopted July 2020
O'Reilly--Adopted July 2020
Sable--Adopted July 2020
2 Ferals--Adopted July 2020
2 Ferals--Adopted August 2020
Crema--Adopted August 2020
2 Ferals--Adopted August 2020
Loveit--Adopted August 2020
Digit--Adopted August 2020
2 Barn Cats--Adopted August 2020
Shareit--Adopted Sept 2020
Fury--Adopted Sept 2020
Peele--Adopted Sept 2020
Easter--Adopted Sept 2020
Bunny--Adopted Sept 2020
Bobby--Adopted Sept 2020
Kismit--Adopted Sept 2020
2 Barn Cats--Adopted Oct 2020
Oscar--Adopted Oct 2020
Lewis--Adopted Oct 2020
Linus--Adopted Oct 2020
Dobby--Adopted Oct 2020
Pepper--Pending Adoption Oct 2020
LeBron--Adopted Oct 2020
D-Wade--Adopted Oct 2020
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