Our own Bridgerton girls, Eloise and Francesca, were featured in the February 10, 2021 issue of the Ramona Sentinel. Our beautiful orange and white longhairs were quickly adopted, and adopting them to long time acquaintances was an added joy! Thank you for giving our darling siblings a great home!
If you wish you could have adopted the girls yourself, please not that the mother of the girls and an older sister are now available! Please ask about Violet and Hyacinth!
Star has been adopted! She was featured in the Ramona Sentinel on January 12, 2021. She is a middle-aged kitty with a weight issue. She was spayed by her previous owner and she is up-to-date on her shots. A complete blood panel will also go with our sweet, gentle gal.
Our darling kitten Lefty has been adopted! She was featured in the Ramona Sentinel on December 9, 2020. She is a bit of a special needs kitten; although she is normal now, she has had some issues in the past that a potential adopter should be aware of. She is a very loving, sweet, talkative lap kitty!
Adopted: Our lovely calico Tammy was featured in the November 24, 2020 issue of the Ramona Sentinel. Quirky and opinionated, she found an owner destined to become her soulmate!
Congratulations to our sweet, sweet blue tabby sisters! They were adopted as soon as the ad hit the paper--and by a wonderful, loving couple who adopted a dog from us many years ago! It took awhile for the adoption, as we had their spays scheduled before they could leave, but they are now much loved members of their new family!
With Halloween on the horizon, we specifically want to get each of our black beauties into good, safe forever homes before the holiday. We received a large number of calls on our sweet girl Pepper, and she was quickly adopted. Thank You Ramona Sentinel for helping get so many of our beautiful black kittens find homes of their own!
STILL AVAILABLE--Our beautiful German Shepherd Riley was featured in the Ramona Sentinel as Rescue of the Week, Sept. 30. We received a large number of calls, but so far no one has been able to provide Riley with an escape proof situation (she climbs and jumps 6-foot fences with ease, but only when scared by gunfire). We do not want Riley to go to a one-person home; the more people around her, the happier she and the faster she will learn. If you are interested, she is still available, so don't hesitate to give us a call!
Bunny--representing both herself and her sister, Easter--was featured as Rescue of the Week in this September issue of the Ramona Sentinel. The girls needed to be adopted together, and both have found their forever home here in Ramona. Thanks again to the Ramona Sentinel for featuring our kitties!
Darling Dobby was featured as the Rescue of the Week in the Ramona Sentinel. She has since been adopted!
We're part of a story in the Ramona Sentinel, featuring several Ramona animal rescues. This article was co-written with Editor Nikki Bridges. We received a lot of inquiries and had several adoptions after this was published.
Orange tabbies Saffron & Chili, featured as Ramona Sentinel Rescues of the Week, were both adopted! Thanks to so many who called and emailed; several other kittens were also adopted.
This was our shepherd/lab mix Raven's big chance--she was featured as the Rescue of the Week in the Ramona Sentinel. She has since been adopted into a wonderful home here in town!
When our German Shepherd Angel was featured, she received a lot of interest, proving that folks do read the Ramona Sentinel and care about helping local pets needing homes. She is adopted, and now living her best life, hiking, traveling and being a super sweet girl!
Madison & Manson were a pair of darling kittens that easily found homes after being featured as Rescues of the Week in the Ramona Sentinel!
This was part of an article in the Ramona Sentinel, written by Julie Gallant, when the pandemic first hit. We appreciate all the inquiries and adoptions that resulted from this story.
Our precious Holly quickly found a home after being featured as Rescue of the Week in the Ramona Sentinel! Her family loves her very much!
Our bottle-baby kitten, Miss Purrkins McPhee, was a great way to start the new year for her adoptive family--they love her very much! We received tons of phone calls and emails after she was featured in the Ramona Sentinel Rescue of the Week.
This was an article I wrote about our very very special kitten, Willow. Written for the Ramona Sentinel, her story has made her a little bit famous locally. She has since been adopted by a local resident and is living her best life!
This article is an oldie but goody......thanks to Julie Gallant of the Ramona Sentinel!
Thank You to our local newspaper, The Ramona Sentinel, for featuring our pets!