Duck, now Hunter, was adopted in Nov. 2016 as a little guy!
Hunter is all grown up now, and the joy of his family!
Thank you so much
Tricia for sharing Hunter with us and taking such great care of him!
Dixie came to us as
at more than 10 years old. She was adopted Oct. 2021.
Emma came to us as an adult dog; she was adopted in April 2022.
Dixie and Emmie are thriving in a home with a loving owner and lots of other animal friends.
Dixie and Emmie can often be found in coordinating outfits.
Dixie and Em are best pals--most of the time!
Marmee was adopted in Dec. 2022; she rules the dogs as much as possible!
Hannah was adopted in July, 2022.
Hannah was a bottle baby and is spoiled rotten by her loving family!
Stamps and Letters were adopted in Sept. 2023 so Hannah could have some kitty friends.
Stamps & Letters have multiple cat trees and a house full of toys!
BlueChip, now Graycie, was adopted Sept. 2023--her parents were already adopting Stamps & Letters, but couldn't resist that sweet face.
Graycie is a "wild child," full of energy and plays until she drops--she's bringing a whole new vibe into the household and her human parents adore her!
Solo was a bottle baby from just a few days old. She was adopted in July 2022, by a family who fell totally, unexpectedly, in love with her.
Solo is very, very loved by her entire family!
Noodles was one of only 3 survivors from a litter of 9 that froze to death during a rare Ramona winter storm season. He was adopted July 2023.
Noodles won his family over with his unique looks and laidback attitude.
Solo wasn't too sure she wanted a little brother in the beginning, but he quickly won her over, too.
Solo and Noodles have now succeeded in converting their family into total cat lovers!
Pixie was adopted in Aug. 2018.
She has grown up to be an incredibly lovely girl, and she knows it!
Emcie was adopted in Sept. 2019; she was one of the 4 "pizza kittens."
Pixie & Emcie have a great life with their adopted and rescued feline sisters!
Two content kitties!
Although Tiger was adopted out as a kitten, he was returned a few months later, due to issues his adoptive family said he was having.
But Tiger was from a large litter of kittens that we had bottle fed, and we knew in our hearts something had to be wrong for our sweet boy to be misbehaving.
We were able to quickly get to the course of the issues and address them. However, Tiger NEVER showed any bad behavior of any kind once he was back with us.
Tiger's new family adopted him in Aug. 2023. They were informed of his past, but we didn't think any problems would resurface--and they haven't!
Tiger is already part of the family and they state they are very happy with him! He is allowed some outdoor time in his own garden and loves it!
Tiger's sweet face is barely visible in this pic. We are so thankful his forever home decided to take a chance on our very good boy!
Oliver, formerly Bugs, was adopted Oct. 2022
Daffy, now Milo, was adopted Dec. 2022 and is about as laid back as an orange kitty can be.
human family decided the brothers needed to be reunited; they call them their "precious boys" and totally adore them both.
Milo & Oliver
The brothers were happy to be reunited and are usually found together, wherever they happen to be.
Sometimes siblings aren't bonded, but are happy to be back together anyway! Everyone is thrilled these two worked out so well.
Emerald, originally named Pewter, was adopted in Dec. 2020. She was sadly returned, as she wasn't happy in an extremely busy household with some remodeling happening. She was adopted to her forever home in April, 2021
Every year her doting owner celebrates her birthday!
Emerald has a kitty roommate and loves being spoiled in a quiet, settled home.
Emerald's mom says she can't imagine life without her princess!
It was love at first sight when Scampi's family first met him! They say "time flies when you have the cutest kitty in town!"
Scampi's favorite hobbies are window bird watching, napping and chasing catnip mouses! Of course, he loves his adopted brother, Mikey, too.
His family says they are thankful for his playful presence in their home! His silver coat has unique peach highlights.
Scampi has a "crash dummy" stuffed kitten toy, marked just like him, that he loves to carry around!