Obi-Wan (m) - our sanctuary mascot!
This 4-eared handsome boy is as sweet and lovable as he is unique. He's been neutered and has all his shots. We already have a Yoda so we named him Obi-Wan. He's socialized now and has become a lap cat.
These kittens were born in early April and have been adopted into wonderful forever homes. Two of four kittens were born missing a back limb... but these babies don't know the differenece. Help us to help cats and kittens like them.
There are many cats and kittens at the sanctuary that are waiting to be placed in a forever home with a person or family to call their own.
If you can't adopt, consider sponsoring one of our furry friends who will live out thier lives at the sanctuary with us. Some of these cats are not completely socialized or have medical concerns. We provide them with a comfortable home, love, as much attention as they will allow, good nutrition, and medical care.
To rescue abandoned community cats in desperate situations; rehabilitate the sick, the injured, and the abused; rehome cats and kittens ready for permanent placement with a suitable guardian; provide a loving refuge for cats that are not adopted; and reduce local shelter cat intake and euthanasia by promoting spaying and neutering.