We are working with our fantastic fostering partners to find furrever homes for these beauties. Under each picture, you will find a description of the cat as well as how to contact their foster family.
Charisma: Four month female who is up to date on vaccines, fixed and viral tested negative. Charisma was brought to an emergency hospital when she was found stuck in a fence. The owners were unable to pay for the amputation of her back leg and she was surrendered. The hospital went forward and amputated her back leg and she has been in a foster home with three other kittens for the past couple of months. Charisma is playful, but a bit reserved and would do best in a home without small children. While she is in foster with several other cats, she did take a bit of time to acclimate to them; she's also fostered with dogs and does fine with them. If interested in meeting Charisma, please call us at 530-892-2287 and we will get you in contact with her foster.
Sarabi and Nala: These sisters are five months and up to date medically. They were found as kittens and taken in by the local TNR organization and placed in foster. Sarabi (dark torti), had a very bad eye infection that resulted in having her left eye removed, but she has recovered well and is an affectionate, sweet girl. Nala was born with entropian in her left eye. This means that her eyelashes grow in instead of out and can cause irritation to the eye. At this point, the ophthalmologist has recommended that nothing be done-if she does need surgery to correct her eye in the future her foster plans on helping with costs. Nala and Sarabi are very bonded and we would like to see them adopted as a pair. We are also open to a foster or foster-to-adopt situation as these girls have been with us in our adoption room for several months and we would love them to experience a home life with lots of socialization and love. If interested in these two, please give us a call and we can answer any questions and set up a time to meet them. 530-892-2287
Please note: These cats are not at our facility nor are we an adoption center. We are helping our foster partners trying to find homes.