Welcome to the coming soon section for our rescue! This page exists so you can get to know some of the pets in the rescue who will become available in the future. The foster parents write bios for their fur babies which we publish on the individual profiles so you can get a sense of who might be a good match for your family.
The pets in this section are listed here while they age up and/or receive the required medical care needed prior to coming available. Because we are a rescue, we do take animals in from all walks of life and some may come in needing medical attention which may extend the time it will take for them to come available.
In order to become available (at minimum) each pet will receive: two rounds of vaccines, rabies vaccine (if over 4lbs/4months), a microchip that is good for life, will be tested for FIV/FeLv, and will be spayed/neutered.
Common medical conditions that we treat for pets coming into care can include (but is not limited to): URI (Upper respiratory infections), Ringworm, Ear Mites, and eye infections. Severe/emergency medical cases we will often list campaigns on our site to help fund care.
Thank you for your interest in giving one of our fur babies a forever home!
Confirmed Moving to Available and can be requested at: 02/23/24 @ 9 PM.
Cats Coming Available:
Grouchero, Icicle. Idgie, Lanai, Marcus, Monk, Tairn, Tapatio
Dogs Coming Available:
Relating to Kitten Season
Q: What is the criteria (typically) for kittens to be considered available for adoption?
A: Pre-avalible kittens will (typically) become available after they have been fixed and once they get their 2nd set of shots at 8 weeks. They are scheduled to be fixed after 8 weeks and have reached 2 lbs (please bear in mind that this timeline can vary from kitten to kitten since weight is a factor and scheduling with vet to get them fixed is a factor). They must then recover for a minimum of 3 days after being fixed before they are considered available. Once a kitten has met this criteria it her/she will be moved to the available pet section of the site. If you have specific questions about an animal comment on their pet profile.