Wally and Hallie B. 

Two kittens are available for adoption! We would like to keep the two kittens together.
The kittens are a rough and tumble big brother (orange tabby) Wally (Walrus), and the more demure debutante Hallie (Halibut). They are super bonded, and so very deserving of a loving forever home.

Please consider adoptint an instant family that will bring you hours of companionship, happiness, and giggles!

Call Roxanne (805) 801-5232 for more info.


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FullSizeRender 2.jpegAimie *Pure Prairie Kitten

Aimie is a rescue just off the prairie.
A darling tabby female about five or six mos old.
Just spayed, and vaccinated (inc. rabies).Please consider rehoming this little girl.
She will need some more time to feel safe, but everyday she is making great progress.
Amie will require some more one on one time, and a little bit of patience.
Our goal is to get her rehomed so that she can begin her new life as a house cat:)
Contact Roxanne at 805 801-5232


Wally and lucyLucy and Wally.  Lucy has been adopted.

Wally is an eight pound big boy who is a total goofball. He does not bite humans but loves to roughhouse with the dog and other cats. He is not mean, just very playful. He likes to climb in your lap, sleep with you and be brushed. He is a little uncoordinated like a toddler but it just makes him more adorable. He is shy around kids. Does not bite or scratch, just shy at first.

For more information call Pamela at (805) 541-6111.

Abigail and Pumpkin

AbigailandPumpkinAbigail (female), left, and Pumpkin (male), right, are siblings and are two of the nicest cats we’ve had in our ten years of fostering for the Feline Network.  They are sweet, playful, loving, and funny to watch.  Neither are high energy kitties and are content being indoor only.  They quite honestly have no bad habits.   big beautiful tails.  Abigail is a special needs kitty in that she has the feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV).  FIV-positive cats tend to live fairly normal lives. Cats that are compatible with one another can live together without fear of spreading the disease.  FIV is specific to cats and cannot be transmitted to humans or dogs.  Abigail and Pumpkin must be kept indoors and should be the only cats in the household.  Please contact Christine at 805-544-6138 if you are interested in adopting Abigail and Pumpkin.

Yard and Garage Cats

Do you want to rid your yard or garage of pesky critters? Our hardworking felines will scare them away in no time. Then they will look beautiful in your space as they keep patrol.

We have spayed/neutered healthy cats with shots that may be skittish but need safe homes with some kind of shelter from the elements. Feed and water them daily and they won’t let you down.