Tabby ‘Tude! 4 Tabbies Need Homes

These four siblings were rescued by this non-profit feline rescue group.
Initially they were feral, but they are coming around, one is still a bit shy (the little boy).
Two female and two males.
They have been vet checked, tested for FIV & Feline Leukemia, and fixed.
Also they have perfect litter box manners.
Please be a long term cat loving home!
Ideally they would be adopted with a sibling, or there would be another cat friend in the home.
Call Roxanne for more info (805) 801-5232


Trash to Treasures!

Change a life forever and consider adopting one of these 2 brothers.

These guys were tossed in a box down into the landfill…
Rescued by this non-profit and brought back to excellent health.
Feline Network has taken the guesswork out of adopting a kitten.
The two brothers have been vet checked, tested for diseases, neutered, and they are up to date on their vaccinations!
Purr-fect litter box manners too!
These kittens are a little bit older – maybe 3-4 months (now 4-6 pounds) and would be happy to be adopted with one of their siblings!
I am gray too like my brother only smaller.
Also I am the one with the tall ears 🙂 or maybe it’s a short face…
I have stunning amber eyes, and like my brother Burt, I am super soft and feel like a Russian Blue.
I am curious and playful. If you adopt me you will see that I have A LOT OF PURR-SONALITY!
I am a stunning orange tabby boy.
I have the typical amazing disposition of the oranges! I like to chill and observe.
When things entice me I like to pounce on them and play!
I like foil balls and cat trees.
I am more quiet and reflective.
Being petted is my favorite hobby.
I also purr like nobodies business.
*Please be at least 21 years old, and a LONG TERM STABLE home.
Call Roxanne for details (805) 801-5232

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.