Pet of the Week
Travis is such a cutie, standing out from the crowd with his adorable scruffy fur. His sweet face will draw you in and beg you to give him a good home. Travis came in as a stray, is about five years old and weighs 20 pounds, and loves to make cute giggle noises when he gets excited during playtime. Travis is up to date on his vaccines, de-wormed, neutered, and is available now.
Comet/Domestic Short Hair
Comet, our sweet little angel, is waiting to meet her forever family. Comet came in as a timid, scared kitty because her owner was no longer able to care for her. Comet has been an indoor cat who prefers some quiet time with the ones she loves. She loves to cuddle up and purr when you hold her, but you can tell this little girl is stressed out in a shelter environment. Comet is about three years old and weighs six pounds, is up to date on her vaccines, de-wormed, and will be spayed before her adoption. Comet is available now.
Living Free, is a donor-supported, nonprofit, no-kill animal sanctuary. We are located at 54250 Keen Camp Road in Mountain Center off Highway 74, 15 Minutes from Idyllwild. For more information, call: 951-321-9982 or visit living-free.org/adopt.
Barnaby is one proud pup that struts out on a walk and thinks he is bigger than he is. He is happiest when he can roll around on the grass and scratch his back. He also absolutely loves belly rubs and being with people. Barnaby will probably be cool with older children. He does get along with his kennel mates but can be a little bossy at times
Barnaby will be best in a home that will provide leadership along with daily walks and an abundance of love.
Description: DSH Solid Black Female
Meet Romee! Romee is a beautiful gem in hiding! Not only does she enjoy the attention, but she is also the perfect greeter! While at the cattery, Romee loves to nap in her favorite Kitty Casa and enjoys her crunchies! This mellow sweetie is patiently waiting for her forever home!
All of our cats are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and up to date on all vaccinations.
Our two main requirements for adopting a cat are:
—must be indoors only, cannot go outside
— declawing is NOT allowed
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