Animals adopted from our rescue beginning in May of 2017
*Male orange tabby *Short hair -This group of four kittens came in together as teeny bottle babies at a local shelter. They were taken in by a foster that took awesome care of them and got them healthy again! Unfortunately, while at the foster, it was discovered that they had ringworm. When they couldn't kick the ringworm, the shelter was going to euthanize them, so we took them into our rescue to get them better and find them good homes. These guys are currently in their second foster home because their first was too contaminated with ringworm, but they are doing much better now. They have been ringworm free for a few months now! These guys are very sweet and friendly and love laps and cuddling :) All of them have their FVRCP shots (plus boosters), rabies shots, FIV/FELV negative tests, and are neutered/spayed and microchipped. They do good with other cats and dogs. These guys are INDOOR ONLY, and adopters must sign a contract that they will never be declawed. Adoption fee is $50 per kitten, but if they are adopted in pairs (which we prefer), the adoption fee would be $90. J'zargo would do best paired with Skooma. Please fill out our adoption application here if interested: http://www.judgespark.org/adoption-application.html
Zeke and Tai
*Pair of male guinea pigs *Zeke is chocolate agouti and Tai is a red crested *Both are shorthair *Approximately 1 year old in 7/2017 -These two boys were surrendered to a local shelter. They were already packed full of guinea pigs so we took them into our rescue. They are very sweet boy. A little shy when you go to pick them up but once you get them, they are very sweet. Like being held. These boys are a bonded pair and they must be adopted out together. Adoption fee is $35 for the pair. Please fill out our adoption application here if interested in adoption: http://www.judgespark.org/adoption-application.html
*Black female *Short hair -This group of four kittens came in together as teeny bottle babies at a local shelter. They were taken in by a foster that took awesome care of them and got them healthy again! Unfortunately, while at the foster, it was discovered that they had ringworm. When they couldn't kick the ringworm, the shelter was going to euthanize them, so we took them into our rescue to get them better and find them good homes. These guys are currently in their second foster home because their first was too contaminated with ringworm, but they are doing much better now. They have been ringworm free for a few months now! These guys are very sweet and friendly and love laps and cuddling :) All of them have their FVRCP shots (plus boosters), rabies shots, FIV/FELV negative tests, and are neutered/spayed. They do good with other cats and dogs. These guys are INDOOR ONLY, and adopters must sign a contract that they will never be declawed. Adoption fee is $50 per kitten, but if they are adopted in pairs (which we prefer), the adoption fee would be $90. Please fill out our adoption application here if interested: http://www.judgespark.org/adoption-application.html
Breed: Female Dutch/Lionhead Size: About 4-5 pounds DOB: Approximately 1 year old -When we first heard about Hope, she was in a feed store being sold as an "Easter bunny." Literally hours prior, she had given birth to 8 baby bunnies in the feed store :( They didn't know what to do and didn't think she was feeding them. They were scattered all over her cage because she was so stressed out and they didn't know what they were doing. Luckily a kind hearted person contacted us and then fostered them all for us until they were able to travel. The babies were born 4/3 and are ready to be weaned, so momma can be spayed and be available for adoption (babies will be available when they are a little bit older). Hope is a little skittish understandably as she hasn't had much reason to trust humans prior to coming to us. She settles in and likes to be petted once she knows you and is used to you. She does not like being picked up and prefers to have all four feet on the floor. She's a beautiful girl and her faded coat is coming in all bright and shiny now :) She can be adopted out as a single, as a buddy for an existing neutered male in your house, or as a pair with one of her daughters. She is being spayed on 6/19 and will be ready for adoption after that. If interested, an adoption application can be filled out here: http://www.judgespark.org/adoption-application.html
*Single neutered male *Approximately 3 years old -Beast came from a shelter and has been in a foster home for a while but unfortunately the foster home could not keep him and didn't want him to go back to the shelter setting as he's so used to being in a home. So he came here! Don't let his name fool you, Beast is one of the sweetest kitties ever and was a shelter favorite when he was there. He loves people, loves attention, and loves to play. His foster mom wrote a note to accompany him: "Hello, my name is Beast! My foster mom decided to keep that name for me because she I remind her of the character in Beauty and the Beast. I love sitting on a window sill. My cat tree was right by one. I love it when you lay on the floor with me. I run as fast as I can to lay beside you for lovins. My back and of course my ears are my favorite (to be pet). Sometimes I am a lap cat, but the dogs in the house scared me. I think if there was a calm one (dog), I will like him. I love to eat. My dry bowl is always full and I get wet twice a day. I also love to play with the wand toys, they are my favorite. I prefer a covered litter box and never had any accidents. It was always clean for me. Grain free foods are best for me."; Unfortunately Beast has some sensitivities to stress and different food and can lose his fur and get dry skin. We think in the right home environment and on the right food, that will go away. He must be on a high quality grain free food. He did live with dogs in his foster home but he wasn't a huge fan and we think his stress levels should be kept low, so dogs might not be a good fit, unless they are very quiet and calm. He has met a few of our cats here and other than some initial hisses, he's been fine, so I think he would do good in a house with cats. I would say no kids (other than quiet, calm ones, or older ones) for this sweet boy, just to keep him as happy as possible! He is sweet and gentle with our 1 year old but he can be a little scared if he gets too loud or excited Beast is neutered, microchipped, utd on vaccines, dewormed and deflead. He is negative for FIV/Felv. Beast will be adopted to an indoor only home that will sign a contract stating that they will not declaw him. He has no adoption fee to an approved home (with a home visit). He will come with whatever food he has left, his cat tree, and all his toys. If interested, fill out our adoption application here: http://www.judgespark.org/adoption-application.html
*Single long haired kitten *Gray and white *Born approximately beginning of 3/2017 -Liam came into a local shelter in horrific shape. He had apparently been wandering around a neighborhood for two days crying and no one helped him. He was so sick that his eyes were swollen and caked shut and he could barely breathe out of his nose he was so blocked up with snot. This kitten had maybe hours to live. We immediately took him into our rescue to get him help and to ensure he wasn't euthanized. After lots of warm washcloth baths, eye drops, and a couple of doses of antibiotics, Liam is a new kitten. His eyes were open within 24 hours and though they were swollen and bleeding, they now look almost normal! He also was initially very scared, and we don't think he had been handled by humans prior to being rescued, but he never once hissed or complained. He gets scared occasionally and will try and hide, but once he is comfortable with you, he is a crazy, happy, snuggly, playful, purry little boy that loves to be petted. Whoever adopts him should probably keep him in a smaller area initially and one you bond with him, slowly give him more room to roam. Liam is long haired and will need regular brushing. Liam will be ready for adoption in early June, once he finishes out all his meds and gets neutered and all his shots done. Before Liam goes home, he will be neutered, microchipped, received his first couple FVRCP shots, and potentially his rabies if he hits 3 pounds. He is negative for FIV/Felv, and will be dewormed and flea treated. Liam will be adopted to an indoor ONLY home, and his adopters will sign a contract stating he will never be declawed. Adoption fee is $100 which includes all of the medical care above. Our adoption application can be filled out here: http://www.judgespark.org/adoption-application.html
Dawn, Taylor, and GG
*Trio of female baby rats *brown agouti hoodies, standard ear. *Born 4/20/2017 -These three girls were born off of a pet store rat when someone adopted her as a pet. They found homes for five of the litter but unfortunately these three girls were left. The owners didn't want to return them to the pet store for fear of what would happen to them, so she asked us to take them and find them homes! These three girls are very sweet, very well socialized, and love attention and being handled! They must be adopted as a trio. We will only consider splitting one off to be adopted separately if they will move in with another group of girls. If interested in adoption, please fill out our adoption application here: http://www.judgespark.org/adoption-application.html
Breed: This girl has the very round mini lop body but straight ears. The other female she came in with has one loppy ear so we think these guys definitely have lop in them. Size: Medium/small size female, about 5 pounds DOB: Approximately a year old Reason in Rescue: This girl was found with five others after someone dumped them in a forest :( Three of them came to our rescue! Personality: Arianna is one of the sweetest buns we have here at the rescue and she's been here since last September which we don't understand! Arianna can be skittish at first with new people, but she bonds very strongly with those she knows and loves. With me being here all the time, she adores me and always is standing up trying to get me to pick her up. She loves to be snuggled and petted when she knows you. She's just one of the nicest little girls I've ever met. She is perfect with her litter box! Friends: Arianna has not liked any of the male bunnies she's been introduced to, so she'd probably do best living on her own, or with a super laid back neutered male. Requirements: Must be adopted as an indoor animal, with an as large as possible plastic bottomed cage or puppy pen (minimum 4' x 2'). Adoption process: An adoption application must be filled out (http://www.judgespark.org/adoption-application.html), and approved by us. Then we will arrange a meeting time to see the animal of interest. A home visit is required prior to adoption.
*Single young male *Tricolor *Approximately 4 months old as of end of April 2017 -This poor little boy was sitting in a local pet store with an infected eye and no treatment. We took him in to the rescue, got his eye all fixed up and he's ready for a new home! He is a young boy and very sweet. Young guinea pigs can be a little crazy and he's no exception :) He's learning that being picked up isn't scary, but once you get him he's very chill and will hang out with you for a snuggle and a pet. He would probably be a good candidate to be bonded to a submissive male or neutered and bonded with a female or two. Please fill out our adoption application here if interested in adoption: http://www.judgespark.org/adoption-application.html
*Single female *Tortoishell longhair Persian *Approximately 11 years old -Lucy came into our rescue because she was at a local shelter in danger of being euthanized. She is one of the sweetest Persians I have ever met in my entire life and she didn't want to die. I had to take her home to see if we could help this sweet girl. Lucy has some medical issues that we are getting checked out. She has urinary issues including potentially bladder stones. She also has some scabby/itchy skin that we think may be allergy related. We are going to do everything in our power to help this sweet girl get fixed so she can find her happily ever after. She's just such an amazing girl and she just wants a lap to sit on and someone to pet her and love her and spoil her forever. Lucy has seen our cats here and she pretty much just ignores them or avoids them so I think she'd be fine with any household cats. She has not met our dog yet but has seen the rabbits here and doesn't seem to mind them. She has used her litter box perfectly here as well! Lucy is spayed, microchipped, utd on all shots, dewormed, deflead, and negative for FIV/Felv. She is declawed and has been her whole life. Lucy will not be available until we at least get a handle on what issues she is facing. At the very least she will be on special food the rest of her life. Lucy has no adoption fee to the right adopter (with home visit) when she is really to go to a new home. Our adoption application can be filled out here: http://www.judgespark.org/adoption-application.html
Breed: Definitely a Flemish Giant Size: Extra large. She is 11 pounds now, but at optimal weight, I'm thinking she'll be around 12. DOB: Approximately 2 years old Reason in Rescue: This girl, amazingly, was a stray running loose in someone's neighborhood! She'd apparently been running loose for a while :/ Personality: Not only is she beautiful, she's also a really awesome bunny. Flemish Giants are naturally very laid back, sweet rabbits and she is no exception. She's just a big boisterous, goofy girl. Flemish Giants love being petted and loved on, but not surprisingly, due to their size, do not like being picked up. Julia tolerates it, but not for very long. She prefers to be snuggled on the floor. She is great with her litter box and would be awesome free range! Friends: Julia is a good candidate to be bonded to a neutered male Requirements: Must be adopted as an indoor animal, with an as large as possible plastic bottomed cage or puppy pen. Adoption process: An adoption application must be filled out (http://www.judgespark.org/adoption-application.html), and approved by us. Then we will arrange a meeting time to see the animal of interest. A home visit is required prior to adoption.