Vladimir, which means Ruler of the World, came to us after being found in a box in a parking lot. He'll turned 1 in February 2022.
Jimmy is one of the ferals we feed; he is not social but does purr when we give him his wet food. He's named after our Founder's childhood rescue cat.
Silver is a street cat we found injured under a car. He was 5. He's a senior now at age 11 and was Alex cat's best friend. He's our only polydactyl.
Big Pumpkin - who may or may not be related to Little Pumpkin - is one of the ferals we care care. He is extremely shy but does come up on the porch where we have warm shelters when he thinks no one can see him.
Linus is the Feline Formerly Known as Feral. He was an unfriendly feral who came to us with Grumpy Paddy. Over time he warmed up (it took almost 5 years). He is now a fluffy Real HouseCat of NewJersey and an unabashed attention hog.
Grumpy Paddy was part of a Bonded Pair with Linus. They originally came to us when an HOA was threatening to have them euthanized by animal control. Paddy is quite unfriendly when you try to touch him, but he wants to be loved. He will always have a safe and loving place here. His new BFF is Princess since Linus defected to the Real HouseCats of Jersey.
Princess is a feral who showed up with kittens she was still nursing 18 months ago. Since then she is spayed, and has become touchable enough to do monthly Flea treatment without bite gloves but is not yet friendly for petting nor brushing. She and Grumpy Paddy are besties now. Like Paddy she will always have a safe and loving place here.
Baxter is one of our Fabulous Feral crew. He looks like Silver and Princess's twin!
Milo dog came to us at 5, a victim of severe neglect and abuse. At age 11 he successfully battled cancer although this caused the loss of sight (and Thyroid). He's been cancer free almost 4 years! He recently was diagnosed with high blood pressure and a heart murmur and is now on medication for those as well.
Deer are just some of the 4 legged residents; we also have rabbits, foxes, and VERY large groundhogs including "Bob" and "Big Papa"
We have a crew of about two dozen male, female, and young turkeys that seek safety here.