Vladimir, which means Ruler of the World, came to us after being found in a box in a parking lot. He is 16 weeks old but already showing his Imperial Russian Blue mix heritage.
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.
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 in one eye. He's 14 now and cancer free 3 years!
Paddy is part of a Bonded Pair with Linus. They originally came to us when an HOA was threatening to have them euthanized by animal control. They were originally up for adoption, but people wanted only Linus (he is cuddly while Paddy is not) but we would not split them up and now that they are getting into their golden years they will be permanent residents.
Linus is Paddy's bonded BFF. Linus loves snuggling, ear rubs, and butt scratches. He is the more outgoing one, although Paddy is secretly nice when he thinks you aren't looking!
Gold is a longtime feral resident, who has become fussy and demanding over what flavor of food he gets!
Princess is a feral who showed up with 1 kitten she was still nursing 18 months ago. Since then she is spayed, and has become friendly and playful enough to be adoptable.
Holstein is another feral resident. He is much older than Princess and Gold, and is content to watch their antics and eat lots of Kit N Kaboodle and Friskies Shreds.
Chuck is one of several skunks but our only regular who comes at night to finish off any leftover bird food (he likes the peanuts) and eat some of the feral's wet food if they left any of that evenings flavors.
Ralph is one of several raccoons that visit. He loves eating any peanuts the squirrels left from during the day.
Big Papa is one of a few possums that visit but he's by far the biggest we've ever seen! He's the "cleaner" finishing up anything anyone else has left!
This lovely doe has come year after year bringing her fawns every year, nursing while she eats the leftover bird food and peanuts. We keep water out for all the wildlife.