The Rescue House is a Section 501(c)(3) nonprofit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to finding loving homes for unwanted, abandoned, homeless and abused cats through its rescue, foster and adoption activities. Is home missing something? The Rescue House has the furry answer for you. The Rescue House is a Section 501(c)(3) nonprofit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to finding loving homes for unwanted, abandoned, homeless and abused cats through its rescue, foster and adoption activities. Remarkably, since its inception in 1999, they have rescued over 10,500 cats. The Rescue House has 9 adoption centers in San Diego County; go to their website www.rescuehouse.org to find one near you. Wondering what you can do to help? Fosters are always needed to help save more cats and kittens and the amazing support team at The Rescue House make it easy. Contact them to find out more. For more information on these cats, volunteering, fostering, or to see other kitties available for adoption, please visit www.rescuehouse.org email@example.com (760) 591-1211
ADOPT! These cats are ready for their forever homes. All have been Vet-checked, spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated and dewormed.
MARVIN, TALYSSA & BERT
These kittens and their mother were living under a trailer in a back yard. The family who found them asked if The Rescue House could help them toward a better life and they were moved into foster care. Each of these darlings has an amazing personality and will make a purrfect family member! Marvin (aka The Marshmallow) is a giant sweet cuddly boy who loves to be held and sprawl on your lap. He’s just as playful as most kittens yet is also content to sit with you and be adored. Talyssa is small yet mighty! She will hold back just a little at first, and entertain herself, and then once she warms up to you she is a darling little girl. Talyssa wrestles with her siblings like a true champ, so don’t let her size fool you. Bert loves to perch on your shoulders and watch the goings-on from a higher (better!) viewpoint. He’s energetic and super playful and also loves to be held and snuggled. Bert’s also very inquisitive and will “help” with many household chores. Marvin, Talyssa, and Bert are wonderful with other cats and will each need a kitty playmate in their new homes. Once introduced, they could likely be fine with catfriendly dogs. Gentle kids are welcome. These super-happy and super-loving kittens are ready to make a new life… maybe with you?
A mail carrier knew of a mother cat and kittens in need along the postal route and brought them to a Rescue House partner vet. They moved into foster care for Minerva to finish raising her babies. Minerva has a gorgeous peach/gray divided face and is a major lover and lapcat. She was also an excellent mommy. Minerva needs a little time to adjust to new situations, though once she gets comfortable she will rush to get some pets and loving.
Pierce was found wandering with some homeless cats and struggling to make ends meet on his own. “A sweetheart of a cat” sums Pierce up exactly. He is loving, easygoing, affectionate, good-natured, and such a very nice boy to be around. Pierce is fine with other cats once properly introduced and should be okay with gentle children. He hasn’t told us how he feels about dogs, though his gentle nature suggests that an equally gentle dog would likely be a comfortable housemate.
Trinity lost her longtime home when her guardians had two kids and no time for her. She is an even-keeled and low-key kitty who likes to be around her humans; you will more than likely find her in whatever room you settle in. While she is not a demanding cat, when she is offered attention Trinity is over the moon with joy: she will cuddle on your lap or against your side, fire up her loud purr and roll around while you scratch her. She is so sweet and adorable and just can’t get enough of your love and affection.
Liam was left behind by his people when they moved away. A neighbor watched him getting thinner as he struggled to fend for himself. Liam is an excellent kitty who just wants a cozy, comfortable home to spend his golden years. He loves to hang around his people, likes to be picked up and carried about, and will gladly snuggle up with you on the bed at night. Liam is an easygoing and enjoyable kitty who didn’t deserve to be cast off to an uncertain future, especially at a time when he should be settling in for retirement.
Maura lived a quiet, content life with her guardian until he unexpectedly passed away this year. Maura believes in mutual love and a deep bond with her chosen person. It may take time for her to develop that trust – the loss of her person has turned her world upside-down – yet if she is given the opportunity, Maura will latch on and seek you out for interaction. She knows her name and will come running when you call her; she’ll also follow you around the house “talking” to you with happy chirps. You can pick her up and cuddle her—Maura is quite the snuggler and will join you on the bed every night.