My name is Hope!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Centerton, Arkansas - Hope
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Centerton, Arkansas - Hope
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Lone Pine Ranch Animal Shelter

Facts about Hope

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Born September 2013 - Hope is a true survivor. In her very short life she's had to fight to survive and survive she did which is why we named her Hope! In spite of her struggles she is just the sweetest little girl. All the volunteers instantly fell in love with her. It's truly impossible not to. We're looking for a very special person who will make sure Hope never knows another day of suffering and treats her like a member of the family. Let us know if you think that might be you.

We've recently learned that Hope has some paralysis from her injury. While she does use the litter box, she also has accidents. Therefore, she would need an understanding and patient adopter.

About Lone Pine Ranch Animal Shelter

About Our Shelter...

Lone Pine was started by our director over 25 years ago and LP became a non-profit, 501(c)3 in 2003. The Shelter is run primarily by volunteers. When possible, we hire a quarter time employee to help with the heavy stuff.

Lone Pine is a no-kill shelter with over 90 dogs and cats (as of September 2014). Lone Pine isn't like other shelters in that it is not a brick and concrete facility. The Shelter sits on 4 acres.

The dog kennels range in size from 6 ft x 6 ft to 3 times that size. All kennels have a roof, a gravel or brick floor, and each dog has a dog house. There are three different exercise yards that dogs in that area are let out to play in.

The Cat Barn is a converted milk barn. The cats are free to move about the barn. There is an enclosed patio area that the cats love to go and catch some sun in.

Lone Pine Shelter is a non-profit, 100% no-kill animal sanctuary group dedicated to the rescue of abused, neglected, and abandoned animals in our area.
Through our network of compassionate volunteers we provide much needed loving care, medical attention, and socialization in a home environment whenever possible.
Since we are no-kill those deemed "unadoptable" are provided a loving sanctuary to live out their days. In an effort to end the cycle of cruelty and overpopulation we strive to educate the public on humane treatment of animals and the importance of spaying and neutering dogs and cats.
We believe euthanasia should only be used to end suffering and not to control the population.

WISH LIST: Volunteers, Foster Homes, canned dog and cat food, light color collars of all sizes (we write the names on them), Cedar chips, bleach, heavy duty trash bags, money for vet care and medication.

Lone Pine survives on donations, grants, fundraisers and adoption fees. If you would like to donate, please go to our web site at for more information.

Come Meet Our Pets...

The shelter is open to the public ONLY on Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. However, if the weather is bad, the Shelter does close. Please check our Facebook page before you come out for opening and closing information.

We are always in need of volunteers. If you are interested, you may come to the shelter when LP is open or e-mail us for more information. Anyone under 16 years of age, must be accompanied by an adult.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption fee for a dog is $60.00 if over 25 pounds. $75.00 if under 25 pounds. $100.00, regardless of size if a pure bred. Fees do sometimes vary and will be posted on the animal's bio.

Our adoption fee for a cat is $65.00. The fee does sometimes vary and will be posted on the animal's bio.

Adoption requirements:

-Completed adoption application

-Payment of the adoption fee (Fee will be held for 7 days.)

-Fenced in yard for anyone adopting a dog

-If adopting a cat, the adopter must agree that the cat will stay indoors all the time as all of our cats are strictly inside cats.

-Personal Reference

-Veterinarian Reference

-All dogs and cats in the household must be spayed/neutered

-Home check

-If renting, a copy of the Landlord/Lease Agreement stating that pets are allowed, what type of pets, size of pets are allowed and how many pets allowed. If a pet deposit is required, proof that the deposit has been paid is also required.