3/16/16: New photos added. 5/7/15: Chivas is one of three boys born in early March 2015 and ready for a new home. Such a cutie-pie and growing into a handsome young cat! If you would like to meet him, take him home and cuddle with him, please let us know your name and phone number and his foster will contact you.
Offers a large and varied selection of pets available for adoption. Mostly mixed breeds, large and small, young and old. All waiting for that special person or family to love and be loved by.
We operate an "all breeds" pet rescue and adoption program. We do not operate a shelter and never euthanize a healthy animal. All of our animals are in volunteer foster homes until they find good adoptive homes. We have no paid staff, this is an all volunteer organization. While this gives our pets a more caring environment, it also limits the number of pets we can take into our system at a time.
We are the oldest Humane Society operating in California, with over 100 years of history. This history pre-dates the annexation of Redlands as a city. Our historical documents are on display at the Smiley Library in Redlands. Our current program, "Operation Second Chance" has been our focus for the past nine years.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Animals are shown Thursday evenings at Redlands Market Night in Redlands, CA from about 6 to 8pm. We can be found at the corner of Orange and State Streets.
Our Adoption Process...
ADOPTION FEES & BENEFITS Each Adoption Includes: 1. First Set Of Vaccinations (Dogs DHLPPC) (Cats FVRPC) (Rabies Vaccinations Given At Vet Clinic.) 2. Feline Leukemia Test (cats) 3. Paid Spay/Neuter
DOG: $107.00 CAT: $70.00
PUPPY: $147.00, $40 is refundable after spay/neuter. KITTEN: $100.00, $30 is refundable after spay/neuter.
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NOTE: Some shelters have physical locations you can visit; some of these shelters may only have pets for a limited time, so please do not wait for a reply—just go visit the shelter!
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