My name is Ricky!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in St. Helena, California - Ricky
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I'm being cared for by:
We Care Animal Rescue

Facts about Ricky

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 9625299
  • Hair: Short
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Very funny boy, can be a bit shy but once he warms up to you he is the sweetest thing.
His top canines were removed so he has a very cute under bite and his tongue is always sticking out.
This boy has a permanent smile stuck on his face.

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About We Care Animal Rescue

About Our Shelter...

We Care Animal Rescue has been in existence since 1982. We work to advocate for and rescue the under dogs of the animal community. We rescue stray and abandoned animals and work to save animals from Animal Control facilities where they face euthanasia.

Below highlights some of We Care's work:

- We Care Refuge: A shelter for over 200 homeless animals 365 days of the year. The refuge offers care, medical attention, and a forever home until they are adopted. We are committed to an unwavering no-kill philosophy so once they are rescued they are safe.

- We rescue many elderly, special needs, medically challenged and FIV+ animals. All animals deserve to live, we are committed to a true no-kill policy.

- A No-Cost Stray & Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Program: a preventative approach to reducing homeless cats in the community.

- “Savannah Program”: Shy, under socialized cats facing euthanasia are rescued from Animal Control. After being spayed/neutered and vetted these cats are relocated and adopted to homes where they are welcomed and cared for as outdoor cats.

- Food Assistance Program: We provide cat and dog food to Good Samaritans who feed spayed and neutered cat colonies and dog food to low income individuals.

- Dog & Cat Placement Assistance: Assist in finding new homes for animals whose owners can no longer keep them. Offering referrals, networking, postings & advertising.

- Spay/Neuter Financial Assistance: Available for individuals who cannot afford the costs.

- Lost & Found Network: Helps reunite pet owners with a missing pet.

- Counseling Assistance: Support and guidance with pet behavioral issues. We try to help individuals work through challenges and keep their animal in their homes and out of shelters.

- Maintaining an extensive Animal Advocate e-mail Network: A vast network of individuals and animal rescues reaching beyond Napa County assisting in the placement of any animal in need. This resource saves many animals lives. We assist with transport and adoptions to secure a safe and loving home for needy animals.

To see the uniquely special refuge please give us a call for a tour of the facility 707.963.7044.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We welcome all visitors every Saturday from 2 to 5 pm. All other afternoons by appointment- phone 707-963-7044.
If you are planning on making a visit to We Care Animal Rescue please call ahead of time to make an appointment. Being a small non-profit our hours may be altered to assist in animal emergency situations so it is always imperative to call before planning a visit to the rescue center.

We welcome community tours: classroom, corporate and organizational tours to experience the unique setting of our free-roaming facility. We Care Animal Rescue is a special place like no other. A visit to the We Care sanctuary is a window into a world of possibilities making no-kill a reality.

Our Adoption Process...

Cat Adoptions: Make an appointment to come and meet the animal in person (with the family), fill out an application, $75 Adoption Donation.

Dog Adoptions: Make an appointment to come meet the animal in person (with the family), fill out an application, $75 Adoption Donation.

We are permanent, loving homes for all animals. We search for adopters who can make a lifetime commitment to the animal and provide them with a safe, loving, forever home. Because all animals deserve a happy ending.