I'm being cared for by: Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Owen
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Owen is a special needs kitty and he is the most friendly and loving cat at our rescue despite all the pain he has been through. He was brought to us as a stray with his tail burnt off, and our vet amputated what was left and cleared him of infection. Just before Owen was cleared for adoption, it was discovered that he has FIV. Although Owen's disabilities do not stop him from being a lap cat, he needs to be in a household with no other cats, or with cats that also have FIV. Owen has been living at our rescue for over a year in a small kennel isolated from the other cats. Owen needs to be rescued asap!! Contact SPARC today and spread the word!
Address: 705 E. Santa Barbara Street Santa Paula, CA 93060
About Our Shelter...
Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center is a no-kill animal shelter dedicated to rehabilitating and rehoming the abandoned pets of Santa Paula, California. We aim to do this through educating the community and partnering with other rescue groups. We are the first and only no-kill animal shelter in Ventura County.
Come Meet Our Pets...
The Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center is located at 705 E. Santa Barbara Street in Santa Paula, California. We are open to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays through Sundays, from 11am to 6pm.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption process includes an application, an interview to match potential adopters with the right pet, and an adoption fee. For dogs, the fee is $110.00 and includes the spay/neuter, the microchip and its registration, up-to-date vaccinations, and the license if you reside in Santa Paula. For cats, the fee is $80.00 and includes the spay/neuter, the microchip and its registration, and up-to-date vaccinations.
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