My name is Charlie & Raven!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Campbell, California - Charlie & Raven
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I'm being cared for by:
St. Francis Animal Protection Society

Facts about Charlie & Raven

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Unknown
  • ID#: 10092585
  • Hair: Short
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

A shy guy and his security blanket...

This snuggly wuggly duo is Charlie and Raven! Their story is special: Charlie came into his foster home as a lonely underdeveloped kitten who struggled to fit in with the rest of the foster crew due to his timid nature. He tried to play with the others, but was pushed to the sidelines and never made it in with the 'cool kids'. He had a hard time putting on weight and generally needed foster mom to look out for him. Raven, the black kitten from the other foster litter, seemed to sense Charlie's fragile nature and decided to be his buddy. Charlie took to Raven immediately, grateful for her companionship and snuggly warmth. Charlie began to find confidence in Raven's companionship and slowly came out of his shell. He began to put on weight and even play a little! The rest is history. They have become inseparable and can almost always be found curled up together napping in the sunshine. They deserve a home that will welcome them both and give them love forever. Here's a bit more about Charlie and Raven's individual personalities: BEAUTIFUL Charlie is just the dreamiest guy you've ever seen, isn't he? His foster family is over the moon in love with him. They say he is super duper sweet, a tad bit reserved, and very calm. He engages with the other foster kittens every now and then, but he has a special bond with Raven. He seems to prefer making his own adventures; he finds ways to escape his kitten room and wanders around the house exploring! We love this little creamsicle! STUNNING Raven is a wonderfully sweet little girl with the most striking eyes. She has high emotional intelligence amd is very in tune with those around her. We really believe she was the key factor in helping Charlie thrive and survive a fragile kittenhood. Raven is sensitive, smart, and lovely. She enjoys playing here and there, but mostly seems to prefer looking after Charlie and napping peacefully by his side. She's a very special girl and the fact that she is Charlie's guardian angel really shows how very silly that pesky 'black cat bad luck' superstition is! Both Raven and Charlie live with other cats as well as a Pit Bull (our own adoptable guy, Dozer!) and an Australian Shepherd. They are well socialized, box trained, and generally enjoy a busy family household. They are both spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and mocrochipped. **Our adoption fee is $250 for a pair (or more) of kittens. Charlie and Raven are a bonded pair and must be adopted together. Apologies, but we will not consider splitting them up.

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About St. Francis Animal Protection Society

About Our Rescue Group...

In early 1971, Helen Galantiere had a vision; she was frustrated by the inadequacies and ineptitude of local and national organizations that claimed to be working in favor of the animals. She became a pioneer in animal rescue by starting one of the first 501C charitable organizations dedicated to educating people about the proper way to care for their pets, working to stop laboratory testing, and addressing the issues of overpopulation and crowded animal shelters. Incorporated in December 1971, The St. Francis Animal Protection Society was launched in 1972 as she worked tirelessly to place thousands of homeless pets, while writing a weekly column for the “Marin Independent Journal” titled “Animal World” educating the public on humane animal care. She touched the lives of many people and creatures; dogs, cats, and an occasional monkey or rabbit that came her way, and although her tough demeanor with people often left enemies along the way, she never relented on her quest to be a presence for the animals. On March 23, 2010 she passed away at home with hospice care at the age of 89. Her daughter, Caron, now runs St. Francis, continuing the legacy that her mother started forty years earlier.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our rescue pets are in individual foster homes. Meetings with pets are coordinated by each foster parent.

Our Adoption Process...

Screening will be done via phone and/or adoption application. St. Francis reserves the right to conduct a home check.

Tax deductible adoption fees are as follows:

Kittens less than 1 year old $150/$250 for two kittens
Cats more than 1 year old $85
Puppies/Dogs - $250