Meow! My name is Starbuck
found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
Other Pets at Shelter...
YES, he that handsome & YES, his eyes are that blue!
Starbuck and his siblings were found abandoned in some bushes at....you guessed it - STARBUCKS!
Starbi is a wonderful little boy that is a bit timid around new people but only until he has a chance to get to know them. He would love a quieter home without small children that might want to chase him around the house.
He is super sweet, playful and loving once he gets to know you. He gets along great with other kitties, especially his big foster brother Harvey. He has never met a dog so he could probably be integrated slowly and have yet another new friend to hang out with. (Birthday: 7/26/12)
If you would like to meet this very special boy and if you're willing to give him a little time to settle into his new family, then please call Cathy at 661-273-9822 or email her at email@example.com
Rescue Group Info...
We are a group of volunteers dedicated to making a difference in the lives of unwanted and abandoned cats living on the streets in our community.
Through Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) as well as public education and awareness we hope to decrease the number of unwanted and homeless cats that ultimately end up in the shelter.
Our cats & kittens can be seen at the WEST Palmdale Petsmart (Avenue P & 10th Street West - next to Trader Joe's), Monday - Friday.
Weekly adoptions are on Saturday's from 11-4 and weekdays by appointment.
Every adopted cat and kitten is spayed/neutered, fully immunized, rabies (if over 4 months), de-wormed, Felv/FIV (Leukemia & AIDS) combo tested and microchipped.
New adoptive families will also receive a FREE vet check up for their adopted cat/kitten with our local vet.
Each interested party must complete an Adoption Application and be willing enter into a legal contract for adoption.
We are a group of volunteers that rescue abandoned cats/kittens from the streets. Currently we are only able to assist the cats within the Antelope Valley. However, if you log onto our website, we can offer assistance with TNR of feral cats in other areas.