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We'll also keep you updated on Reina's adoption status with email updates.
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Reina

Domestic Longhair Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Young
Encinitas, CA
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*** Reina is in a foster home ***Solid white w/dark brown accents, long hair, spayed female, born approx. 8/1/21, #17233Cats: only other FeLV+ kittiesDogs: unknown Children: older kids/tweens/teens might be okayThis beautiful kitty fell upon hard times when her previous guardians moved, leaving her behind to fend for herself. Not one to be a victim, Reina wasn't afraid to approach people, and she immediately enlisted the help of some very kind girls in the neighborhood. They contacted The Rescue House, and now, Reina has a second chance at finding her forever family!Reina is a gorgeous, sweet girl! Like most kitties, she initially is bashful towards strangers or in new situations. Once Reina settles in and gets comfortable, however, she will happily cuddle up and ask for affection! In fact, she CRAVES your attention! Every morning when she hears you wake up, she will jump on the bed and deliver a big purr to say, "I'm ready for breakfast!" When you come home, she'll eagerly run to greet you with her chatty meows. According to Reina, your touch is heavenly. The scritches combo of head + cheeks + chin will have her drooling with bliss! To keep her luscious long fur looking divine, she adores being brushed. Still a kitten at heart, she is extremely playful and finds great joy in chasing and jumping after wand toys! A skilled huntress, Reina gets her thrills from watching the birds and catching all the insects that creep into the house. When she needs some rest, she'll stretch out on the sofa or lounge by a window. Her favorite spots are on the couch (snuggling next to her humans) and under the blankets where she can stay nice and toasty during the cold winter. When Reina was abandoned by her people, she unfortunately contracted both the feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and the feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) from outdoor community cats. There are no cures for these viruses. Although many cats can thrive for a normal life span with FIV, also having FeLV sadly will shorten her life expectancy. Currently, she has no symptoms or signs of illness related to either-she's not on any medication and doesn't need any treatment. While Reina cannot transmit FeLV to a creature of another species (such as a dog or a human), it can be passed in casual contact between kitties. As a result, Reina will need to be the only cat unless she joins a household with a resident FeLV+ feline. She has never encountered dogs and would not enjoy noisy canines. Her ideal home would be a very quiet place with no loud animals. Since she can be a bit playfully feisty (gently using her teeth), a residence without young children would be best.This wonderful darling deserves a forever family that will give her the warmth and affection she longs for. In return, Reina will reward you with endless love and appreciation! Could you be the one for her?
We'll also keep you updated on Kova's adoption status with email updates.
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Kova

Domestic Longhair Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Encinitas, CA
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*** Kova is in a foster home ***White w/brown tabby spots, long hair, spayed female, born approx. 7/1/22, #18541Cats: nopeDogs: nopeChildren: cat-savvy kids Last year, Kova decided she was tired of being alone and outside. After finding the perfect house in the neighborhood, she stood on the doorstep and belted out her best meows... "mew, mew!" The residence happened to belong to a Rescue House volunteer! A week before Christmas, Kova was thrilled to move in with her new family. Unfortunately, it wasn't meant to be; one of her adopters had allergies. We welcomed Kova back into our clowder and promised to find her true forever-and-ever home!Kova is the sweetest kitty in town! In fact, she was loafing on our laps since day one. Outgoing with a funny personality, she simply adores people. As you arrive home, you can expect lots of headbutts, leg rubs, and meows. After the welcome party is over, she's off doing her own thing again. A balance of social and independent, she likes hanging out in the same room as you but also enjoys having her own space. When she gently wraps her paws around your leg, it is her way of saying that it's time to play! Her favorite toys are the cat catcher and laser pointer. The queen of hide-n-seek, you've been found when you see her peeking around the corner. After a meal, she usually gets a burst of the zoomies and speeds around the abode like a racecar. Not fearful of strangers, she'll even dash to the door to greet your guests. This fluffy diva prefers to make the initial move. Newcomers who try to pet her when she's not ready will get a warning hiss or swat. Offended, she'll flash a dirty look before sashaying away. The rule is: Kova will "pet" them first by giving a head-nudge and weaving between their feet. Then they have the all-clear to stroke her silky coat. At night, she requests that you keep the bedroom door open so she can roam around. A considerate girl, she promises not to disturb your sleep. Once you wake up, a cheerful Kova will meow her "good mornings" as you both start your fun-filled day together!Kova must be the only kitty in the household. She does not like other felines and would not do well with dogs. Since Kova can get overstimulated with constant petting, older cat-savvy kids who understand her boundaries would be ideal. Are you looking for America's next top kitty? She's easy, breezy, beautiful... Kova girl! What are you waiting for?
We'll also keep you updated on Kiara's adoption status with email updates.
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Kiara

Domestic Longhair Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Encinitas, CA
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Spayed or Neutered,
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*** Kiara is in a foster home. ***White w/ black tabby spots, long hair, spayed female, born approx. 9/21/15, #19018Other cats: no thank you Dogs: no thank you Children: respectful tweens+ Kiara lost her home because she was under constant stress by the other resident cat who was consistently aggressive to her. This translated to her developing idiopathic cystitis which mimics the signs of a urinary tract infection but is usually brought on by stress. Kiara moved into a foster home where she is the only cat around and had tests run; the tests came back clear and her issues resolved once she was able to truly relax. Kiara is a lovely lady who is looking for a place to call home. She is elegant, fluffy, kind, and loving! She enjoys spending her time lounging (preferably near a sunny window) and receiving attention from you. Kiara is eager for affection: she likes to be petted and responds very well to gentleness and tranquility. She prefers to keep her paws under her own control rather than be picked up, but if you're sitting on the couch then you're fair game! Kiara will come put her head on your arm or paws up to your shoulder and will end up partway on your lap. She'll also walk behind you on the back of the couch and nuzzle the back of your neck with her chin on your shoulder... awwww. Kiara likes to be groomed, which is fortunate because that helps her keep that gorgeous fluffy fur in perfect order. She prizes quality time spent in your company and is a wonderful companion kitty who isn't overly demanding... she just asks that you love her and respect her boundaries if she's not in the mood. This friendly kitty appreciates peace and love, and we're hoping she finds a home that is full of both!Kiara needs to be the only fur-child in a calm and quiet home. She doesn't like toddlers or overly boisterous children, though respectful tweens have been fine.Sweet Kiara is hoping to find a special person to love her forever! Will she be your new BFF?
We'll also keep you updated on Gimoda's adoption status with email updates.
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Gimoda

Domestic Longhair

Female, 8 yrs 7 mos
Encinitas, CA
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Domestic Long Hair – White & Brown Tabby Female 8 ½ years 10 pounds Gimoda is on the prowl for a catsavvy family ready to help her transition out of the shelter. Gimoda is a playful and affectionate spirit who is ready to form a deep bond with a lucky human who recognizes and appreciates her unique sensitivities. If you would like to learn more about Gimoda, come chat with an adoption counselor today! An adoption survey and instructions can be found on our website. Adoption Hours: Thursday-Monday; 11 AM to 4 PM (Adoptions until 3:30 pm) Address: 389 Requeza Street, Encinitas, CA 92024
We'll also keep you updated on Annie's adoption status with email updates.
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Annie

Domestic Longhair

Female, Kitten
Encinitas, CA
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Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Domestic Long Hair – Torbie Female 9 weeks 2 ½ pounds Rancho Coastal adopts out kittens starting at 8 weeks of age. Many of them have been in foster homes for weeks and were even bottle-fed. If you are thinking about bringing home kittens, be sure to consider your time away from home and the ages of your family members. Kittens between the ages of 8-11 weeks old need more attention and care than older kittens.They need continued training and play time, and are generally better with older children. Kittens that are 4 months and older make better companions for young children and are generally more gentle during play. Rancho Coastal encourages adopting kittens in pairs, which is why we have created our “Two Purr One” Program: if you choose to adopt a pair of kittens, the second kitten has a waived adoption fee. Behaviorists recommend pairs because kittens benefit from the companionship and because they are more entertained, they do less damage around your home. If interested in meeting Annie, an adoption survey and instructions can be found on our website. Adoption Hours: Thursday-Monday; 11 AM to 4 PM (Adoptions until 3:30 PM) Address: 389 Requeza Street, Encinitas, CA 92024
We'll also keep you updated on ** Monkey (Floof King)'s adoption status with email updates.
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** Monkey (Floof King)

Domestic Longhair

Male, 1 yr 3 mos
Escondido, CA
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Spayed or Neutered,
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~DOB 04/05/2023 Fostered in Carlbad Meet Monkey! We should have named him Mr. Cuddles due to the fact that he is so affectionate, and, well...loves to cuddle! He loves to play with fishing rod toys, lasers, and pencils! He is very social and will approach almost anyone with a gentle headbutt and rub up against the leg. He loves to be pet behind his ears and will snuggle up against you for a long nap. He has spent the first year of his life in a home with older children, another cat, and two dogs. He is a very go-with-the-flow kind of guy! Meet Dolly! She is a one year old ragdoll mix. She is a typical female cat and very independent. When she's up for some attention, she will lay down, and turn over on to her back for a nice long belly rub. She is as sweet as pie and such a true doll! (Dolly is NOT a TTF cat, she is housed with Monkey (Flood King) and TTF has no behavior or medical information on her except she is housed with Monkey) Monkey and Dolly have been raised together so it would be best for them to be adopted as a pair but not a must. Dolly is 9 lbs and Monkey is 13 lbs. They are both up to date on shots, microchipped, spayed/neutered.

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3.4 miles

THE RESCUE HOUSE

P.O. Box 231336, Encinitas, CA 92023

Pet Types: cats

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4.1 miles

Rancho Coastal Humane Society

389 Requeza Street, Encinitas, CA 92024

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits

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10.6 miles

Today, Tomorrow, Forever Animal Rescue (TTFAR)

Escondido, CA 92029

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

13.1 miles

San Diego Humane Society - Oceanside Campus (Cats and Small Animals)

572 Airport Road, Oceanside, CA 92058

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, horses, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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Rescue

13.4 miles

Love Your Feral Felines

1929 W Vista Way, Space C, Vista, CA 92083

Pet Types: cats

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Rescue

15 miles

Cat Adoption Service

San Diego County, Escondido, CA 92026

Pet Types: cats

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Rescue

15 miles

Martin's Home, Inc

10121 West Lilac Road, Escondido, CA 92026

Pet Types: cats, horses, rabbits

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Rescue

15.5 miles

Howe - 2 Care 4 Critters

2976 Jacks Creek Place, Escondido, CA 92027

Pet Types: cats, birds, rabbits, small animals

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Shelter

15.5 miles

San Diego Humane Society - Escondido Campus

3500 Burnet Drive, Escondido, CA 92027

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, horses, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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15.5 miles

Furballs Furever Rescue

Escondido, CA 92027

Pet Types: cats, dogs, small animals

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