If you have never been to a cat rescue. This is the one you have to visit. With over 700 cats, kittens, dogs and peacocks set on 14 acres and by a river. All this with anti predator fencing and the kitties are all free roaming. They accept ferals, domesticated, FIV and FeLV cats. Of course they have their separate sections and all have heating for winter and air and misters for summer. They advocate for spaying and neutering, tnr and bottle babies.If your looking to adopt a cat they have them, they have foster cats and cat sponsorships too. If you are looking for a truely amazing place, look no further than here.
I have adopted two cats from this wonderful cat sanctuary and rescue and am thrilled with their level of caring, customer service, and their commitment to helping get tens of thousands of community/stray/feral cats spayed and neutered.
I started looking at Facebook last year. I am a serious cat freak. I love them in any shape or size. So when I came across this nonprofit. I was ecstatic to say the least. This lady rocks. Yes, she gets pissed off at the public and rightfully so. But she loves cats more than I do. If that is possible. She adopts them out. Or she keeps them. But most importantly, she loves and cares very much for them. She even gave them the big house.
The Cat House on the KIngs is a non profit, no-kill shelter mostly dedicated to save cats, but they also have some dogs and goats. They are amazing, they care for ferals, strays, and they encourage TNR (trap-neuter-release). Lynea, the founder, has dedicated her life to help these animals, many of them belonging to irresponsible owners that just neglect to spay/neuter their pets. The Cat House on the Kings, on a daily basis find kittens and adult cats left at their front door. They not only spay/neuter their residents, but they also treat them for any ailments they might have. They are giving a second chance to so many cats that otherwise would be starving to death on the streets of California.
The Cat House on the Kings is an absolutely AMAZING cat rescue organization. It is a no-kill shelter. Animals that are accepted there have a home for the remainder of their lives (unless, of course, they're adopted to a forever home). The owner is huge on educating the public about spaying and neutering, as are all the volunteers. This shelter is a much-needed organization. It is continually growing, and thus continually needs funds. This is the real deal: a shelter that cares about its cats and works with its community in helping to curb the pet overpopulation problem.