People looking to adopt an adult/senior Ragdoll can find them in a variety of places. There are a number of Ragdoll-specific rescues around the country; shelters often have Ragdolls, though they may be mislisted.
**ADOPTED** Bird is an 11 month old Lynx Point Ragdoll mix with a thick medium-length coat. He is a very affectionate boy and loves to … Continue reading “Ragdoll Cat Adoption Oklahoma: Bird – Ragdoll Rescue Oklahoma”
Merlin’s Hope Ragdoll Rescue, in conjunction with a DFW area cat rescue, intends to apply for 501c3 status in the next year. They are looking for someone to help them complete the 501c3 paperwork.
Pandora is a pure-bred, seal-mitted Ragdoll, born February 18, 2003, at a New York breeder. Today she is seven years old. Her story might not be what you expect – but it has a wonderful ending. I promise!
When it comes to rehoming a beloved family pet or even one that has come into your yard and has no home, you’ve got to become a marketing pro. Your cat is your product and you’ve got to market the heck out of it to find the right home. Here are essential DOs and DON’Ts when rehoming your pet.
Several years ago I visited a small cat shop in Houston which featured a very small boarding area for cats next to their retail area. This was my introduction to the concept of boarding cats.
Meet Marley. Marley is a 3-year old German Shepherd. Marley is the reason why there is no product review today. Marley is my brother’s dog and we are looking for a home for him.
Do you have a Facebook account? What about a Twitter account? Have you always wanted to help a rescue, but don’t have the financial resources to do it? Well, Brawny Cat, makers of the Scratch’n Slumber Comfort Loungers, have made a generous offer if we can do 100 Facebook and Twitter shout outs.
I rec’d the following plea for help from Merlin’s Hope: A Ragdoll and Maine Coon Rescue. This website gets about 26,000 hits a month, can you imagine if every just gave $5? That’d be $130,000! Please help, if you can! I have included photos of adoptable Rescue Ragdolls and Maine Coons in this post.
Did you know that June is Adopt-A-Cat Month? Of course, adopting a cat is a celebration, but not a decision to be made lightly. If you haven’t decided to adopt yet or if you have enough putty cats and don’t have room for more but you’d love to give back – then check out the cool things these companies are doing!