Our Mission

"To work tirelessly providing unwanted Seniors and Special Needs Cats, the opportunity to live their lives in a loving home and not in the confines of a cage."

We partner with five shelters on the West Coast by fostering or adopting 
 otherwise unadoptable cats.
We take their "Fospice" cases as well as the medically and physically challenged ones. 

We currently share our home with 20+ cats experiencing various physical and medical challenges. We care for 7 cats with Cerebellar Hypoplasia, also known as "Wobbly Kitty", who range in age from 1 year to 5 years old, a 20 year old lady who is deaf, a kitten with deformed back legs and is incontinent and has Manx Syndrome,  a Manx kitty that has Manx Syndrome and is inconinent. 4 diabetic cats, a cat who recently had a feeding tube removed after almost 8 months,  a kitty with Megacolon, 8 cats with kidney failure requiring Sub-Q fluids,  3 cats that are in the developing stages of kidney failure, 3 cats that are blind in one eye, 3 cats with stomatitis, 1 kitty with Hydrocephalus and  1 cat with  Radial Hypoplasia , also known as "Twisty Paws". 
What is so "Special" about "Special Needs" Kitties?
" They do not see their disability, and they overlook the flaws in us"
Fred                                                 Miracle



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Audrey Kao is an ambitious teenager that has a plan for her future. 
Her plan is to go to college and become an animator.

One of the way she is financing her tuition is by doing water color and charcoal drawings of animals.

She also donates a portion of her earnings to Seattle Humane Society.  You can visit her site at:
Audrey Kao Art


            Ragz                          Ashlee