picture of S'mores

S’mores is actually related to Wiggles, our spokes cat.  Since it took a year for their mommy cat to be trapped and spayed, she had another litter.  S’mores was one of those kittens.  He arrived in May 2015.  S’more is a super social and sweet kitty.  He has been adopted out twice and both times he was brought back because he was not able to adjust to his new homes.  S’mores has decided his home is here at the rescue with his two brothers Wiggles and Tabbi.  We will respectfully honor his wishes and not try to change his mind anymore.


picture of Iris

Iris was scheduled to be euthanized at the county shelter. They figured since she has an ear tip, was missing an eye, blind in her other eye, and was missing a back leg, and was 'feral' she would be better off euthanized. Iris is not a true feral. Just because a cat has a ear tip does not mean they are feral. It simply means they have been spayed/neutered. A good kitty rescue friend of ours pulled Iris from the shelter for us. Iris has had to learn to not be afraid of people and to use her other senses since she can't see.  She lives here at the rescue surrounded by kitty friends that provide her with love and comfort since she does not appreciate human affection.  Iris arrived in September 2017.


picture of Caesalpinia

Caesalpinia is a Bengal and we got her on October 20, 2017.  Caesalpinia Ferra means Leopard Tree and since she has spots and was rescued by a local plant nursery we wanted to name her accordingly. Thank you to Walter Anderson nursery for reaching out to our rescue when 6 Bengals were dumped outside of your doors.  Several of these Bengals needed emergency spays as they had a uterine infection from being over breed. All of the Bengals were adopted to wonderful loving homes, but Caesalpinia has decided she loves S'mores (another long term kitty here at the rescue).  Caes is not a fan of people petting her or touching her but she is fine with being admired from a distance.  We are sure her life before coming to the rescue has left some big emotional scars and a deep mistrust for people.  At least here she knows she is safe and has life long friends.


picture of Esky

Esky is a sweet female dog who lives in the Peruvian Amazon jungle.  She is cared for by our rescue.  Our primary goal is to get her spayed so she will no longer be able to have litter after litter of puppies.  Esky will also need to be vaccinated as Parvo, Distemper, and Rabies are all fairly common illness there.  Since we have taken over the care of Esky in 2022 she has started gaining weight and her fur/skin looks healthier than ever.  


picture of Chatran

Chatran is one of the dogs that live in the Peruvian Amazon jungle.  Our rescue provides basic medical care for the animals in the jungle such as bacterial, fugal, and parasite control/treatment.  Our goal is to get all the animals vaccinated as well since Parvo, Distemper, and Rabies are all very common in the jungle.  Chatran can often be spotted hanging out with the other dogs of the village and often follows us around as we complete our daily tasks,


picture of Tobi

Tobi is a dominant male dog who lives in the Peruvian Amazon jungle.  His buddy is Chatran.  Tobi is the father of many of the puppies in the jungle as he has taken a strong liking to Esky.  Our rescue helps provide basic necessities to the dogs here such as food and medical supplies.  Our goal is to get all the dogs vaccinated against common diseases and viruses.


picture of Negro

Negro is super sweet and playful.  He lives in the Peruvian Amazon jungle and can often be found playing with the puppies that live there.  He is well mannered and knows several tricks such as shake.  Negro has been treated by our rescue for fungal issues, been given antibiotics for various injuries sustained by living in the jungle, and gets regular nail trims as his back feet have dew claws that tend to grow in towards the skin.  Our goal is to get him vaccinated for Parvo, Distemper, and Rabies as these are common in the jungle.


picture of Peluchin

Peluchin is a dominant male dog that lives in the Peruvian Amazon jungle.  Since most all of the dogs that live here are not spayed or neutered that are aggressive when females go into heat.  Peluchin lost his left eye in a fight with three other male dogs over trying to mate with a female dog in heat.  Our goal is to get him vaccinated for Parvo, Distemper, and Rabies as these are common in the jungle.  If possible we would also like to get as many as the dogs spayed and neutered as we can to help with population control as well as the aggression that goes along with being intact.


picture of Susu

Susu is a sweet but shy dog.  She loves to play with the puppies in the village.  Susu is also very smart and knows several commands.  She is well cared for by her owner, but most people in the Peruvian Amazon jungle do not have extra cash to spare so getting their pets spayed or vaccines is rather difficult.  Our goal is to help them accomplish this.  Susu needs to be vaccinated as viruses such as Distemper, Parvo, and Rabies are all very common here.