If you know of a domesticated animal in need of a good home, post a description here. Hopefully the Davis Wiki can find a good home for him or her.

If you're interested in adopting one of the featured pets, contact the person who made the original post. But please consider how much devotion and effort it takes to be a good pet owner.

Other places to look if you want to adopt a pet include the SPCA and the Feral Feline Organization.

Free Kitten(Spayed)

Posted:  July 27, 2015, by Karen

A stray pregnant cat had kittens at our horse boarding facility, both the mom and two of the kittens are already adopted out, and Debbie Jr. will be available for adoption on August 7 after her spay.  She has been handled frequently and is very sweet.  Here's a photo.  Please e-mail me if you are interesting in adopting this cutie.  karenleighbaker@att.net


Free Kittens

Posted: July 4, 2011, by Laura

A stray cat had kittens in our garage, we are trying to find them homes. Keep in mind that they are/were feral kittens, so they are a little more skittish than normal, and need to be socialized more than usual. I don't know how old they are, but I would guess about 8 weeks.

Lila: (female)

Quite mellow and enjoys sleeping and being held upside down in your hands. Tendency to hiss.

Ashly: (female)

Playful with a loud purr, but a little skittish at times.

Tyrion: (male)

Playful and the least shy of all the kittens. Will hiss at times.

We have videos of them too! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5jXnk8QgG0 Here are Lila and Tyrion playing. There are more vids of them on my channel. Call us at 530 758 4903 if you are interested in them, or email me at lhomec@gmail.com

Jack, the Ocicat

Posted: May 19, 2008, by Carl Jack is a smart, affectionate and very loving exotic cat who currently lives in Sacramento. He is up to date on all shots and is fixed. Unfortunately, he doesn't get along with other cats. He needs to be an "only." He adores humans, though and loves attention. He puts his big paws on your shoulders and buries his head in your neck and purrs when you carry him. Everyone his current owner knows who's met him (with the exception of other cats) loves him. He loves to sleep next to someone and when the current owner pats her knee, he jumps up and curls up on her lap. She would absolutely keep him if she could, but her other 2 cats are living in terror. To learn more about ocicats, see here.