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Announcing $6 Saturday at FieldHaven Feline Center

Announcing $6 Saturday at FieldHaven Feline Center

Can you imagine entering "adulthood" on you 1st birthday?  Neither can we!  Spring is kitten season and that means that some pretty remarkable "adult" cats are often overlooked by adopters.  We understand.  Its hard not to fall in love with those little roly poly bundles of love.  But kittens don't stay kittens for very long.  That's why we are putting our "adult" kitties Front and Center at the Center!  

Whether you are looking for a loving lap companion or want to "Go Green" with a Rodent Raider you will find that perfect cat at FieldHaven Feline Center.

Join us for $6 Saturday, May 18th from Noon to 4:00 pm and take home one (or two!)  of these fabulous felines for a fabulous adoption fee of just $6.00.

Check out the beautiful cats available  right now at by visiting our Adoptables Page at www.fieldhaven.com and then come on over to FieldHaven Feline Center and meet your puurrrfect match!

 

Radio Personality Kitty O’Neal Set to Emcee the 5th Annual Classics, Cats & Cabernet

Radio Personality Kitty O’Neal Set to Emcee the 5th Annual Classics, Cats & Cabernet

KFBK radio personality Kitty O’Neal will serve as the emcee for the 5th annual Classics, Cats & Cabernet to benefit FieldHaven Feline Center in Lincoln. The annual event, with its unique displays of classic wood boats, historic rare cars and gourmet food & wine, has become a favorite fundraising experience.

“FieldHaven has built a reputation for innovative and creative solutions that help people and animals in this community. Classics, Cats & Cabernet is our opportunity to showcase our efforts and let the people of Placer County know what we can accomplish,” said FieldHaven’s president, Joy Smith. “This year we’ve added some exciting changes.

RRUFF Quarterly Meet N Greet Saturday, April 27 Noon

RRUFF Quarterly Meet N Greet  Saturday, April 27  Noon

Join RRUFF on Saturday, April 27 from Noon - 1:30 p.m at Pet Food Express in The Fountains, Roseville for our Quarterly Meet N Greet

Dog lovers defend pit bulls as breed

SACRAMENTO, CA - A pit bull attack that left a woman in Stockton dead Thursday has re-ignited a debate about the breed: Is their reputation for violence deserved?

STORY: Woman killed in apparent pit bull attack in Stockton ID'd

Owners of American Staffordshire Terriers competing at Cal Expo's Sacramento Kennel Club Dog Show will tell you their dogs are often mistaken by the public for pit bulls, so they're intimately aware of the public scorn for pit bulls.

That's especially true for Richard Chatigny. After years of raising Amstaffs and other dogs, he and his wife adopted a pit bull named Sadie.

"She's the calmest. She's the most obedient. She's the most accepting of anybody and everybody. She's a great ambassador," Chatigny said of Sadie.

Rio Linda family forced to give up pet deer after California Fish and Wildlife take her

Rio Linda family forced to give up pet deer after California Fish and Wildlife take her

RIO LINDA, CA - A Rio Linda family said it was more like a dog to them, but the Department of Fish and Wildlife said they could not keep a deer as a pet.

That's why a team of biologists and Fish and Wildlife officers ended up in a Rio Linda backyard Tuesday with tranquilizer guns.

Saida Ponce's family adopted Floracita two years ago when she was just a newborn found on the side of the road, where her mother had been killed by a car.

RELATED STORY: Rio Linda family fights to keep adopted pet deer