Throughout the years, we have helped thousands of pets from a variety of backgrounds find their happily-ever-after. Below are photos of just a small fraction of our furry friends in their forever homes. There is no better feeling than seeing a rescue pet happy, healthy, and thriving.
Duppy came from a neglectful situation. He was emaciated and terrified upon coming to WOASH. Duppy was adopted after nearly 2 years in the shelter! Now, he has a full belly, doggo brothers, and lots of long naps.
Harley and Stretch were given up when their owner passed away. A senior bonded pair can be difficult to find a home for. These purr-fect brothers hit the jackpot in their new life!
Charlotte was adopted as a senior kitty. She developed some health issues, including Feline Cushing's Disease. Her family loves her so much and we are so grateful for them not giving up on her when her medical needs started to become tough.
Bindi was stray momma who had just had a litter of kittens. She spent time in a foster home until her kittens were weaned. Bindi found her perfect match. She now loves to have the zoomies at 2AM and talk to her dad at all times.
Royce was surrendered when his family no longer had time for him. After over 4 months of waiting for a home, Royce was adopted by the perfect mom and 2 doggy sisters.
Ruby Mae (formerly Giblet) and Bandit live the most spoiled kitty life. Ruby Mae was a stray kitten. Bandit came to us after living years on a farm and is FIV+. They co-exist together and love their human mom!
Akela, formerly known as Crash, was hit by a car as a young kitten. Although vets did everything they could to save her leg, it just couldn't heal correctly. Crash quickly adapted to being a three-legged kitty. She loves her kitty sibling and plays constantly!
Bambi was dumped at our doorstep on an 80 degree day with her brother, Todd. These two senior kitties had a very difficult time adjusting to shelter life and had medical needs. Sadly, Todd passed away. We didn't think Bambi was going to survive, but the perfect family adopted her to live out her last days. Being back in a home has Bambi THRIVING!
Karma (left) was surrendered by state police who needed immediate placement when the previous owner was arrested. Now, her name is Lucy and she was adopted by one of the officers who saved her life!
Milo lived at WOASH for over a year. His owner passed and he was untouchable when he first arrived. Through a lot of time, patience, and work, Milo became a well-loved boy with a big personality. A perfect kitty mom took a chance on Milo. Now, he is affectionate and living his best life.
Bowser was picked up as a stray by an animal control facility that unfortunately has to euthanize for space. He was left unclaimed and didn't have much time left. We were able to pull him into our shelter to save his life. Bowser, now Buddy, is spoiled rotten with his new family!
Mariah, now named Shyra, was a stray kitty who wasn't trusting of humans. She was very shy and didn't care to meet visitors. A lovely adopter took a chance on her and now she cuddles in their lap. All kitties, even shy ones, long for the perfect match and just need a chance.
Butters was surrendered to us after her owner went into hospice care. She was found to have a MASSIVE open wound that was weeks old along her side. Butters had emergency care and healed nicely. Now, she is so loved with her new human mom.
Cedar was found as a stray. He was adopted, then returned to us two years later. Cedar was always an anxious and timid boy He is so grateful to have found his forever family who provided him lots of time and patience.
Jax is such a playful and adorable guy! He lives with his humans, including his human sister with disabilities. Jax was the purr-fect addition to his human's home and does so well with his sister and her needs.
Aylah, now Penelope, was found as a stray. She is so full of life! Aylah found her happily-ever-after where she gets to dress up and have all the tennis balls she wants!
Daisy's owner had cancer and was surrendered to us. This beautiful lady found herself the perfect home for a senior kitty to retire in. Now her name is Ripley and she has all of the cozy places to nap in!
Marjorie was found as a stray, sad, and scared kitty. She had a very hard time adjusting to shelter life. Her new family is so smitten with her adorable personality.
Priscilla, now Penelope, was found tied up in an alley. She was adopted and moved all the way to New Jersey. Hazel loves to go for hikes and watch football with her dad.
Skittles was found as a super friendly stray boy. He quickly found his forever home with his new mom who adores him!
Maeve was abandoned by her first owners and tossed outside by her second owners after having a litter of kittens. Thankfully, someone rescued this girl before the cycle could continue. Maeve was adopted by one of our volunteers and now lived with her other kitty siblings.