Michael and Betty

Michael and Betty came to YAPS when their owner had no choice but to surrender them. Both of them are lovely cats and transitioned well into the YAPS cage free Cattery. We posted them individually on social media and encouraged anyone interested to consider adopting...

Spinner

Spinner came to YAPS and she was full of worries. She wondered if being turned into a rescue meant that she used one of her lives. She worried about never finding a home of her own. She worried about COVID and seeing less people come to visit YAPS. Her list of worries...

Marigold

Marigold has made her new home her castle. This queen of cattitude was the ruler of cattery while at YAPS. She came to YAPS after having a litter of kittens and found herself homeless. Now, her last litter of kittens have been adopted and she has sworn off boys. She...

Frito

On September 7, 2017, we asked to pull the next dog scheduled to be euthanized at a local shelter. On that day YAPS had one kennel open and we wanted to truly save a life. The dog we rescued was described as a “fearful, male, red and white Beagle Mix.” He had to leave...

Brownie Bear

Brownie Bear has found his smile! When Brownie Bear came to YAPS his smile was lost. We tried to help him find it but we knew what he really needed was stability in a loving home. Brownie’s first adoption didn’t work out and so he came back to YAPS until...

Reggie

Reggie was an emergency rescue from a local animal shelter. He was at the shelter with a fractured front, left leg and he was in need of treatment asap. October 11 was a Sunday and YAPS typically doesn’t have staff to pick up pets on Sunday’s but Reggie...