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We are a non-profit & all breed rescue organization operating in the Baja, Mexico and San Diego, CA areas to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome cats & dogs. Learn more about 

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 Scheduled Adoption Events

To see all events, visit our EVENT CALENDAR Page.

To make the most out of your time, we suggest you SUBMIT an adoption APPLICATION BEFORE an adoption event.

Check the animal attendance the morning before the event to confirm attendance of a particular rescue. In addition, please check the up-to-date animals attendance list 1 HOUR BEFORE an event to know if the dog or cat you want to meet is still attending.

Also remember to review important event information BEFORE attending.

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Not ready to adopt a dog or cat? Have no time to volunteer or foster?

You can still help: a donation is a great way to help ARWOB! Any amount - large or small - is appreciated.


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Foster a Rescue

Fostering is
  FREE and FUN! 


We not only provide you with everything you need to take care of one of our rescues, but the experience is SO fulfilling. By placing one animal into a foster home, you allow us to save another. We are always in need of foster parents.

Read more about our fostering program...

 
 

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Rosemary

URGENT: We need a foster family for mama Rosemary asap! Of course we would love to find a permanent adopter for her right away, but we also offer a foster-to-adopt program.

Here is what we know about Rosemary from her current caretaker:



“For Rosemary's living situation, I keep her in a large dog crate with her own litter box, food, and water in my bedroom where the kittens roam free. She is in the crate when I am not in the room, and when I am in the room, she is out of the crate. She doesn't have any problems using the litter box anymore since I put her in the crate. I think she has actually come to enjoy it a little bit as she doesn't seem to mind going back in which gives her a break from her babies.

As far as personality goes, she is very social, friendly and approaches you when you are in the room. She will come to you to be pet. She loves being pet, and is usually purring when you give her attention. If I am doing schoolwork in there, she loves to hangout near me whether on my desk, my bed, or at my feet on the floor. She is okay being picked up to be transferred or moved (I pick her up and put her on my dresser so she can eat away from her babies because they always try to steal her food) but she does not really care to be held. She also does not seem like a lap cat because when you pick her up and put her on your lap to pet her, she will only stay a few seconds. She is not playful, but is more of an old soul (she is still very thin and I feel like she has used a lot of her resources and therefore chooses to rest a lot). She is not skittish, and is alway happy to see me when I enter the room. She even talks to me.

She would be good with a first time or experienced owner, but likely not with young children who are going to try and carry her around the house. We have not introduced her to any of our cats, and the first couple weeks she would growl when we entered the room. I think she was being protective of her kittens.” 


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