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posted 4 years ago
WARNING: If you are at this site doing research because you are considering taking a cat to Caboodle Ranch Cat Sanctuary don't make your decision based on Caboodle Ranch's website propaganda. One site to start your research at is www.facebook.com/caboodleranch.savethekitties where you will find eyewitness accounts, photos, and official reports. You may also email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Other sources for information are: Laura Bevin, HSUS Director of Eastern Regional Office; Veterinarian Dr. Julie Levy, Director Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program; Lanie Anton, ASPCA Community Initiatives Director; Robin Politowicz, Best Friends Animal Society Community Animal Assistance Senior Specialist.
All these organizations have experience with or knowledge of Caboodle Ranch.
Caboodle Ranch isn't alone in the world of animal rescues that "dupe" the public into believing their promises of benevolent deeds. For similar stories read about Tiger Ranch, Sacred Vision Cat Sanctuary, and Angel's Gate Hospice for Animals.
After exhausting all the online articles and groups then we can focus on contacting rescue groups and veterinarians in the Madison County area.
Caboodle Ranch: Save the kitties
Pros: Meant well
Cons: Needs help but refuses any
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Caboodle Ranch Cat Rescue
posted 6 years ago
I've checked out their entire website and it looks great. They obviously love cats and do all they can to give them affection, food and medical care.
They've answered my emails every time I've written to them. I've offered to help transport cats from my area of Florida to the ranch. They appreciated the offer and they said they would contact me if they needed my help. I'm looking forward to being able to volunteer. I adore cats!
Pros: They accept all cats that come their way!
Cons: They need more protection from coyotes and other predators.
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