ASPCA Rehoming of Caboodle Cats

It is time for people who have argued about Caboodle Ranch to put aside their differences and support ASPCA in finding new homes for the ‘Caboodle Cats’. As you are no doubt aware, ASPCA have been heavily involved in rehabilitating hundreds of Caboodle cats, many of whom were in need of medical attention and spaying or neutering.

Caboodle Ranch Cats and Craig Grant

Caboodle Ranch Cats at the Ranch with Craig Grant

The ASPCA Caboodle cats have been in a temporary shelter in Jacksonville. They have received medical attention and TLC which includes vaccinations, microchipping and some socialization where necessary.

The big push is now on to rehome the cats that have not been reclaimed by the people who had relinquished their cats to Caboodle Ranch.

This is a mega-task considering the numbers, which is why PoC has been asked to spread the word, which I am happy to do. ASPCA are hosting three large adoption events in order to get the ball rolling and to present a high profile to this special one-off adoption process.

The ASPCA adoption events will be held on August 11th and 12th (2012). This is a fantastic opportunity to not only give a new, loving home to a cat that will be very grateful but to share your life with a cat that has become quite famous, really. The Caboodle cats are probably the most discussed rescue cats on the internet. Here is your chance to adopt one. You have to be a good cat guardian though!

Here are some details. You can also visit the ASPCA website if you wish.

Please spread the news….

Jacksonville Caboodle Ranch Adoption Event

***There is no adoption fee for the Jacksonville event***

The hosts for this event are ASPCA and Jacksonville Humane Society

This event includes the “Caboodle Ranch survivors”, including barn cats and special needs cats (e.g. FIV-positive or feline leukemia).

Date: Saturday, August 11 and Sunday, August 12, 10:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M.

Location: ASPCA temporary shelter at 2580 West 1st Street, Jacksonville, FL 32254. See Google Map for this location (includes Street View).

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Important: Please bring:

  1. One government-issued photo ID (i.e., driver’s license, passport, military ID, or non-driver ID),
  2. proof of address and;
  3. a cat carrier if you have one.


The host for this event is Cat Depot. The cats are as for the Jacksonville event.

Date: Saturday, August 11 and Sunday, August 12, 10:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M.

Location: Robarts Arena at the Sarasota County Fairgrounds, 3000 Ringling Boulevard, Sarasota, FL 34237. See Google map for this location.

Bring along the same ID as for the Jacksonville event and a carrier, please. There is a modest $10 adoption fee.


The hosts for the Clearwater adoption event are Humane Society of Pinellas County. The cats are as for the Jacksonville event. The date is:

Saturday, August 11 and Sunday, August 12, 10:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M.

Location: 1928 Gulf to Bay Boulevard, Clearwater, FL 33765, (Overflow parking will be available across the street at Clearwater High School.). See Google map for this location (with street view).

Same ID as before and you can ‘name your own adoption fee!

Happy Adopting..

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ASPCA Rehoming of Caboodle Cats — 7 Comments

      • It is so exciting to see them finally going to loving homes that they deserve. Four more days to go until there are a whole lot of happy kitties and families!

    • Well that is sad because a group of young people and some adult here in Tampa and Orlando are taking free dogs and cats from craiglist they are taking them to an empty field let the cage open and when the kitties and dogs run to freedom they shoot them to kill them, a lady post this in craiglist the police is after this but people dont care giving their pets away, and this is what is making me sick ASPCA is giving the Caboodle to anyone and people with Piton Snakes feeds them with cats and little dogs and other animals.. Please poor Caboodle Cats giving them for free and to anybody!!

  1. I will be glad to hear the end of it too and hope the cats all get good homes. I can’t help wondering though why the people who have reclaimed their cats, relinquished them to CR in the first place?
    Hopefully all this has given a reality check to the people who dump their cats in Shelters on any old excuse they can think up.

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