Southern Nevada Animal Rescue League, exists to provide a better life for adoptable homeless, abandoned, or abused animals. We aim to assist in the effort of limiting the overpopulation of these animals as well as educate the public against breed or size discrimination. There is no such thing as a “bad breed”, only bad humans. Our mission is to make sure all of the animals we rescue are placed in loving, safe, and viable fur-ever homes.
Pet of the Month
Cici is a rare white Tortoiseshell Siamese mix kitty. She is very affectionate and honestly thinks she is a dog. She LOVES human food and will beg like a dog does for it. She loves to snuggle and have her belly rubbed. She is not a super playful kitty, but does enjoy playing now and again. Her beautiful crystal blue eyes will absolutely melt your heart. She is approx. 3 years young. Cici came to us originally as an owner assist kitty. She was an indoor/outdoor kitty and not spayed... so she got pregnant and the owner did not know how to care for kittens. We offered to take in Cici so she could have her kittens. Once her kittens were old enough to be separated from mom, we had her fully vaccinated and spayed with the intentions of returning her to her owner. Unfortunately the owner had fallen on hard times and could no longer keep Cici, so now she is looking for her new forever home.
If you are interested in adopting Cici, please complete an adoption application on our forms page. Please note a home check is required. All Southern Nevada Animal Rescue League (SNARL) cats are to be indoor only kitties and are not allowed outside unless it is in a cat proof yard or catio.