Hurray for Scarlett. The gray kitten has gone to her forever home.


Peanut, also known as Paco, is a 5-year-young male Chihuahua. Despite all the commotion during the parade and festival, he still remained calm and relaxed. Peanut is good with other dogs, but size seems to intimidate him a bit. He is great with the feline crowd. Paco would do well in a home without small children as they seem to intimidate him, too. Besides that, he’s not a barker … not one peep during the whole parade. He loves the leash, but most of all, Peanut would love a lap, or a purse. What a love this boy is. Escape artist, though. So secure environment is a must.
How can you resist? Don’t miss out on the kitten fun. These two little kittens are patiently waiting for you. No more June gloom, because they will keep you smiling with their kitten antics all through the month. The gray is a male with the great name of Brett and the tiger-striped is a male from another litter whose name is Gatsby. He lost his mama, so the brother and sisters’ Mom stepped in to care for him as one of her own. So they call him their step-brother. Call ARF to make an appointment to visit. All kittens are litter-box trained, good eaters and not vocal.
Sunny (below) is looking for a new home. She is about 6 years young and a great mouser. She has been accustomed to indoor/outdoor. She likes to venture out the door, but prefers to stay inside at night. Sunny needs a home ASAP.


ARF has many cats available for adoption or fostering.

Go to and click on Petfinder.

There is also a link for Facebook.

All pets are spayed, neutered and current on shots.

ARF is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays.

Creature Corner is sponsored this week by Idyllwild Vacation Rentals and Nugget, the Office Dog!