Meet the feisty Oliver and his adopted brother, Rambo!
Rambo came to the Lassen County Animal Shelter scared and in a trap. He’s been wary of people but never has he shown an ounce of aggression. Over a period of time, staff worked to help him feel more comfortable and he began to settle into his new life at the shelter. That’s where Oliver came into the picture. The rest of Oliver’s litter was adopted and it was clear that he needed company, which he found in Rambo. He LOVES Rambo. And it seems the feeling is mutual. Since they’ve been paired up, Rambo is a whole new kitten. He’s still cautious but he now plays, wrestles, and shows interest in interacting with staff and visitors alike.
Oliver is more cuddly and demands attention, while Rambo is reserved and likes to keep pets at a minimum for now. The pair need to find their forever home together. Staff recommends that they be indoor only. They are neutered, leukemia tested negative, UTD on vaccinations and ready for the next amazing chapter in their lives.
For more information on Oliver and Rambo, or other adoptable animals at the Lassen County Animal Shelter, please call (530) 257-9200.
Featured animals at the Lassen County Animal Shelter are available for adoption on a first-come-first-serve basis. According to California law, all adoptable dogs and cats must be spayed and neutered before leaving our facility. If interested in adopting an animal, please contact the shelter directly.
Current shelter hours during the COVID-19 pandemic are Monday through Friday, 9:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. Closed Saturday and Sunday. You can contact the shelter at 257-9200.