Animal Updates

Hello Amazing Grace and Charlie!

Say hello to Amazing Grace and Charlie. These 2 senior kitties joined the Satchel’s family last weekend. They are both very social cats. Charlie is extremely vocal and is looking for a home with someone ... continue reading

Meet Jimbo

Three year-old Jimbo has had a rough start to his young life. Found on the streets as a stray with a collar embedded in his neck, Jimbo was bounced around from shelter to shelter until ... continue reading

Mother and Son Hanging Out

I caught Duchess and her son, Ted, hanging out together this afternoon. Duchess and her 3 boys came to Satchel’s in December. Duchess is 11 and her boys are 10. They are all a little ... continue reading

Life is Wonderful

Enjoy this video of Satchel’s adoptions for the first six months of 2020.  

Meet Hagrid!

Hagrid is an exuberant, loving boy who quickly bonds and falls in love with everyone he meets. He is fearful of some men so a very slow introduction would be required. Hagrid is 1 1/2 ... continue reading

We say Goodbye to Phoebe.

We have many senior pets at Satchels, which means having to say goodbye comes more often than we would like, but unfortunately the cycle of life must go on. Last week was Phoebe’s turn to ... continue reading

Our little Lady Bug!

Our little Lady Bug can be a bit of a baby. This sweet pocket pitty has been at Satchel’s for 7 years waiting for her forever home. She absolutely adores people but doesn’t like other ... continue reading

Meet Jaxy!

Meet one of our newer dogs Jaxy. Jaxy knows tricks like “Jaxy box” and will stand on his hind legs and bop your hands. He seems to like other dogs and could possibly live with ... continue reading

Congratulations Hope!

Another forever home found during National Adopt-A-Cat Month! Hope found her person after almost a year at Satchel’s. A shy kitty, not coming out of her hidey hole when strangers were around. However, Jill came ... continue reading

Congratulations Luna!

Congratulations Luna, Matthew and Alex! Luna came to Satchel’s earlier in June when her ower found she could no longer care for her due to family changes. Luna was extremely shy and standoffish but warmed ... continue reading