Caboodle Ranch is a 30 acre non-profit cat sanctuary in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
The Ranch was unintentionally founded in 2003 when contractor Craig Grant agreed to take care of his son’s cat—he later found out she was pregnant with kittens.
Unable to bear giving up the kittens, Craig bought a new parcel of land, and cleared an outdoor space where the cats could roam, away from loose dogs and BB guns.
Craig purchased five more parcels of land, grew the sanctuary, and had 22 cats by Spring 2004.
Craig accepts wounded strays, cats who were formerly cage-bound, and cats that have been “kicked around by heartless people.”
In the middle of 100 acres of wildlife, the cats roam free through the nature trails, climb to tree forts, and hide in the underground dens Craig has built.
All the kittehs have been spayed or neutered, all shots are kept up to date and have regular visits to the vet.
Much more info on the story of Caboodle Ranch, photos, videos, planning a visit are here.
And as you can imagine, Caboodle Ranch is accepting donations.