Our Goal: To Save Cats

Our Rescue Journey

New Hope Rescue Ranch was founded in the beginning of 2013.  The goal has always been to help save more cats, and we do that both alone and in conjunction with other independent rescuers and rescue organizations.  After cats have completed a quarantine period to ensure they are not contagious, they are allowed to mingle indoors, cage-free, with other cats and to enjoy the outdoors (if they so desire) in a ½ acre enclosure surrounded by a “cat fence” to keep them safe.  We serve a diverse feline population ranging from semi-ferals who never set a paw indoors, to temporary fosters, to rescued adoptables and un-adoptables (including some “fospice” and special-needs cats).

Meet Some of Our Inspirations

Archie and Girlfriend



Get Involved

Make a Donation

Help reduce the suffering of a sick or injured cat by contributing to our vet fund. Everyday there are pleas for cats like Gibbs. Gibbs probably got hit by a car as he has a fractured pelvis and broken tail. His tail is “dead”, but he can walk and weight bear on both legs. Right now he is getting bed rest, and after 6 weeks he will be further assessed. He is a friendly guy who we hope someday will find a home.

No amount is too large ;).  We are 501 (c)(3), so all donations are tax deductible.

Partner with Us

Keep a cat off the street through sponsorship. Become a monthly donor.  Rescue never takes a break.

Volunteer Your Time

Give of your time to help cats. 

Why Choose Us?

We will always take a cat back if it is not a good fit for you and your family.