This page is dedicated to the misfits who have crossed the rainbow bridge.
Miss Oscar aka Grundy arrived at the ranch after a good Samaritan found her living in a dumpster. Despite being diabetic and in renal failure, she enjoyed snuggling with the dogs and napping in cat beds. Grundy was the most tolerant and gentle cat we have ever had the pleasure of knowing. She passed away on April 9th, 2018 at the (best guess) age of 17 years.
Lisa Turkey was gifted to someone with the intention that they would turn her into a meal. Luckily for her that person wasn't interested in the murder part of dinner preparation. Lisa was debeaked and declawed, a practice that is common in factory farming. Despite her mistreatment, Lisa was a very social bird. She loved greeting visitors, bossing around the other animals and helping in the garden. Lisa crossed the rainbow bridge on January 25th, 2019 and the manor hasn’t been the same since.
Quack Morris arrived at Misfit Manor with his partner Violet when they were both surrendered to a shelter in Philadelphia. Quack was a talkative buddy who enjoyed hanging out with Violet, pecking the shoes of visitors, swimming in the pools and napping in the sun. He crossed the rainbow bridge on August 9th, 2019.