~ About Us ~We are an all volunteer, non-profit 501c3 which was founded in February, 2001. The Peaceful Kingdom Alliance 4 Animals is dedicated to help stop animal abuse and suffering through public education and national awareness. We believe that all animals, as our fellow living creatures, deserve our respect and appreciation and that it is our duty to do our utmost to protect them from harm. It is our sincere desire to do our part, and encourage others as well, to help stop the pet overpopulation problem through spaying and neutering, NOT euthanasia. Our mission is to help homeless and abandoned animals, and those that have been abused, mistreated, or injured, to find shelter, medical help and, at long last, the wonderful new forever homes that they each so richly deserve!
Rescued in the spring of 2003 and seriously ill with FeLV, Bangor's doctor held out little hope for his survival. More than ten years later, Bangor became both our mascot and our inspiration. His courage and determination during the long months of his illness taught us to never give up, and most of all, to NEVER lose hope!
(Our beloved Bangor passed away on Sept 8, 2012.)
~ Adopting a Friend ~
Please call or email us if you would like to inquire about one of our cats, and we will be happy to send you a copy of our Adoption Application; or, if you prefer, you may also Apply Online. For the safety of our cats, all applications are carefully screened and a home check and veterinarian reference is required. Cat/Kitten adoption fees are $45.00.
(Your $45 adoption fee will help us rescue even more homeless animals!)
~ Adopt a Kern County Homeless Pet! ~
The homeless pet situation in the United States is extremely critical. Millions of innocent lives are lost each and every day due to owner surrender and abandonment of these precious animals in local animal shelters nationwide.
If you live in Bakersfield or the surrounding area, please consider adopting your next pet from a Kern County Animal Shelter...Your new best friend is waiting for you there!
"Not to hurt our humble brethren (the animals) is our first duty to them, but to stop there is not enough. We have a higher mission - to be of service to them whenever they require it...If you have men who will exclude any of God's creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow men."