When you adopt your new baby will arrive in an eco-friendly biodegradable tiny pot. We will send him or her along with their adoption certificate stating your new baby's name and adoption Number along with a free soil scoop! It is our favorite tool to use when moving our babies to bigger digs.

#Rescue Parent

The Shelter

#adoption fee $10.00

ADOPT.

Nurture.

love.

#Forever home

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Designed Succulent Plant

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Getting one of our babies ready for their trip to their new home.

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Pups waiting for their forever homes

New York City

New York City

You can find one of us always planted in front of the computer

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Life Succs

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These babies get only the best - rainwater!

Since we were kids, we loved cacti. but we referred to them as “cactuses” back then. We were young, innocent, and hadn't yet mastered the art of collective names. When we spotted one in the store, we begged our moms to buy it for us. Oh, the joy we felt when she said, OK! But the joy was quickly followed by distress as our new pet stabbed us, warning us to back off.  If this sounds at all familiar, today is your lucky day because we have lots to choose from and you don't have to ask your mom if you are allowed to get one. In addition, you are now older and wiser and will not try to cuddle your new pet.  Will you?  Come peruse through the shelter.  You will find a gaggle of cacti waiting for you!

What is not to like about succulents? They make great pets and are so easy to take care of. These pets don’t require to be fed and watered every day like your children.  As a matter of fact, you don’t have to feed them at all and you only have to water them about once a week. No need to shell out extra cash when you go on a weeks' vacation - these guys babies don't require a sitter.  What pet have you owned that could soothe a sunburn? Or could clean the air and strip away harmful toxins.  We had two dogs that filled the air with harmful toxins. Or at least they smelled harmful.