This no-kill cage free shelter has placed over 5,000 cats and kittens in loving homes. Adoption hours are saturdays fromn 10-4, the 1st & 3rd Sunday of each month from 1-4 and anytime by appointment.
We need more animal shelters like this no-kill, cage-free cat haven. The facilities are clean and the cats are well cared for. If a cat is skittish, they'll assign it a Kitty-Buddy, a volunteer who... spends time helping the kitty get used to people. If a cat needs medical care, they ensure that it gets the attention it needs. They have a huge staff of volunteers who come in daily to clean house, feed the cats, and give meds to any that need it. This shelter has thrived for 20 years on public donations and volunteer time, and I'm sure will be here for 20 more!VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
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We need more animal shelters like this no-kill, cage-free cat haven. The facilities are clean and the cats are well cared for. If a cat is skittish, they'll assign it a Kitty-Buddy, a volunteer who spends time helping the kitty get used to people. If a cat needs medical care, they ensure that it gets the attention it needs. They have a huge staff of volunteers who come in daily to clean house, feed the cats, and give meds to any that need it. This shelter has thrived for 20 years on public donations and volunteer time, and I'm sure will be here for 20 more!
Posted: 6/30/2008 • Link to this review
I adotped Stanley (12 yrs old) and Coley (8 yrs old) from Good Mews last July (2007) & I can't remember my life before them. Good Mews wants to match the right cat/kitten w/ the right family & they follow up with you after the adoption to make sure you and your new cat/kitten are doing well and they offer advice & guidance for you and your new "babies". Good Mews is a great organization and I will always adopt from them. Please visit them & you will see what a special place Good Mews is.
Posted: 6/12/2008 • Link to this review
I found my cat Chester at Good Mews a few months ago. They take placing cats to the right home to a whole new level. They do great work and I applaud them for all the work that they do for the animals they save. Chester and I could not have found each other if it were not for the great people at Good Mews!
Posted: 6/05/2008 • Link to this review
Good Mews is an amazing place. Step inside and you're faced with dozens of cats, all living together happily and in perfect health (except those that are in isolation rooms due to health problems). Sit on the floor and you'll immediately find cats interested in you and your lap. I've got cats from the local humane society (all sick and with lasting lifelong illnesses due to the conditions they were kept in), and I've gotten cats from Good Mews that are now deep into old age and still happy and healthy. We're a three cat household, and though I love my humane society kitties, the smart way to go is Good Mews. The volunteers there know the cats by name and can help you pick a cat with the personality that you're looking for. And every cat you take home means another cat that can take it's place in this No Cage, No Kill shelter.
Posted: 5/19/2008 • Link to this review
Good Mews definitely has a great value for people interested in adopting a cat. Their cats are already microchipped, neutered and have all their age appropriate shots--and they only charge $110 for the adoption fee. My last vet charged $450 for all the same stuff.
Posted: 1/07/2008 • Link to this review
The staff and volunteers of Good Mews work tirelessly to provide a good home for the kitties in their care, and they strive to find the best possible forever homes for their feline residents. The cage-free environment allows visitors to meet and observe the resident cats and to find the cat that they need to complete their family. Good Mews even helps cats that others consider unadoptable, giving the cats the extra attention they need to overcome their fears and previous traumas. A visit to the kitten room always brings a smile. Good Mews relies on donations to provide food, shelter, and medical care for up to 100 cats. The clean bright shelter is a joy to visit. Please consider adopting from Good Mews, or make a donation to help fund their good work!
Posted: 5/14/2007 • Last edited: 5/19/2008 • Link to this review
Good Mews is a mostly volunteer shelter that allows you to mingle with the cats and kittens until you find the perfect one to join your family and through Jan 31, TWO Fur ONE Adoption Fee Adoptions. They're non-profit and all adoptions includes shots. If you haven't been to a free roam shelter you're in for a treat. Now open for adoptions Saturdays from 10-4, the 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month from 1-4 and by apointment.
Posted: 12/22/2006 • Last edited: 5/19/2008 • Link to this review
If you are looking for a cat or kitten, this is the place to go. They are a no cage-no kill cat shelter. They are very thorough in their questioning of potential adopters. Thet also do follow up calls with an adoption counselor to ensure that the cats are in an appropriate home. I adopted two cats from them and I couldn't be happier. Pay them a visit one Saturday and see what a great place this is for felines.
Posted: 11/11/2005 • Last edited: 5/19/2008 • Link to this review
With a special love for cats, Good Mews takes in strays and cares for them until it can find good homes for them. They NEVER put down animals and have a beautiful and spacious area for them, all funded on donations. If you're looking to adopt a cat, or kitten, here's a great place to look.
Posted: 4/11/2005 • Last edited: 5/19/2008 • Link to this review
Good: you can roam around the sheter amongst the cats and kittens to meet the perfect pet. Adoption fee includes age-appropriate vaccinations, spay/ne...
Posted on Judysbook.com: 10/25/2008
I have heard it is wonderful, but the sad part is that they are filled up to capacity with a two year wait list! What they are doing is wonderful,...
Posted on Judysbook.com: 7/17/2006