Adopted 3 from here
I adopted 3 wonderful kitties from here and I don't regret it at all! I also used to volunteer here and really enjoyed every moment! I'm amazed at some of the comments on here. What are people expecting when they rescue a shelter kitty? The shelter does not know what happened to the cats before they got to the shelter. The cats area always a surprise - in personality and in their health. Also, this is a not for profit shelter. They can't spend $1000 per cat. That's why they bring them in, care for them as best they can, and work to find a forever home for them. Also, the adoption fee is necessary to provide food, vet services, litter, and upkeep of the shelter. Please keep that...
Love is Purrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrfict
I just want to commend Dale and her team for all the work they do to help those in need. I have adopted two babies from them and other rescues in the area. I have to be honest when someone adopts a pet you adopt for the love not wondering how much it will cost. You need to understand the Rescue is just that! These folks are saving lives they don't have all the answers and if you expect them to know all the history your wrong. They are the saviors you must open your heart and to be honest your wallet because some of these babies have been through way too much and need love.....
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What animal lover wouldn't want a resource that provides helpful info for pet care, adoption, and rescue? Critter Magazine does just that. From exotic animals and birds to man's "best friend," Critter provides helpful info for current and prospective pet owners. There is even an instructional section for kids. Magazine publisher, L. Robinson is a pet owner whose passion for the well-being of animals is displayed both in person and through Critter. Two thumbs up!