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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animal-Related, Animals

Mission: EHCAA grew out of the need to find adoptive homes for the ever increasing numbers of unwanted felines. EHCAA provides a no-kill shelter. The organization depends upon volunteers to care for the animals. In addition to placing animals that come into its care, EHCAA's goal is to provide spay/neuter services to the community to control and reduce the feral cat population and to assist lower income families and individuals in obtaining proper veterinary care for their animals.

Community Stories

7 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

Maybe things were different in the passed. Or they made extra careful to clean before any one every showed up (as i know for a fact they do) But today this place is nothing more then a cover up for a cat hoarder. Conditions are deplorable. If you can not see the cat pee stalagmites growing off of the cages you should think about getting your eyes checked. Or that burning sensation in your eyes and throat as you enter any of the facility's there.

2 Michelle144

Client Served

Rating: 5

My husband recently flew across the country to purchase a cat from Camelottaspots cattery. The owners also run Exotic Heritage Cat Association, a 200+ no-kill cat sanctuary. My husband stayed for 2 days, and was given a tour of the entire facility. He was extremely impressed with the care, cleanliness, and dedication that the owners showed to their animals. My husband said that he had as great of a time as any trip he'd been on to Jamaica; which is high praise, indeed! What left the biggest impression, is the fact that all the proceeds from Camelottaspots go directly to the sanctuary.

We've had our kitten for almost 2 months now. He is happy, well-adjusted, and extremely loving. I attribute that to the excellent care he received from birth. My husband and I would highly recommend the Exotic Heritage Cat Association to anyone who's looking to adopt a cat. You'll be so glad you supported such a wonderful organization!

2 Dwight H.

Client Served

Rating: 5

I purchased a cat through the Exotic Heritage Cat Association of America (EHCAA) of Kingman, AZ, and am very pleased with the cat as well as their service. I toured the facility and it was incredibly clean and well arranged. I have probably not ever seen 200+ cats so happy. They have excellent shelter areas, were well fed and watered, clean litter boxes and all looked very vibrant and energetic. It is a very well thought out facility in whole. The people who run this facility are wonderful and super knowledgable regarding cats. The service EHCAA provides is so good, I drove 200+ miles to tour and then later purchase a cat (word of mouth speaks volume of their service). I would highly recommend their services!

3

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

We went to find a cat to adopt and found a calling. We were amazed to find over 200 cats to choose from. Anything from shelter rescue cats to purebred, papered breeds. The cats were well cared for, well fed, and groomed. The entire facility was clean and maintained. The cats had large pens to play and socialize with other cats that are large enough for people to walk into and play with the cats. The cats responded favorably to human interaction. It was very obvious that the cats received medical attention when it was needed. The owner was very informative, her knowledge of the different breeds and their care requirements was outstanding. We were so overwhelmed by the cats that we could not make a choice of just one cat. The owner welcomed us to come back and interact with the cats before making a decision. We plan to do just that. When we do decide on a cat, we still plan on visiting the facilty, and volunteering to help in any way possible. The cats are so friendly and playfull you can't help feeling their love.

2

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

We had the pleasure of touring this facility recently. We were awe of the care and attention these animals receive. Sanitation, ample food and water, clean litter boxes, lots of room for them to play and exercise. The cats were friendly and clean. A definite asset to the community. Would highly recommend this facility to anyone looking for a loving pet.

3

Volunteer

Rating: 5

It has always been our dream to be able to have a cat Sanctuary. Just moving back to Kingman and finding Exotic Heritage Cat Sanctuary we were in awe of these wonderful people and what they do for these animals when we visited. The Sanctuary is very clean the animals are healthy, friendly and very well cared for. They not only care for the animals but also help the indigent with spay and neutering, they rescue cats from shelters that are going to be put down. What enormous hearts they have, and their compassion goes without saying. It was one visit that will stay in our hearts forever, we are offering to volunteer to do anything they need done, can't say enough good things about them.

3

Board Member

Rating: 5

The Exotic Heritage Cat Association of America has helped me remain active in my senior years. As a Board Member, I participate in major decision making and help guide the direction of the organization. However, I also volunteer my time on a daily basis to care for the animals, which is a very gratifying experience. It is easy to tell that the animals appreciate the care and love they receive at the shelter run by this animal welfare group.