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Exotic Heritage Cat Association of America Overview
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.
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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, ...
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 ...
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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 ...
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