October 29, 2011
We first visited Wee Paws Animal Sanctuary in April 2011 to deliver two senior cats from Orange County Shelter as we were enroute to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Utah. Wee Paws immediately reminded us of a small scale Best Friends where cats receive the best of care. At Wee Paws cats are free to roam the sanctuary, which is remarkable for its cleanliness and variety of spaces for cats to play and sleep. There are no cages. Each cat has one-on-one care from Leigh-Ann and Nancy: fresh food is prepared daily; Leigh-Ann monitors the health of each cat and provides a detailed analysis of any sickness. It is truly a cat paradise. Wee Paws provides an essential and compassionate service in giving senior and disabled cats abandoned by others the chance to live out their lives in comfort, knowing love, and with dignity. We are enthusiastic in our support of Wee Paws Animal Sanctuary.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
seeing cats happy and healthy.
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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
help them improve their website to encourage more donations.
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
MY ROLE:Donor & Transported animals and donated money and supplies.