THE HERMITAGE CAT SHELTER
January 20, 2012
After much research and some positive recommendations, I decided I was going to adopt a cat from the Hermitage. It had been a couple of years since I had a cat and was somewhat cautious about adopting from a shelter. All of my other cats have either been strays, given to me as kittens. When we visited all the cats appeared to be happy, well taken care of and doing their own things, except for the ones who wanted attention, which was funny. The volunteers put me at ease, they knew the cats, their names and most of their back-stories and personalities. Greta greeted me as she was the head honcho hanging out at the entrance. The next visit Greta not only greeted me, but jumped up on the sign in table and laid on the book, I took it as a sign and adopted this long haired feisty tortie. She has been a handful, but in a good way. I can say nothing but nice things as this organization really cares and brought me and my furry friend together. I highly recommend them.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
a personal way.
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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Make the building bigger, so they could rescue more cats, but it is fine the way it is.
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How did you find this group?
It is a kind of a Tucson Landmark due to its unique story and history. Recommendations from my friends.
What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?
To encourage others to adopt cats and dogs and to volunteer for shelters.
Client Served & Adopt a cat.