October 17, 2012
Save a Kitty Inc does an absolutely oustanding job and is an important service to the community. I have known Debbie Eskow for many years and I think that together with her colleague Sue, it would be difficult to find a more devoted and hard working team. Long before she became a non-profit organization, Debbie was rescuing and caring for hundreds of feral cats and kittens. Her vet bills were enormous, but the kitty's were always her priority, so whilst dinner at Debbie's house was often rather meagre for us humans, dozens of well cared for cats and kittens crowded around bowls filled with food at their meal times! As far as saving feline lives is concerned, Debbie is totally committed It is never too late at night to go trapping or too hot or too cold to do adoptions; and definitely never too much of a bother to do a home check to be sure that each and every kitty is going to a loving and caring environment. Debbie has no qualms to refuse an adoption if the home she is inspecting doesn't come up to her very high standards for the well being of her kitty's. Saving feline lives and giving them the chance to have a good life is what Debbie Eskow lives for.
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