My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Mercer Island Eastside Orphans & Waifs (Aka Meow Cat Rescue), Kirkland, WA, USA
We adopted our Kona Boy (formerly Ripley) from Meow in the April 2003. He a was very shy, semi-feral adolescent. I'd looked at nearly every cat in the shelter (being partial to kittens) and unable to decide which cat to adopt. After learning that we were an adult household with two other cats a Meow employee, directed me to shy "Ripley". I am very appreciative that she was concerned with finding the right fit for Ripley as well as us. Our boy has been a challenge at times, but nothing we could not handle. One time when he was having some behavioral issues we called the shelter and asked for advice. We got it, followed direction and the problem was fixed. Reflecting back on the past 10 years, we are very happy we have had this time with our boy, challenges and all, he is a part of our family. They also asked us to take a pledge to keep our cat indoors. The best thing any shelter could do to keep cats safe and healthy.
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