November 13, 2012
I was a bit perplexed when I had to choose my "role" for this review because as a kitten foster home on the east side of the mountains I really don't fit in to any of the categories I had to choose from. I am a volunteer with Kittitas County Friends of Animals, we are a network of volunteers who foster cats, dogs and other pets to be rehomed, many of these are feral cats that we trap, neuter & release, most of which are placed in barn homes. Because we are a rural community and also have a large population of College students we seem to end up with a lot of kittens every spring and fall. Many of these are babies that need bottle feeding but we also end up with quite a few that are close to the age of being able to re-home. Homeward Pet steps up to the plate for us and takes quite a few of our adoptable kittens, placing them in loving homes. I don't know what we would do without them. I had the opportunity to visit their facility recently and see a momma and six of her seven kittens that I had fostered. Homeward Pet had just received them less than a week before my visit and one of the kittens had already been adopted. Homeward pet is a beautiful facililty with friendly staff and volunteers who treat all of the dogs and cats in their care with the love and respect they so deserve. I truly admire the work they do and am thankful that they are there for those of us on both ends of the adoption chain.
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MY ROLE:General Member of the Public