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Review for Wildcat Haven, Inc., Sherwood, OR, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Seeing some of the negative comments on here makes me sick to my stomach. I have known the Tullers for five years now, and there is nothing more important to them than the well-being of the cats at their facility. I have been to a number of other facilities, and nobody else comes close to offering the love and devotion that they do towards their rescues.

These negative comments are from people who obviously hold a personal grudge against Mike and Cheryl. It's no secret that they had purchased BoBo in 2001. They readily admit it on their website. Like thousands of other people, they were duped into believing that he would be just like any other house cat. The difference between them and the thousands of other people is that they actually decided to do something about it. Over the past ten years they have devoted their lives to these cats. Yes, they made a mistake in purchasing BoBo ten years ago. But they have taken that one mistake and turned it into saving the lives of dozens upon dozens of cats who desperately needed them.

I volunteer a few times a year at the sanctuary, and I go home every night absolutely exhausted. They do that same work 365 days a year. And, to top it off, Mike holds a full time job just to help make ends meet at home. More than 50 cats who would otherwise be living horrible lives (if they would still be alive at all) are now thriving at WildCat Haven. Please read some of the stories of their rescues on their website. The stories will touch your heart.

Would you volunteer for this group again?


For the time you spent, how much of an impact did you feel your work or activity had?


Did the organization use your time wisely?

Very Well

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Role:  Volunteer & building and cleaning enclosures, planting trees, feeding and enrichment - anywhere I'm needed.

Review for Wildcat Haven, Inc., Sherwood, OR, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

You'll never find anyone as devoted as Mike and Cheryl at WildCat Haven. Their lives are the cats, and the cats are their lives. When Cheryl found out about my artwork over the internet, she approached me about possibly putting together a logo for one of their fundraisers. Being a lover of big cats, I was more than happy to help out in whatever way I could. We quickly struck up a friendship, which eventually led to me making a visit to the sanctuary, even though I live more than 1300 miles away. I still do my best to make it up there a couple of times every year to do anything I can to help out in person. And I'm always happy to fulfill any artwork needs they may have. What WildCat Haven does for these rescues is beyond incredible. Each and every volunteer at the sanctuary is devoted to providing a better life for the cats. The energy and enthusiasm that Mike and Cheryl provide is contagious, and the amount of work that gets done both on a daily basis and from year to year is simply amazing. It's hard to believe that I've only known them for a little over three years, because the improvements to the sanctuary over that time have been nothing short of incredible. The background stories of the residents at WildCat Haven may very well break your heart, but the stories of those same cats since their arrival at the sanctuary will warm your heart even more. The fact that WildCat Haven has been able to so completely transform the lives of their residents is only magnified when you consider the tight budget with which they have to work. Unfortunately, the cost of providing the care these cats deserve does not come cheap, and, for every heartwarming story at WildCat Haven, there are many other heartbreaking stories out there. Every single donation, large or small, will help to transform the lives of these cats and help those heartbreaking stories become heartwarming ones.

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

being able to meet and work with such wonderful and devoted people.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...


If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

perform miracles. Some of the stories behind their residents are already downright miraculous. There are so many more stories that could be told.

How frequently have you been involved with the organization?

About every month

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Role:  Volunteer & I help provide artwork for their various fundraising campaigns. I also lend a hand with on site projects, such as planting trees, building new enclosures, and feeding the residents.