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Review for Alley Cats And Angels, Apex, NC, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I am a board member of Alley Cats and Angels and I am so proud of the work that we do. As an all-volunteer organization, the number of cats we help each year through adoption, TNR, barn/garden home placement, and low-cost or free spay/neuter is astonishing.

We started with three volunteers and in our first year, we rescued 28 cats. That number has greatly increased. In 2012, we took in 329 cats (adoption program and barn/garden cat program) and sponsored and subsidized the spay/neuter of approximately 300 cats. The number of cats we rescued has increased ten-fold from our first year, but we are still a 100% volunteer-based, foster-home based rescue.

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Role:  Board Member

Review for North Carolina Cat Adoption Team Inc, Summerfield, NC, USA

Rating: 1 stars  

The NC Cat Adoption Team Inc. pulled two adorable - barely old enough to be away from their mom - kittens from Cumberland County Shelter - a VERY high kill shelter but they would not take the mama cat because she was "just a plain tabby". There was a local rescue group willing to take the mama and babies - because again the babies were too young to be away from their mothers (two kittens laying together in a french fry tray tells you how small/young these kittens are). But NC Cat Adoption Team threw a fit and demanded the shelter hold the kittens for them and not let the other rescue take the mama and babies. SHAME, SHAME, SHAME ON NC CAT ADOPTION TEAM. You call yourself a rescue? Are you kidding me. You should be ashamed of yourself. It's organizations like you that give rescues a bad name.

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Review for It's Meow Or Never Animal Rescue Santuary, Woodinville, WA, USA

Rating: 1 stars  

Our cat rescue ordered catnip (paid for upon ordering via paypal) from It's Meow or Never Animal Sanctuary. Three weeks later, we have not yet received the catnip . We have also not received any responses to our three emails inquiring about the catnip.

We are a cat rescue in NC and we were trying to support another rescue group by ordering catnip from their online fundraiser. The complete lack of communication from It's Meow or Never is frustrating. We have now had to order catnip elseswhere to make our catnip toys.

I understand that It's Meow or Never probably receives many emails. However, our rescue does as well - but we respond to those emails. I

Role:  General Member of the Public & Ordered catnip from their online fundraiser.

Review for Barn Cats Inc, Lewisville, TX, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Peggy, the founder of Barn Cats, Inc. was a great help and provide counsel when we founded our barn cat program.

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

They have shared information, protocols, and experiences withs us. They have been absolutely fantastic.

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

I primarily interacted with Peggy, the founder, and she was incredible. Was a terrific help.

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

I'm not sure, but I know it would be great things for the animals. They are a top notch organization.

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N/A. My experience with Barn Cats Inc. was great.

In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...

More barn homes and more volunteers. Pretty much what any group of this type faces.

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I would just like to reiterate again that Barn Cats Inc. is a top notch organization. And thank them for all their help when we founded our barn cat program in North Carolina.

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Role:  General Member of the Public & I contacted Barn Cats for advice on starting a barn cat program.