Absolutely amazing place. My husband and I lost our kitty of 17 years to cancer jn March 2016, and I was just crushed. We do not have children, so Noelle was truly our baby. In August, my husband came across a picture of Sophie, a gorgeous 2 year old Tortie Siamese cat at Willow Creek. He called about her, and we were instantly in love with her story. The sanctuary is amazing, and Rebecca and volunteers are truly special. Their genuine care for the well being of each animal is wonderful. A volunteer drove her to us from Danville, KY to our home in WV. Sophie is so special, and so is the Willowcreek Sanctuary.
I volunteered with Willow Creek Sanctuary during my last few years at Centre College, adopted my kitty, Rosie, from WCS as well, and have kept in touch ever since! Becky and the WCS volunteers are incredibly committed to the well-being and care of animals from the moment they meet, to their adoption day to their Forever Home, and throughout their entire lives! I live in Iowa now (yes, we adopted Rosie from Kentucky even with the distance!), and wish I were closer to WCS to support their work in a more consistent way. If you live or work nearby, please consider donating your time, your heart, or maybe even your home to the animals of WCS! (Rosie is the long-haired tuxedo kitty in this picture, snuggling with my other rescue kitty, Billy. They are BFFs!)
Willow Creek Sanctuary does a wonderful job providing quality vet care and housing to as many as it can. They specialize in orphaned, injured, elderly and abused dogs and cats and is one of the few no cage and no kennel rescues in the state of KY.
They operate on donations and volunteers and there are no paid employees, all the donations go directly to the animals and their care.
They provide community cat TNR and educate groups on the importance of altering their animals. They care for, feed and water over 100 community cats in TNR colonies and make sure that they stay safe. They work very hard to find each animal it's perfect forever home.