Being that the temperature hit 90 degrees that day and it was 5:00pm and it was still miserable out, I found it odd that any rescuer would have any animal out in the heat all day long while in the sun. They did have two small umbrellas which you can tell did not protect them very much from the burning heat. They did have fans which the air was blocked by toys. And since most rescuers use newspaper to cover the bottom of the cage since its easier to clean up, they had a winter blanket which must have made it even hotter for them. Plus they were peeing and pooping on the blanket and were forced to lay in the stained blanket as they could not properly clean it! One kitten had poo on it while another was wet! Not to mention as they fumbled to try to clean it one kitten almost got out if I didn't catch it! Not to be too judgemental but for an organization with a 501(c)3 in which you have to pay a hefty price to be part of I find it odd they they had raggedy signs, flyers and equipment. Their website has almost no info on it. And both woman were not helpful and unfriendly. Something is up with place and seems pretty sketchy. Be forewarned!