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Review for King Street Cats, Alexandria, VA, USA
My husband and I adopted a cat from King Street Cat Rescue about two months ago. What impresses me the most about King Street Cats is their dedication to finding a forever home for each and every cat. Their dedication is unyelding. I "liked" their facebook page once I learned about their organization and I cannot tell you how many amazing stories they post about cats the need foster homes and forever homes, as well as updates on cats that have found a forever home. The volunteers that work at the rescue are driven as well. They love the cats that they care for and do everything they can to make the cats feel loved. From the first time I contacted King Street Cats about adopting Cotton, they were responsive and at the same time made sure we were a good fit for Cotton. See, Cotton does not play well with other cats, and King Street Cats made sure that we did not have any other animals and that we were not planning on getting any other animals. Cotton is deaf and gets startled with people or animals seemingly sneak up on her. My husband and I were looking for a cat that needed a special home and we are so happy that Cotton has joined our family. Another piece of this story is that Cotton was in a shelter in West Virginia that was severly damaged by the snow storm that followed Super Storm Sandy. King Street Cats drove to the shelter in West Virginia to deliver food, blankets, and other items for the animals. While they were there they rescued Cotton and some other cats and brought them back to their shelter in Alexandria, VA. Cotton has had a rough life in her short two years, but we will make sure that she is well taken care of from here on out.
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I would give them lots of money so that they can expand all of the amazing work they do.
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