My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Making Biscuits Cat Rescue, Long Beach, CA, USA
Kristy Brewer and Making Biscuits Cat Rescue is all heart. Kristy has dedicated her life to rescuing kitties in need to help them in their immediate situations, getting them fixed to address future issues with strays and overpopulation and with working tirelessly to find these kitties loving forever homes. Every kitty she rescues gets full veterinarian treatment (spay/neuter, shots, blood work, dentistry, the works!), is put on the best diets of their lives and is loved like they are the only one she is caring for. She is extremely knowledgeable about cats and their needs and health, so much so that the first day I met her at a cat adoption event at Unleased in Long Beach she was teaching me about ways I could improve the lives, diets and health of my own kitties at home! Her advice helped me to solve an issue I've had with my own kitties for several years now that even my vet couldn't figure out. I was so moved by the level of compassion, knowledge and dedication that she has for cats that I immediately knew I wanted to help and offered my volunteer services on the spot! I couldn't recommend a better organization to donate funds to, to support and to adopt from. Every kitty at Making Biscuits (and I've met every one!) is socialized, loving, healthy and ready to meet their new family today and every adoption will make room for Kristy to rescue more kitties in need. In my eyes there is no better cause and no better organization out there. I easily give Making Biscuits a 5 star rating and you will too when you get to know them!
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Give them A LOT more funding, promotion & volunteer help. Kristy works all hours of the day to care for the kitties and often is funding the care herself. With more resources everyone would win in this situation.
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