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Review for Opkit Kitty Sponsorship Program Inc, Chiefland, FL, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Kadybelle: You refer to your name being published by someone, yet you posted a review with your full name and your picture originally, so you were actually the person who published your name, just to clarify, since you seem to be confused. What you have been posting here are not reviews, but slander and utter nonsense. Since you are so confused, let me help you out. Adoption and Foster are two different things. The definition of adoption is as follows:

1. To take on the legal responsibilities as parent of (a child that is not one's biological child).
2. To become the owner or caretaker of (a pet, especially one from a shelter).

The definition of Foster is:

To take ​care of a ​child or pet as if it were ​your own, usually for a ​limited ​time, without being the child’s ​legal ​parent or the pet's legal or permanent owner.

If you chose to adopt a cat that was pending rescue, in doing so you took on full financial responsibility of said pet, including medical costs and fees to pull the animal from the shelter. In most rescue organizations, pledges are paid and used for these purposes. When an animal has its full amount needed in pledges, and is then adopted, those pledges are then moved to another animal or pet in need since the original pet no longer needs the funding due to being LEGALLY ADOPTED. If any donor was to ask for their pledge back, the rescue will gladly refund that pledge, but doing something like that is quite counter-intuitive if you are in it for the animal, which it seems that you are not.

You made a verbal contract to FOSTER an animal, and then breached that contract in legally adopting the animal. You should not receive any compensation since you are the one who made the decision to take on the financial responsibility for said animal. Your continued harassment is unwarranted and is just serving to make you look like you are not in rescue for the sake of the animals, but to try and make yourself look good. What exactly do you expect to gain by trying to slander a group that rescues thousands of cats per year? I would recommend that you move on. You are attempting to tarnish a name of a 5 star non profit because of what?

And please before you do any other reviews, learn some punctuation, and check out a dictionary. Trying to read that gobbledygook that you call a review is nauseating and quite an embarrassment for you, dear.

Role:  Professional with expertise in this field