My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Hearts That Purr Feline Guardians, Tucson, AZ, USA
I have been a fan of Hearts that Purr since I found it on the Internet. One of my trips took me on the road to Tucson and I ask if I could visit. It is a beautiful place. It is a house but instead of having humans as residents, has a cat family with some volunteer humans taking good care of them. Cats are very happy napping or playing here and there. I had some time to play with a few of them and met all those cats I follow on their Facebook page.
There are foster-adoption programs. There are not many adoptions, since this is not the mission of Hearts that Purrs, however sometimes there is a cat who is in good health and not yet a senior who can benefit from having its own human family. The founder personally takes the time to be sure the cat is with the right person. She is very committed and has made her mission the wellbeing of the cats. I foster first and then adopted a 9 yr. old female cat, she is a very happy girl who doesn’t know her age and she continues playing like a kitty. If something happens to us, the cat goes back to Hearts that Purrs.
This retirement house for cats that have lost their human guardians give them a nice place where they can feel safe and LOVED; yes, with capital letters! They find another family who no matter what, is there to take care of them up to their last day.