My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Hearts That Purr Feline Guardians, Tucson, AZ, USA
What happens to your cats if something should happen to you?
Few people consider this question, which is an important one in a state with a large retirement and convalescent population like Arizona. Fortunately, the best qualified person I can imagine has developed a solution: Jeanmarie Schiller at Hearts That Purr Feline Guardians.
Jeanmarie and her husband have dedicated a sprawling compound in the foothills of Tucson, Arizona to the care of cats whose owners are in hospice or have pre-deceased them. Not a shelter per se, Hearts That Purr is a forever home that provides love, safety, meals and medical care for the cats owners leave behind. (And an enviable home at that: fireplaces, sun rooms and sunny windowsills abound.) And while the cats at Hearts That Purr are adoptable under certain circumstances, none need worry about having a home because they already have one with Jeanmarie.
Have multiple cats who need to stay together? Done. Special needs or medications? No problem. Separate lodging for cats with transmittable diseases? Check.
Want to help? You can volunteer to spend time with the cats. You can make a financial or in-kind donation. You can set up an annuity to provide for your own cats in your absence. YOU CAN EVEN RENT THE PRIVATE RANCH HOUSE ON THE PROPERTY. Charmingly appointed, the guest house is a secluded secret perfect for your next vacation, stay-cation or event complete with a tennis court, swimming pool and outdoor cooking facilities. Of course, all proceeds go to the cats.
Please do not hesitate to give your dollars to Hearts That Purr Feline Guardians. This crucial facility is operated entirely by donations and annuities and deserves your help, however you can give it. Jeanmarie is an angel and Hearts That Purr is kitty heaven.