My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Hearts That Purr Feline Guardians, Tucson, AZ, USA
We had the unique experience of getting to adopted a cat from Hearts That Purr. We heard about them from a posting our vet had done. We were interested in a cat that they felt would be better in a home with his own person. The process they had in place for the adoption was very impressive. Jeanmarie certainly had the cats happiness and well being as the top priorities. The process began with very extensive conversations about his condition, his medication schedule, our history of current and past animals. She then invited us to come meet him. After that, Jeanmarie explained that she would come do a house check for his safety and if that went well then it would be fostering for the first month with the possibility to adopt at the end if she felt he was comfortable in our home. She made it very clear that if at any point we felt it was not working to let her know and not to feel bad about it. We have had Colonel since last November and he has been a wonderful addition to our family. One of the best parts,(there are so many great things about them) Jeanmarie and her volunteers continue to care how he is doing. Jeanmarie checks in with us to see how he is. The volunteers ask about him when we drop of donations. They really care about the cats that come into their lives even after they are adopted or go to a foster. It would be wonderful to see more sanctuaries setup for senior kitties. They have so much to offer a family and it is fantastic that Hearts That Purrs recognizes this.