My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Hearts That Purr Feline Guardians, Tucson, AZ, USA
I both volunteer at Hearts that Purr and manage the vet clinic that most of these kitties come to for both regular veterinary care and management of senior cat illnesses. Hearts that Purr takes excellent care of their kitties in either a home-like environment at their main facility, or in the actual homes of fosters. Care is taken to ensure that all the kitties have the best quality of life possible for the longest time possible.
In the main facility, each cat lives either singly if they prefer to be alone, or with up to three friends to a room. Each room of cats has plenty of cozy beds, chairs, rugs, scratchers, toys, and other enrichment and comfort items, and volunteers come daily and make sure each cat gets all the love, play, and treats they need, as well as any treatments they need to stay healthy. Cats in the foster program are carefully matched to a foster whose lifestyle and personality meshes well with the cat's needs. Hearts that Purr then continues to make sure the cat thrives in its new home, while keeping a close eye on the cat's health.
Overall, Hearts that Purr goes the extra mile to make sure the cats have the best possible care in their senior years, whether that means merely keeping on top of routine care, calling the mobile vet for emergencies, or just making sure each cat is loved.