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I adopted this little orange baby from you. I came in concerned that my other cat was lonely and left with Skipjack. As you can see, both animals are settled, affectionate, and happily sporting matching pirate collars. Thank you so very much for allowing me to have such a positive adoption experience. I will recommend you as the adoption center of choice in our area. You all are saints for what you do and the wonderful service you provide for our community.

In August of 2010, Dorothy (torti) & Sophie (tabby) became our kitties. Now 3 1/2 years old, they still run around and chase each other up and down the stairs of our townhome just like kittens.  Their favorite places to be are on my lap, in a sunbeam, in an empty box or together on my husband's recliner. Sophie is quite the "squeaker" and allows my son to carry her everywhere, while Dorothy has learned to fetch fuzzy pom-pom balls. They also adore watching the birds and squirrels right outside the window. What a joy they are!


Just a brief note here to let you know "Sparkles", now renamed "Peggotty" (after a 'Dickens' character; although we call her various names)  is settling in beautifully. She really is wonderful, and is so affectionate. All is going really well. I'll give you another update later.

This past summer my husband and I added a new addition to our family that we adopted from your facilty.  Now Jessa Lauren gets ready to celebrate Christmas in her forever home.  We came in looking for a dog to keep our other pit bull Kaos company.  In March of this year our dog Boomer sadly passed away after battling a lengthy illness and Kaos missed his best friend and brother.  Kaos had made himself sick with worry and depression after Boomer’s passing and the vet suggested maybe it was time to bring another dog into our home to help Kaos.  Almost immediately after bringing Jessa home Kaos’ physical ailments cleared up after months of the doctors not being able to find anything medically wrong with him.