Cat lovers who’d like to add another furry friend to their home and those who want to adopt for the first time now have another place in Clark County to visit kitties available for adoption.
The Cats Meow Boarding located at the Mill Plain/I205 intersection has offered the use of their Adoption Room to Furry Friends, a non-profit, all-volunteer cat rescue group, and the first two residents, Jasmine and Little Bear, have arrived.
Amber Groff and Jo Schmidt, owners of the Cats Meow say, “By housing our own separate cat adoption section within The Cats Meow facility, we will promote the connection between cat lovers and cats in need. We will be showcasing cats available for adoption from Furry Friends.”
Jasmine and Little Bear are a bonded pair of littermates and must be adopted together. The two will do better in a quieter family where Little Bear and Jasmine are the only kitties or where there are no more than two other mellow cat friends.
- Jasmine – Female spayed white Calico, 4 years. She’s friendly and energetic, skittish, loves to be petted and chase feather wands, but she can be shy and cowardly with other cats or in stressful situations. She has bonded to her littermate, Little Bear.
- Little Bear – Female spayed Tortoiseshell, 4 years. She is friendly and gentle, loves to snuggle, be petted and held when she’s relaxed. She, too, is shy and cowardly with other cats or in stressful situations. She is bonded to Jasmine. Furry friends invites cat lovers to visit the Cats Meow Boarding and see if these kitties would be a good fit with their families and in their homes.
The Cats Meow, the only all-cat boarding facility in Southwest Washington, isn’t quite a typical boarding place; it offers cat owners the choice of four different sizes of suites for their feline companions. Owners can choose to have their cats stay in the Deluxe Studio, Luxury Suite, Double Deluxe Studio or the Penthouse.
Amenities of the featured suites include ramps and shelving for play and climbing; bird viewing or TV area in the Luxury Suites; custom cat structures; comfortable beds and cubbies; skyboxes positioned for optimum sky-high views; socialization with volunteer “cat cuddlers;” climate control; daily email updates upon request; and access to veterinary care, only one block away.
Owners Schmidt and Groff say, “Our experience has been cultivated by our many years in the non-profit animal shelter sector. We will now bring that same commitment to promoting awareness of the ongoing need for adoptive homes. By housing our own separate cat adoption section within The Cats Meow facility, we will promote the connection between cat lovers and cats in need. We will be showcasing cats available for adoption from Furry Friends.”
Furry Friends may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (360) 993-1097 for more information.
About Furry Friends
Furry Friends Washington is a 501c3 charitable organization that has been serving Clark County since 1999. This no-kill organization is operated and run completely by volunteers and dedicated to providing rescue, necessary medical, and spay/neuter for neglected and homeless cats while finding them forever homes. For more information, visit www.furryfriendswa.org.