Woodin’ You Pampered Paws will be hosting a Furry Friends Cat Adoption Event and book signing with author Ramona Marek on Saturday, April 29th from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. Woodin’ You Pampered Paws, Your Neighborhood Pet Supply Store & More is conveniently located at the Center Square shopping center in Salmon Creek at 13305 NE Hwy 99 #102, Vancouver WA 98686
Furry Friends will have a selection of their cats that are available for adoption at the event. Come and meet the kitties and the volunteers.
As an added bonus author Ramona Marek will be signing her new book “Cats for the Genius”. Are you a cat owner or are you thinking about becoming one? If cats have already cast their magical spell on you, you’ll find valuable information for you and your feline friends. If you’re getting your first cat or find yourself unexpectedly living with a feline roommate, welcome to the cat fancy. Get ready for a whimsical, enchanting, and affectionate lifelong relationship!
A little about Ramona: Welcome to the world of award-winning author, Ramona D. Marek, MS Ed. A world where the arts, culture, history, and lots of fur and purrs come together into the printed word. In her career as an author, freelance writer, and contributing writer, her work has been printed in numerous national and international print and digital magazines. She is an author whose writing and curiosity know no bounds, but her work is surrounded by three touchstones.
About Furry Friends
Furry Friends is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, no-kill organization that rescues and adopts out homeless, relinquished, and abused cats in Clark County, Washington. They care for the kitties as long as it takes to find their forever home. They are an all-volunteer organization; there is no paid staff.
To care for homeless, relinquished and abused cats by:
- Spaying or Neutering;
- Providing medical care and foster placement until permanent, loving homes are found; Educating the public regarding the care and responsibility of cat ownership;
- Collaborating with other pet rescue and companion groups to accomplish a no-kill status in the state of Washington.