Early in her rescue career, Jennifer Hart learned street cats are not always what they seem. The president of Furry Friends, a no-kill shelter in Vancouver, Washington, once trapped a lot of homeless kitties, assuming they were feral. She quickly discovered that many of these cats were not feral at all.
Pati Hinkel is one of Furry Friends valued volunteers. The Vancouver Business Journal recently did an interview with her about her experience with Furry Friends. Read more about it [buttonred link=”https://www.vbjusa.com/news/volunteer-of-the-week/paying-it-forward-pati-hinkel/”]HERE[/buttonred]
Furry Friends volunteer Marci Koski was recently featured in an article by the Columbian. In addition to being the Furry Friends Director of Social Media, she also has a feline behavior business. Read more about it [buttonred link=”https://www.columbian.com/news/2015/nov/02/working-in-clark-county-marci-koski-cat-behaviorist/”]HERE[/buttonred]
The Vancouver Business Journal recently did an interview with Furry Friends President. Read Full Article
Furry Friends was privileged to be featured on KATU News to discuss National Cat Day and what we do as a shelter for cats.