Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Casanova and the Johns

“What to say about Casanova that hasn’t already been said!” exclaims one very excited Vickie. “In a lazy moment, I call him Cas, but more often buddy or my little friend. “In chatting with Sandy at the Halfway House, she told me that Casanova had diabetes and needed insulin therapy twice a day, monitoring of […]

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Dufur and the Gilberts

“Life is good!” Elaine declares. “My husband and I have had at least eight cats during our 55 years of marriage, and we both agree that while Dufur (formerly Garfield) has proven the most challenging to acclimate, he’s been more than worth the effort. All of our grown children, who are dedicated cat owners themselves, […]

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Tallulah and David Hicks

From Kahlulu to Tallulah may not seem so great a change, but for one fabulous feline, having waited oh-so-long for her Prince Charming, it changed her entire cat world. From the shelter of Furry Friends to the sanctuary of a fur-ever home, this kiss-able kitty’s dream had finally come true. “I saw her on Pet […]

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Theodore and the Duecks

Welcome to the warm and wonderful world of Theodore (formerly Isadore) whose dramatically striped outer beauty is matched only by his dear and darling inner beauty. “We absolutely LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Theodore,” says Russel. “He’s the sweetest and gentlest cat ever, and he’s brought such tremendous joy and comfort to our family. “We’re deeply grateful […]

Furry Friends Fur-Ever Tail: Sir Geoffrey von Bramblepelt and the Flowers

Having always known the love of cats, Mark and Blaine could no more live without one than they could live without air. And so, when they adopted Bentley, whose name they promptly changed to the regal Sir Geoffrey von Bramblepelt, the couple was, quite literally walking on air. “Geoffrey is a wonderful little fluff kid,” […]

Spot Magazine: Recycled Cats are Priceless

Furry Friends will be offering their recycled cats for adoption June 24 & 25, 2017 at the Recycled Arts Festival (RAF) held at Esther Short Park, 301 West 8th Street in Vancouver, WA. It has grown into a huge family event, with more and more participants every year. Come on out and “purruse” the adoptable […]

Spot Magazine: Spotlight on Sandra Bush, Vet Tech extraordinaire

Have you met Sandy Bush? She has been the volunteer Vet Tech for Furry Friends for around four years now. She puts in long hours and the only pay she receives is the purrs from the kitties and the satisfaction of knowing she is making a difference. She is in great need of finding a […]

Cat Adoption and Book Signing April 29th

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 […]

Spot Magazine: Furry Friends Receives Emergency Medical Grant

Furry Friends, Vancouver, has received a $1000 Emergency Medical grant from the Petfinder Foundation. The Petfinder Foundation Emergency Medical grant program is used to assist Petfinder members who are caring for a pet that needs special life-saving veterinary care in order to become adoptable. Read More Here

CC Today: Do you love kittens? Then why not become a foster parent.

VANCOUVER — Love cats and kittens but not ready for your own? Maybe your lifestyle doesn’t allow time for you to adopt, then fostering may be a great alternative. Fostering is a great way to help some kittens on your own time, in the comfort of your own home for a few weeks or months. […]

Spot Magazine: Pet Therapy for People

Pet owners know first-hand that dogs and cats love unconditionally; they are there when the person needs a hug or a smile. This love and acceptance make dogs and cats ideal therapeutic visitors for the elderly and disabled in nursing homes and care facilities. Read more here…

Spot Magazine: Beacock Music Pet Food Drive

Beacock Music located  at 1420 SE 163rd Ave, Vancouver, WA 98683 will be hosting a pet food drive to benefit Furry Friends which is a no-kill cat rescue organization in Vancouver, Washington and Tender Care Animal Rescue at their location from Tuesday, January 17, 2017 through Tuesday, February 14,  2017!! Read more here

The Reflector: FF looking for another vet tech

The cats at Furry Friends live for the love they receive from lead veterinary technician Sandra Bush. Her compassion for animals runs deep, and she gets much reward from helping them. Read more here

Van. Family Mag: Finding a Lifetime Friend through Pet Adoption

Who could resist those fluffy bundles of joy?” asks Diane Stevens of Furry Friends in Vancouver, a nonprofit, no-kill, cat adoption agency. Who indeed? Fluffy kittens are definitely one of the agency’s most popular adopted pets, affirms Stevens. Denise Barr of Humane Society for Southwest Washington echoes the affection, “Expect your heart to never be […]

NW Boomers: Diane Stevens-Volunteer Spotlight

Diane Stevens talks a little about what her role is at Furry Friends. In addition to being the Marketing Director and on several committees, she spends much of her time photographing and educating people on how wonderful our Furry Friends cats are. Read more about it [buttonred link=”https://issuu.com/nwboomerandseniornews/docs/met_web_2016-6/16″]HERE[/buttonred]

Catster Magazine: At FF the Joy outweighs the heartache

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. Read more about it [buttonred […]

Spot Magazine: Kittens in need of foster parents

Furry Friends has their paws full of kittens right now. All available foster parents already have their houses full of these adorable babies. Learn more about becoming a foster parent. Read more about it [buttonred link=”http://spotmagazine.net/kitty-corner/2016/4/27/kittens-in-need-of-foster-parents”]HERE[/buttonred]

Spot Magazine: Karen Laksamana volunteer spotlight

Have you met Karen? She is the person that does the graphic design on the Furry Friends newsletter and you will see her at the annual auction handling some of the check-out duties. Read more about it [buttonred link=”http://spotmagazine.net/kitty-corner/2016/4/22/paying-it-forward”]HERE[/buttonred]

Spot Magazine: Cats in need of a Vet Tech

The good folks at Furry Friends are in need of a little medical assistance from a qualified veterinary technician. Read more about it [buttonred link=”http://spotmagazine.net/news/2016/4/22/cats-in-need-of-a-vet-tech”]HERE[/buttonred]

Vancouver Business Journal – Pati Hinkel volunteer spotlight

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=”http://www.vbjusa.com/news/volunteer-of-the-week/paying-it-forward-pati-hinkel/”]HERE[/buttonred]

Spot Magazine: Cindy Mael, Furry Friends volunteer spotlight

Cindy Mael has been a volunteer with Furry Friends for many years. You can often find her at the halfway house taking care of the kitties. Spot Magazine recently ran an interview that we did with her. Find out a little more about who Cindy is. Read more about it [buttonred link=”http://spotmagazine.net/kitty-corner/2016/3/6/volunteer-spotlight-on-furry-friends-volunteer-cindy-mael”]HERE[/buttonred]

Spot Magazine: Benefits of pet ownership go beyond companionship

Furry Friends volunteer Natalie Luther takes a look at the benefits of having a pet. You may not know it, but Fluffy and Fido may be quite beneficial to your wellbeing. In addition to the love and companionship that they offer, the joy that you receive offers health benefits that are well documented. Read more […]

Spot Magazine: Tanika Campbell, Furry Friends volunteer spotlight

Tanika Campbell and her husband Mike are valued volunteers to the Furry Friends family of volunteers. Spot Magazine is running an interview that we recently conducted with Tanika. Read what Tanika has to say. Read more about it [buttonred link=”http://spotmagazine.net/kitty-corner/2016/2/22/volunteer-spotlight-on-furry-friends-volunteer-tanika-campbell”]HERE[/buttonred]

The Columbian: Marci Koski, cat behaviorist

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=”http://www.columbian.com/news/2015/nov/02/working-in-clark-county-marci-koski-cat-behaviorist/”]HERE[/buttonred]