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 […]
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]
Furry Friends volunteers are now writing for Spot Magazine’s cat blog called Kitty Corner. Diane Stevens and Jenelle York will be two of the contributors. Take a look at the intro article about this blog. Read more about it [buttonred link=”http://spotmagazine.net/kitty-corner/2016/2/19/welcome-to-the-kitty-corner”]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=”http://www.columbian.com/news/2015/nov/02/working-in-clark-county-marci-koski-cat-behaviorist/”]HERE[/buttonred]
Furry Friends is looking for a new home. The lease on the current Halfway House will be up in October 2016. They are looking for a new facility to purchase. Read more about it [buttonred link=”http://www.columbian.com/news/2015/dec/28/cat-shelter-looking-for-a-new-place-to-call-home/”]HERE[/buttonred]
Every year Mike and Tanika Campbell hold a pet food drive in November. Furry Friends received 420 pounds of dry food, 372 cans of wet food and 425 pounds of litter. They also received 120 pounds of bird seed, as “the kitties like watching the birds outside their window. Read more about it [buttonred link=”http://www.columbian.com/news/2015/dec/30/animal-shelter-volunteers-collect-hundreds-of-pounds-of-food/”]HERE[/buttonred]
The Isles of Day Cat Sanctuary owned by Mike and Alison Day was condemned along with their home due to a landslide December 2015. Furry Friends agreed to handle the adoptions for the 7 cats in their care. Read more about it [buttonred link=”http://spotmagazine.net/news/washington-cat-shelter-destroyed-by-landslide”]HERE[/buttonred]
Jo Schmidt (Owner) and Amber Groff (Business Partner) of the Cats Meow Luxury Boarding in Vancouver have graciously given Furry Friends the use of their adoption Room. The Reflector ran a full page article in their February 3, 2016 edition. Read more about it [buttonred link=”http://www.thereflector.com/eedition/page_ab5b9b7e-3fe3-5bbb-9d1a-4fb550f5e1c6.html#page_c6″]HERE[/buttonred]
Furry Friends will offer discounted Avid FriendChip ID microchipping for dogs and cats at the upcoming peace & Justice Fair Sat., Sept. 12, 9 a.m.-3p.m., at esther Short park, 415 W. 6th St., Vancouver.
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Sphinx is doing wonderfully and has adjusted quickly. We feel like we’ve won the cat lottery. He’s absolutely the perfect cat for us. He’s fearless around the kids and is exceedingly patient while they cuddle him and comb his fur.
Do you remember JJ and Little Girl, who were adopted a little while back? Rita, their new mom, has this update: “I just wanted to send a picture and give you an update on our wonderful kitties! They got renamed to Toivo (JJ) and Tekkla (Little Girl).”
Here’s an update from Kendal, his new guardian: “We couldn’t be happier together! I love seeing him get more and more comfortable. He loves to hold onto my arm while I pet his tummy and he will definitely let me know if he is not getting enough attention.”
We’d like to introduce you to a very special kitty named Nemo… Nemo the kitty was born with a deformed back, giving her a crooked spine that bends to the left and a tail that points towards her head.
Hi, I’m Christina. I’m a “failed foster mom”. Panda (Furry Friends had named him Abacus) is a long-haired tuxedo, with beautiful, clear golden eyes and a black spot on his nose that looks like a big glob of India ink.
I saw Bandit on my daughter-in-law Marci’s Fuzzy Undertones blog. Upon arrival at the homestead, I first went inside and closed Taz [my other cat] in my bedroom. We’re not integrated, yet, but progress is being made.
Just wanted to let you know that everything is going great! Maggie is still unsure of Aurora, our other cat, but she is slowly coming around. She really loves the dogs and plays everyday with one of them.
Lila and Otis were adopted into our family a few days before Christmas 2012… Lila is an exceptional kitty, with a curly tale that wraps around her back like a question mark. Lila enjoys being told how magnificent she is, daily.
Tucker is now a member of our family and things are well settled… our master cat, Kitty, still rules the roost but doesn’t feel the need to flex his dominance any more…. this has been a huge happy success.
Thanks for checking in on us. Here is a picture of Sagan and Dusk sharing a favorite lookout spot. We are enjoying our new family members so much, thanks for your help in placing them with us.
Tiki has been renamed to Virgil, and Toga is now James. They are so rambunctious and complete brother play buddies, it’s absolutely awesome to watch them play together and with our kids.
Noah is doing great. [He] now sleeps on my bed at night! … Loves to sit on the window sills – likes the normal sills just as much as the large window seat I have in the family room. Will keep you posted.
I visited Pete, Repeat and their mom in their forever home. Pete LOVES his chair in the sunroom and Repeat did not show any sign of being shy. They are living a fairy tale and I am so happy for them!
My wife and I adopted two kittens from Furry Friends. Jay Jay (now Coal) and Jasper are healthy and full of life… Both cats are over nine pounds and actively keeping our home mouse free!