Furry Friends is hosting its eighth annual dinner and auction fundraiser on Saturday, September 17th from 5 PM to 9 PM at the Firstenburg Community Center. While this year’s theme, “My Fair Kitty,” encourages attendees to wear costumes from the Academy Award winning film “My Fair Lady”, dressing to the nines is purely optional.
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 […]
By Tess Ewart Griffin is a 2 year old blue Persian rescue cat from Vancouver. He was rescued by Furry Friends Cat rescue and he is out to change everyone’s preconception about cats. His personal motto is “anything dogs can do, I can do better!” In March of 2015 I unexpectedly lost my kitty of […]
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.
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.