One of the hardest parts of rescuing is adopting out our beautiful rescues. We have to be patient in interviewing potential adopters because we do not want to attract breeders, which is why we also spay and neuter, or ask the adopter to schedule an appointment with the veterinary clinic to do so. We also don’t want those who are only interested in cute and fluffy cats, but will dump them once it has become inconvenient or if the cat is sick and needs extra care.
Remember, RESCUE IS THE BEST BREED! ADOPT AND DON’T SHOP!