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Paws and whiskers cat shelter inc

32hillwyck dr
Toledo, OH 43615
419-536-1914

User Reviews (3)

  • 1. I found my baby kitty

    by: cellbill1

    I adopted my kitty in september, he is great and I love him more than words can say. This shelter is great. It is run by pepole who care with out much support, but they never give up, and the cats are always number one!

    Pros

    they care

    Cons

    none

  • 2. Paws and Whiskers Cat Shelter (Toledo, OH)

    by: kls801

    Paws and Whiskers Cat Shelter is one of the finest no kill cat facilities. The problem is they can only accomodate approximately 50 cats at a time. Therefore, a makeover to the shelter would be a great benefit to all our feline pets. The staff is always available to answer any questions you may have and they also go above and beyond after hours to save and protect our feline friends. Of course we can't forget Emma (the Head Master Cat) who really runs the organization as she keeps Dave (the manager), the staff and all volunteers under control to make sure her friends are well cared for. With best wishes we hope they win the makeover. Sincerely Bailey (our feline who is an E-Mail friend Of Emmas), Sharon K and Nancy S.

    Pros

    No kill facilty for our feline friends

    Cons

    None

  • 3. small cat shelter

    by: debo2

    Okay, I'm a bit baised about this shelter. They took in a Mama cat and two babies in September of 01 and my husband and I have supported them every since. They hand write the best thank you notes for every donation you make. The people who work there really care about the cats, the shelter is clean and cheerful. They will take back any cat adopted out of their shelter no matter how long it has been since it was adopted. This is a great policy but in these hard economic times, it has put a financial strain on the shelter. They could really use more help in their misson to help the cats.

    Pros

    caring people, good conditions for cats

    Cons

    none