Committed Alliance To Strays

★★★★☆
  • 104 N Ross Ln

    Medford, OR 97501

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  • 541-779-2916

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Tue-Sat 11am-5pm

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Pets & Animals
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C.A.T.S. has a nice message and a kind goal, but their employees are VERY rude and VERY demanding. If one small detail bothers them, they will be very rude with you and just cut you off. They are also very picky when you get your cat. But, I respect what they do and they are very loving to cats and offer a safe facility for them.

PROS: Good Message, Protective
CONS: VERY Rude, Hard to get a cat

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C.A.T.S. has a nice message and a kind goal, but their employees are VERY rude and VERY demanding. If one small detail bothers them, they will be very rude with you and just cut you off. They are also very picky when you get your cat. But, I respect what they do and they are very loving to cats and offer a safe facility for them.

PROS: Good Message, Protective
CONS: VERY Rude, Hard to get a cat

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The C.A.T.S. (Committed Alliance to Strays) people are the best! They truly have big hearts, and open them to innocent little creatures that, through no fault of their own, are in need. The newly rescued cats and kittens are all initially kept in quarantine, and evaluated for medical needs. My Mr. Boots even had minor surgery to remove a tumor. All the kittys are either spayed or neutered if they stay long enough, or they will offer a low-cost coupon and a list of trusted vets to perform the surgery. They try their best to keep the facilities clean and nice, and give their feline guests love and attention. I am impressed with their efforts to match up each kitty with the right home, including special needs kittys, no matter how long it takes. You are encouraged to spend as much time with a kitty as you need, to get to know it, before making your decision. I wholeheartedly support C.A.T.S, and have donated financially to them. I trust them to be fiscally responsible, and support their fund-raising efforts.

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The C.A.T.S. (Committed Alliance to Strays) people are the best! They truly have big hearts, and open them to innocent little creatures that, through no fault of their own, are in need. The newly rescued cats and kittens are all initially kept in quarantine, and evaluated for medical needs. My Mr. Boots even had minor surgery to remove a tumor. All the kittys are either spayed or neutered if they stay long enough, or they will offer a low-cost coupon and a list of trusted vets to perform the surgery. They try their best to keep the facilities clean and nice, and give their feline guests love and attention. I am impressed with their efforts to match up each kitty with the right home, including special needs kittys, no matter how long it takes. You are encouraged to spend as much time with a kitty as you need, to get to know it, before making your decision. I wholeheartedly support C.A.T.S, and have donated financially to them. I trust them to be fiscally responsible, and support their fund-raising efforts.

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