Angelica not only saved my cats but she also gave them a place to live that was equal to them being in my own care. I was between a rock and a hard place. I was in the process of moving accross the country when my reliable ride decided to back out, which left me with no other option than to take my own unreliable vehicle. I could not imagine driving all that distance and then, possibly breaking down on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere with my 3 babies stuck in the car. I called Angelica and she invited me over to her house to see how they would be cared for if they stayed with her, until I could find a way to bring them to me. Her house is set up in every room to accomodate her own pets and the rooms she has for her feline guests are just as fine… lots of towers to climb and perch upon, toys galore, drinking fountains with circulating water (which my cats had never seen before but now seem to prefer), and many places for them to sit and cuddle and lounge.
Since they have been with her, everyday they get special quality time to interact wit her. That is something you cannot find at a regular cattery/boarding situation, and for me it made the difference. She also keeps close watch upon their health and their eating habits. For anyone else that has a cat, you must understand how precarious their health can be and how quickly something that goes unchecked or unnoticed can get out of hand. 2 out of my 3 cats have special needs with regards to diet and medications. You can bet your bottom dollar that a regular cattery would charge even more to simply administer a pill or a feeding schedule. Angelica makes it her personal interest to watch over my pets as though they were her own. I’m finally getting settled here in my new location but it has taken quite a while. In the meantime, she has worked with me on cost, as well as assisted me in finding options for having them sent to me. There have been nights when I would cry myself to sleep because I missed them so badly, wondered if I’d ever see them again and worried that they’d overstayed their welcome. She took pictures of them and sent them to me so I could feel better. And in a few more weeks, when the time comes to have them checked at the vet and taken to the airport to have them sent to me, guess who’s volunteered to do all the chauffering? You cannot believe how generous she has been. Angelica loves animals and people alike. I could not have asked for a better caretaker for them (or myself).
Heather W. North Carolina