We Believe that Every Cat Matters...

Most of the cats Purrfect Pals takes in come from owners who are unable to keep them. We also accept transfers from our wonderful partner animal shelters and rescue organizations throughout Washington State.

We transfer in cats and kittens when our partner shelters are over capacity or unable to provide extraordinary medical care. These include older cats, chronically ill cats, cats in need of hospice care and cats who have tested positive for FIV, Leukemia, Distemper, Ringworm, Hyperthyroidism, Diabetes and Calicivirus.

We even accept semi-feral kittens and very shy adults who are fostered and rehabilitated in our Monroe Corrections Kitten and Cat Connections prison program.

Most of the cats Purrfect Pals takes in come from owners who are unable to keep them. We also accept transfers from our wonderful partner animal shelters and rescue organizations throughout Washington State.

We transfer in cats and kittens when our partner shelters are over capacity or unable to provide extraordinary medical care. These include older cats, chronically ill cats, cats in need of hospice care and cats who have tested positive for FIV, Leukemia, Distemper, Ringworm, Hyperthyroidism, Diabetes and Calicivirus.

We even accept semi-feral kittens and very shy adults who are fostered and rehabilitated in our Monroe Corrections Kitten and Cat Connections prison program.

Meet our Wonderful Partner Organizations

Interested in Partnering with Purrfect Pals?

Do you represent an animal shelter or rescue organization and want to discuss the possibility of transferring cats and kittens to Purrfect Pals? We would love to hear from you!

Please contact our Foster Care and Intake Manager, Susan Bark, at [email protected] or (360) 926-8462.

Interested in Partnering with Purrfect Pals?

Do you represent an animal shelter or rescue organization and want to discuss the possibility of transferring cats and kittens to Purrfect Pals? We would love to hear from you!

Please contact our Foster Care and Intake Manager, Susan Bark, at [email protected] or (360) 926-8462.