Cage-free shelter gives hundreds of cats a second chance at life
For Valerie Scobel, it all started in 1993 with an article in a local paper looking for foster homes and volunteers. In the 20 years since then, the Pet Connection adoption and rescue center has grown to be able to house as many as 200 cats.
Before you write her off as a crazy cat lady, she's done some remarkable things for our feline friends. She has a very clean home and her cats are all healthy. She has dedicated volunteers that help daily with cleaning, feeding, playing, and providing medical care.
Her greatest feeling is seeing one of her rescues get adopted. Sadly, many of them won't get adopted, but this home gives them everything they need to live a happy life.
Check out her story below!
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