“Our team knows everything about each kitten, straight down to their zodiac signs,” Singh said. “We’ll ask you a bit about who you’d look for, we’ll introduce you and then you’ll have time to really get to know them. You can come and visit them as often as you’d like, too, while our rescue partner reviews applications and does a phone interview with you.”
Even if folks aren’t necessarily looking to adopt a kitten, Singh fully encourages people to visit with them anyway. It not only helps socialize the kittens, but also allows people to learn more about the importance of fostering, spaying and neutering and, when the time is right, adopting.