You must be a friend of theirs. I have delt with Kay's before, we adopted a dog from there quite a few years ago. What I did not know untill they said so is that they are not a no kill shelter. I have been told also by a number of other businesses the same thing, THEY DO NOT KEEP ALL THE ANIMALS THEY GET. They ARE NOT a "no kill" shelter.Like this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
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I signed up w/CitySearch to respond to these ratings. The last time I was at Kay's was as a youngster 32 years ago, and brought home my favorite childhood cat. I returned yesterday, and the building lay out is the exact same, indoors and out. The buildings on the property are nicely maintained, clean, the grassy exercise area is neat, trimmed, full of toys, and tables for people to get to know the dogs.
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This is a no kill shelter. This is not the cleanest, best run or most comfortable shelter for the animals, but for so many animals it is their only hope. The dedicated, overtired and overworked staff consists of one family that travels all over the state rescuing dogs and cats from shelters- some of those shelters have an 80% rate of euthanasia. Yes, Kay's is crowded. No, the animals don't get enough exercise. This i... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
i have gotten all my animals from kays for years. they are non kill and i have had the best animals anyone could ever ask for!!!!! i love kays and always have they are not murders i have volenteered here and would recomend kays to anyone and everyone!!!!Like this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
I had gotten my first cat from there and they first told me it was a female cat...went to the vet and it was a male. Then i found out my cat was going to die from RPI and I had the cat for only 3 months..it was 6 months old. I don't recommend this place but if it does save a animal life go for it.Like this review?Yes  (1)|Flag Abuse