i called this morning and spoke with the most rudest man on thier call center, he stated"MONEY talks!!!! U want them cats to live bring the money" i was like excuse you? i only thought i was doing the right thing by calling to see if i can drop off a kitty litter i rescued over the weekend. He was rude cold and was more interested in money than anything else he kept going on and on about money nothing with the shelter or the interest of the aminals... i give this place a -0!!!! that kind of staff behavior is not needed!!!!
My boyfriend and I adopted a cat from Pet Pride about 4 months ago. The place is a little intimidating at first (there are a LOT of cats) but the people who work there are very nice and helpful. The cats are well taken care of---they have clean water, fresh litter, plenty of food and lots of things to climb on and places to sleep. All of the cats are older (most are 4-8 years old) and some have been there for years. \r <br>\r <br>The people who work at Pet Pride encourage you to take your time getting to know the cats. Prepare to spend HOURS at Pet Pride and expect to possibly have to visit more than once to make a decision. One thing that impressed me most about Pet Pride was the guy who helped us. He could give background information about each of the cats off the top of his head. He was very honest and really seemed to want to match the right cat with the right home. They even give you a free voucher so you can take your new cat to the vet for a check up.\r <br>\r <br>I would highly recommend Pet Pride to anybody who is looking to adopt a cat---older cats make wonderful pets. We love our cat and had a great experience with this organization. \r <br>\r <br>\r