I visited with Kate. Amazingly informative and i don't feel as frightened as I was before our private. meeting. To my delight, my husband, who was recently diagnosed with MCI as well as Alzhiemers plaques and tangles via the PET scan, independently drove to the local office and met with Robby. Each of us will be attending our individual meetings as caregiver and patient. These available services will make the difference in quality of life for both family as well as effected individual.
Serving the Salt Lake City Area.
From Business: Voices family has tried to focus on four major categories to help charitable efforts worldwide. Feed, Clothe, Shelter and Cure are the founding principles and wha…
1665 S Bennett RdSalt Lake City, UT 84104
From Business: Deseret Industries has everything you need and lots of what you just can’t live without. We have thousands of new items arriving every day, like clothes, househol…
My late husband worked here, he was treated so badly when he was almost killed in a car accident!! The doctor treating my husband mistakenly sent a letter , it was supposed to explain my husbands injuries and why he wouldn't be able to work for at least 2 - 3 months, the wrong letter got faxed to this business!! My husband had compound fractures in his foot, and other injuries that would heal - but would take a little time!! The managers "chose" to fire him for it!! He did not ask for a drunk 20 year old kid to T-bone him at approximately 40 -45 miles an hour, my husband got the worst compound fracture in his foot from trying to stop his vehicle before this kid came running through a red light - his foot was pushing on the brake so hard at the time of impact, that when the engine was being shoved into the inside of the vehicle - that the engine being shoved into the car snapped his foot directly mid-foot and the bone breaking through the skin!! Our son was in the car with his dad at the time, they were hit so hard, the seatbelt he was wearing, failed and put him almost all the way through the windshield!! We fought my husbands being fired!! The management told a ton of lies about my husband, we had 3 years worth of "outstanding employment" papers from his bi-yearly manager reviews, telling what a great employee he was!! But when the hearing came up about my husband being fired, the managers sat and told how my husband was a terrible employee and that is why they fired him!! We didn't know at the time all this happened that in 2 months from this hearing, we would find out that my husband would be dying and very soon from bone cancer - part of the reason his normally strong bones had broken like they did!! To make things even worse for me - the managers all had the nerve to send a plant with a card signed by all of them with comments - telling me how much they had loved my husband, how much they had missed him working there - it was horrible!!
Horrible place to shop it's very dirty. Can't use the bathrooms there if you ask they profile you and should you look a little sketchy they tell you no. Very over priced there furniture is a joke bunch of trash literally trying to sell broken items for rediculous prices. Couches there have bed bugs I've seen them nasty savers really . In all folks take your business else where you will be better off believe me.
The managers are disrespectful I recommend not going here I have worked here before and hated it dont shop or work here
Nice shopping atmosphere. The store has been upgraded...interior painted, new signage, clean and organized. Staff is friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. Love that they partner with non-profit organizations like Big Brothers, Big Sisters and MS Societies of Utah to help in the community!
GET YOUR CATS TESTED FOR FELV/FIV BEFORE YOU TAKE THEM HOME!! My family and I went to adopt a cat today. We decided to start at the Utah Humane Society. The facility was impressive and Kitty City was very organized and clean with a lot of cats to chose from. We went through every room petting all of the animals. When we found one we liked, we took him into the private room for some one-on-one time. He was definitely a great match for our family and fell in love with him So I began the adoption process. It was then that I learned that the Utah Humane Society does not test for Feline Leukemia (Felv) and was told to have him examined within 10 days by a vet with a complimentary office visit from one of the participating veterinarians and was given a list to chose from. I was very surprised that they would not test their animals for a life threatening and contagious infection. We decided to adopt him anyway feeling optimistic about his health. However, as we drove away, I did call our vet for an appointment and we took our new cat, Steve, for a Felv test right away. A SNAP test was performed and within 25 minutes we knew his results. Unfortunately, his test came back positive for the infection. We were very upset by the news and immediately had to decide what to do to keep our cat of 5 years healthy. I called the Utah Humane Society to inform them that we had a positive result and the other cats he was housed with may also be infected. I was told by the adoption manager the they will take Steve back within 30 days for an exchange. We knew that if we returned Steve to the Humane Society that he would likely be destroyed. I was very upset that an Felv test is not performed on the animals they offer for adoption and that this facility is promoting the spread of disease and infection by not doing so. I am sure it is due to funding, however, such an easily transmittable infection should be tested especially because some of the animals are surrendered and healthy when they get there only to become sick while they stay there reducing the chances of being adopted. I was very frustrated. The paper work states that the Humane Society does not intend to adopt out sick animals but yet they don't test them for major illness. What I learned from this is that in the future I would only adopt from a place that does test for Felv/FIV and other contagious diseases. I would only recommend adopting from this shelter or any other one like it, if the cat will be the only one in the household so if the Felv/FIV test came back positive, you would not be endangering the lives of any other pet and could still keep the cat.