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Creatures Comfort

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We are happy to announce that we are now showing at Petsmart in Bellingham, WA, as well as at ACE Hardware in downtown Ferndale, WA. Adoptiion applications are available at PetSmart as well as online.

In an effort to find lifelong, loving homes for our cats, we are reducing the adoption fees for all of our cats - kittens and adults. To find out more about the reduced fee or free adoption, please contact us by email at or by calling Lois Wade at (360) 733-1648.

Be sure to visit our Facebook page at: and follow us on Instagram at @creaturescomfortcatrescue so that you can stay up to date on all of the latest news, announcements, and pictures.

Who We Are

Creatures Comfort is a no-kill, TNR animal shelter with the primary mission of saving and improving the lives of the feral cat community, as well as rehoming stray and domesticated cats whose owners can no longer care for them. For more information about Creature's Comfort please check out our frequently asked questions page online

Our Volunteers

Creatures Comfort is supported through the dedicated and compassionate service of our volunteers. They care about the ferals and their welfare, and do all they can to help in the management and health of the feral colonies. The many services they provide are what keeps us going, from the beginning process of trapping to the fostering of the adoptable cats and kittens. If you would like to volunteer, there are many ways to be of help and we would love to have you. Please contact Lois Wade at (360) 733-1648 or fill out a volunteer application online.

Our Five Principles

  • Intervention: It is our mission to ensure all cats are cared for. Feral cats are trapped, spay/neutered, vaccinated and returned to their homes, hopefully under the supervision of a caretaker. Abandoned and stray cats are trapped and re-socialized if possible.

  • Prevention: Spay/Neuter is not just necessary, it is critical in controlling unwanted cat populations and reducing disease.

  • Rehabilitation: Young kittens taken from the wild can often be socialized and become trusting, loving, people-friendly pets. Previously domestic adult cats that have reverted to a feral lifestyle may be a little more timid or shy, but re-socialization can be successful and allow them to be placed for adoption.

  • Education: We want people to understand the plight of feral and stray cats and how they can help care for them.

  • Adoption: We are dedicated to find loving homes for all of the cats in our care.

  • Adoption Policy: Creatures Comfort has a firm no-declawing policy that extends to all of our cats. To find out more about the effects of de-clawing, please visit for more information.




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