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Mission Statement

Princeton's Meow is a cage-free cat adoption facility in Concord NC. We house an average of 45 cats in four rooms and work to keep them healthy and happy while they wait to be adopted. We have volunteers who come in whenever they can to socialize with the cats which will help them to get adopted more quickly. We have adoption counselors who process the adoptions. We have health counselors who keep on eye on the physical health of the cats. We have volunteers who work in the office and some who just come to clean the facility. We also have fundraising and fostering volunteers. There is plenty to do at Princeton's and we get to fall in love with and care for a houseful of cats. If you are a cat lover and are looking for an incredibly fulfilling experience, come to Princetons.


Princeton's is a cage-free cat adoption facility.



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Average Review 8 reviews

Would you recommend Princeton's Meow?

by Becky J. (July 14, 2010)
Princeton's Meow is a very cool place. It's a cage-free environment where the cats and kittens behave more like they would at home, than those confined in a cage. The volunteers really care about the cats, and will help potential adoptors find a good match. If you love cats and are looking for a place to give back to the community by volunteering, this is a fun place to consider. You can get and give alot of love with the cat population. If you're thinking of adopting, you just have to come see for yourself.
by Louis W. from kannapolis, NC (March 13, 2009)
Princton's meow is a great place to volunteer, there are always new cats coming in each with their own personality. When your looking to adopt the cage free facility gives you a good idea of how the cats will act when you get them home. It is always clean and can hardly tell that there are 35+ cats.
by Vanessa A. from Kannapolis, NC (July 13, 2010)
The facility and volunteers here are wonderful. They care about the animals and give them the care and love that many of them have not experienced before coming here. A cage free facility allows adopters to be more up close and personal with the animals than they ever would in a caged environment. The volunteers here know the animals well and do their best to provide perfect "furever" matches. Please considering coming out and giving your time to this worthy cause. Email us at princetonsmeow@hotmail.com for more info. Also visit on online at www.cabarrushumanesociety.org and on Facebook.
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by Tammy C. (January 6, 2009)
Princeton’s Meow is a very rewarding place to volunteer my time and services. I have been helping with this wonderful organization going on a year. I knew immediately that this was a place that I could continue to provide support. Each volunteer has such a caring attitude to help each cat or kitten that comes to us even those that may need special attention. I look forward to continuing to support this organization for many years to come.
by Chasity S. from Concord, NC (January 5, 2009)
I have been volunteering at Princeton's since June 2008. I have truly enjoyed the experience. The volunteers are friendly and everyone works very well with each other. The cats love getting attention and cuddling with you at any time. It is a great opportunity to relax after a long day and spend a couple of hours enjoying the unconditional love the cats give to you. The best thing about volunteering at Princeton's is the feeling you get after you have helped a family find the cat that completes their life!!