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08/06/2013
By: jvangurp1
House of Mews
The woman that owns this place thinks she knows it all about cats and is extremely rude. She requires you to fill out this dumb application before you can even look at any cats your interested in and then continues to ask you a million different nonsense questions that have nothing to do with adopting a cat. I found a cat that I really clicked with and I immediately fell in love, the woman then continues to blatantly tell me that I can't have her. Seriously?! The cats are well taken care of and I would have loved to adopt there but I can't deal with that woman treating her customers like trash. I have NO idea how she stays open with that mouth on her.
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03/03/2015
By: Terri W.
Something Fishy Aquariums & Ponds
people complain about the prices, I find they are just a bit higher but you have to understand they are a small business not a major chain so they can't compete with petco, petsmart, or any other large chain pet store. I am on great terms with the girls that work their and sometimes one person is stretched between several people. I will always go there and buy if they have what I want. I do like the fact they change their stock around depending on what their sellers are offering.
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10/09/2016
By: 2: :.
House of Mews
I loved coming in and being able to play with and pet all the animals. The place appears very well kept, the animals look well taken care of and the women working at the time were very helpful and informative. I was hesitant to go there as I did not hear good things about the customer service, but I suppose they got their act together. Very nice place and would definitely recommend adopting from there.
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