David Cox, president of the board of Furry Friends, explains why the no-kill adoption agency's building is known as a halfway house.

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A halfway house for cats

Furry Friends, a Vancouver no-kill operation, adopts out 200 to 250 animals a year

The face of the Furry Friends nonprofit cat rescue comes in the eyes and whiskers of cats such as Tasha, displayed in cages at PetSmart and Petco stores in the Hazel Dell and Vancouver mall areas.

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