Thank you. She has no set fees, in fact she's told me how it bothers her when someone just comes by and adopts one without donating anything. There was another instance that bothered me before, well two actually. I fostered these two brothers. When I went to pick them up, she had them in a little cat kennel. She said she'd had them for two weeks and she was afraid to even check and see if they were tame, so she left them alone in there, throwing food in and water. There were about three cans of rotting food in there and no water when she gave them to me. She said that she wasn't even going to bother taking out any of the old food cans because she's on blood thinners and couldn't take the risk. So apparently, they had three cans of food between them for 14 day??? I put the kennel inside their cat cage and they came out causiously. I cleaned the kennel and fed them, they were starving and one brother was emaciated, the other was very thin. Another few days in that carrier and they'd have died! I have the feeling they were probably healthy when she got them. They were sweet hearts. I had to show her, so I bathed them, as they were covered in their own feces, cleaned one's ear good with peroxide, it was rotting from who knows what and brought them back to her to show her. It took me a few weeks to put weight back on them. SO I brought them back to be adopted. I went back a few weeks later, she sets up an adoption clinic at a local pet supply store and sure enough, he was one chosen to be adopted out that day, just one, I don't know what happened to the brother. He was thin again! There was another adult cat who looked fine, and an emaciated kitten along with them. I commented how thin both kittens were. She explained the one that I hadn't fostered, his brother had been adopted and he wouldn't eat anymore... yet she'll adopt him to someone like that??? She never answered me about the one I had fostered. The siamese I fostered was thin too, and I know she'd had her for a few months. Her hair was falling out and she reaked. I bathed her, brushed her, and started her on a top quality diet. Her fur came back in sleak, she gained weight, she smelled better, and she turned friendly. By the time I took her back, since we realized she was a carrier for ring worm, I could trust her with my kids carrying her around, she was leash trained, we took her out on a leash and the whole neighborhood loved on her. I took her back and on the leash at the same pet store she adopts out of, she fell asleep on the table without a care. She even had someone want her but the lady wanted to spay her first. So I put her in her kennel and left. I later called to check on her, and the lady said she turned mean again and scratched her, that she'd never seen a cat so mean. My two year old could pick that cat up without me even flinching! So now, she won't even take her to be spayed or anything, I guess she is a permanent resident at the rescue. Another thing, the Humane Society has raided her and took all of her animals at one point. The lady faught it and lost, I looked it up on the net. But for some reason, she is allowed to continue with the rescue.