St. Meows was founded in 2000 by a Boston Globe reporter after her friend died of a brain aneurysm at her shelter that housed some 58 cats that were under threat of euthanasia. After taking a long hiatus to raise her daughter, St. Meows, dubbed the "Marines of Animal Rescue" by Harvard's The Crimson, is back doing what they were well known throughout greater Boston for doing - rescuing cats dumped on the streets like they were trash.
Requirements: 1. Must be at least 21 years old. 2. Live in private housing (no dorms or public housing). 3. Have a character reference. 4. Have a job reference (previous employer may be acceptable). 5. Have a picture ID. 6. Complete an application. 7. Zoom meet the pet you are interested with. 8. Agree to an in person meeting