Hearing Bella’s Voice
Jordan, founder of Bella’s Voice Thrift Store, knew she’d found the right cat for her when she spied Bella all the way at the top of the rows of cat kennels at Seattle-Tacoma Humane Society. When Jordan brought tiny, five-pound Bella home, her outgoing personality shined: she lept right onto the table and batted Jordan’s keys onto the floor.
Bella was home.
It wasn’t long before Bella settled right into her new family. Jordan describes Bella as a very vocal cat who is very easy to bond with—which made her the perfect inspiration for Jordan’s nonprofit endeavors. Soon, Bella’s Voice opened, a nonprofit thrift store that donates all proceeds to area animal organizations. Homeward Pet’s many programs—like our Pet Food Bank and focus on physical and behavioral rehabilitation—were what cemented Jordan’s decision to support the animals in Homeward Pet’s care.
Bella’s Voice Thrift Store accepts gently used clothing, furniture, jewelry, toys, housewares, and more. What’s more, all profits are donated to local animal welfare organization, including Homeward Pet. Not only does Bella the cat grace the store’s logo, she’s often found strutting around Washington—easily taking to leash walking and never looking back.