(For every 24 vouchers, Felix will donate one free can of cat food to Cats Protection, so if you aren’t using the vouchers please donate them).
Details here: https://www.worldoffelix.com/reward.aspx?id=3-18
Tommy, age 11, who loves the outdoors, catnip and tickles, and Panther, age 13, a little on the shy side who would like a garden and sun.
These two charming black cats are looking for somewhere to spend their retirement.
I was surprised to hear people overlook black cats. Growing up in a fishing area of Britain black cats were considered lucky. A friend’s black cat would vanish round the neighbourhood when the weather was bad as the crews’ families tempted him in with food at each house to bring luck to the fishermen and the boats back safely.
I could blog about Stephen and Matilda, but after this week, the Koosh ball solution, and the catnip emergency I don’t want to think about it. Those stories are coming up soon.Menahwile, if anyone’s interested in their own pair of moggies, the local CPS has two in. Maisie and Monty are currently looking for a […]
One of our local Cats Protection charities has been selected for a possible £5,000 prize (that’s about $7,750 at the current exchange rate). As a small branch entirely run by volunteers, the prize would make a real difference to them.The competition is run by “Animal Friends”, a pet insurance company on Facebook. If you are […]
Back in August I mentioned a World of Felix offer to donate to Cats Protection in exchange for tokens. I duly sent off my 120 tokens the day I placed the order, glued neatly to the order form so it could go as standard letter.Two months later and they were still “Waiting for tokens”. Oh […]
The Cats Protection Christmas Catalogue have now got their range of cards and gifts available online for Christmas. It all helps to feed and look after cats, so please have a look and if there’s anything there to interest you – or your cat!Cat’s Protection Shop
We had some news today that really made our day: Max and Millie have been homed. Best wishes to their new owners (staff?) and we hope that life with them will prove a little less eventful than our two have.
Just a quick post about rescue cats – well, two in particular. With the recession, a number of pairs of older cats (7 years+) have been left homeless. As you can see from our experiences with Stephen and Matilda, older cats do not simply sleep all the time. In fact, they can be quite active […]