Friday, May 4, 2018

A Pair of Fun Feline Finds

Today we're super excited to tell you about two pawsome projects that we're supporting and hope you will too!

The first is CatLadyBox's new shirt campaign... Neuter is Cuter! For every one of these shirts purchased, CatLadyBox will make a $5 donation to help spay/neuter a cat!

The shirts are only $15 and they come in gray and pink. You get an adorable shirt and help a cat at the same time!


With kitten season officially here, CatLadyBox is launching a special "Neuter is Cuter" shirt campaign to raise money for spay and neuter programs. When you buy this shirt, you're not only getting an adorable shirt... but they'll also donate $5 from each shirt to help spay or neuter a cat!

You can get the shirts here:


Spaying and neutering animals is the most humane and effective way of controlling cat overpopulation. For every cat that you can help get fixed, we're preventing hundreds of kittens from being born, and helping community cat colonies to stay under control.

An unaltered female cat can have several litters of kittens a year. This leads to more cats having more cats, and also to more cats ending up in shelters. With shelter overcrowding, this sadly also leads to more cats being killed in shelters. The best way to help stop this is to stop the reproductive cycle by spaying and neutering! Each of these organizations does amazing work to educate the public about TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return), provide assistance when possible, and/or offer spay and neuter services and surgeries for community cats. With kitten season in full swing, shelters and rescues are inundated with orphan, homeless, and needy kittens. We hope you'll join us in supporting their very important efforts by purchasing a "Neuter is Cuter" shirt!

Proceeds from this shirt campaign will benefit:

Operation Catnip - Gainesville, FL
Fix Our Ferals - San Francisco, CA
TrapKing Humane Cat Solutions - Atlanta, GA

I got my shirt yesterday and I thinks it's going to draw lots of attention whenever I wears it!


The second thing we wanted to tell you about today is a Kickstarter campaign we recently pledged on. 

A Cat Never Tells by Laura Seeley is a gift book for cat lovers of all ages, celebrating the love a woman has for her cat as we witness events of the life they share. Then one day the cat goes missing and in her profound sadness the distraught woman wonders where her beloved pet could be.

The full color illustrations are stunning, and the lyrical story takes readers on a whimsical journey of fond recollections and magical imaginings. I don't pledge on many crowdsourcing projects, but when I saw this one I acted immediately. I'm so excited to see the finished product.

Visit Kickstarter to pre-order A Cat Never Tells and support the project. It's getting super close to reaching it's goal!

Have you come across any fun feline finds lately that we need to know about? 
Tell us in the comments!


M Dawson said...

We love the t-shirt, and the fact it helps is totally fantastic!

Lone Star Cats said...

Luv da shirt!

Unknown said...

That shirt is really cute, and I love the cause. The book looks great too!

Momma Kat and Her Bear Cat said...

Awesome shirt! But that book is something else entirely. WOW.

Patricia T said...

Two worthy projects. I hope the book has a happy ending.

Three Chatty Cats said...

Both great shares! I'm off to get a shirt and check out the book campaign. Thank you!

The Menagerie Mom said...

Oh my goodness, I am going to have to get one of these shirts! Actually, I will probably get one for my sister and my mom as well. They are too purrfect to pass up! And A Cat Never Tells looks so wonderful. The art is simply mesmerizing. I do hope it has a happy ending! Thank you for sharing these fantastic finds with us!

pilch92 said...

I want to order a shirt, that is so cute. And I will look into this book too.

Priscilla King said...

I endorsed the neutering campaign into the 1990s, and then I saw where it leads. Around Washington the "humane" "rescuers" have achieved their monopoly, pets are confined and sterilized so that rats are resurging as the dominant species, most people can't have a pet, those who do "adopt" a cat or dog are subject to endless hassles by control maniacs, and shameless petnappers in and out of HSUS are prowling rural Virginia in search of special-looking animals "for adoption."

Neutering is cuter than drowning, or letting defective animals produce doomed offspring...but I prefer kittens. Contrary to all HSUS propaganda, cats do seem to be able to limit themselves to one litter per year.

Cat people need to be wary of what we're supporting. Both HSUS and PETA are currently controlled by people who basically don't like the idea of other people having homes, pets, communities, families, etc. Supporting genuine rescue/adoption efforts includes shutting down other things disguised as those.

Priscilla King said...

I'm 99.9% sure that my senior cat Heather's mother was petnapped, and can't rule out the possibility that Heather may have been (polychromatic AND polydactyl AND cute, clever pets). It's not that people don't want cats. It's that people want to sell cats who've become pets by bonding with other people, for their own immediate profit, rather than even waiting to qualify to adopt those cats' kittens.

pam said...

Love that shirt!

Cathy Keisha said...

I saw that shirt online this afternoon and was admiring it. I', supporting a spay-neuter clinic tomorrow.

The Island Cats said...

Great finds! The shirt is really cute...and for a good cause.

The Swiss Cats said...

We love those shirts, and it's great that selling them helps an important cause ! Purrs