Feral Cat DayOctober 16
Moose the Happily Retired Feral wishes everyone a Happy Feral Cat Day. If you want to lend a helping paw to an organization dedicated to the welfare as well as the humane prevention of feral cats, donate here, or you can visit Alley Cat Allies' website and donate even more.
Another successful Jumble Sale!
To those who donated goods, our deep thanks. To those who didn't make it to the sale, our condolences. Better luck next year. Remember, we accept donations for the sale year-round; just drop us an email at email@example.com to make arrangements for drop-off or pick-up.
As always, we need donations and volunteers. We could really use your help . . . and your stuff. We are currently and gladly accepting the following for next year's Jumble Sale: no clothes or large items, please, but books, CDs, vinyl, toys, kitchenware, collectibles, knick knacks, jewelry, small furniture and appliances, are welcome. For more information, or to drop off anything, please call 2065247326 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A nod from the Campus
Not sure how we missed posting this 2009 article about us from UW Today, a publication of the University of Washington, but it’s short and sweet.
Feral cats with mouse-ears
At night, around 200 feral cats prowl Disneyland for rodents—and Disneyland is grateful for it. Their feral-cat management program was mentioned in this Los Angeles Times article.
Cats may be good for your heart, study indicates
A University of Minnesota study of 4,435 adults has discovered that the relative risk of death from heart attack was 40% higher for people who had never owned a cat.
To our donors:
THANK YOU to all of you have contributed to Friends of Campus Cats. Every penny counts, and we simply could not carry on without your help. We try to send receipts and thank you notes to everyone. If you have not received acknowledgment of your donation, please accept our apologies! If you itemize and need the tax receipt, please let us know so we may mail your receipt right away.