August 17, 2017- Are you ready to adopt a cat? Do you know what it takes to be a cat parent? Are you sure? Our friends at Catster have come up with a checklist that we think is pretty good in establishing whether a person is ready for that kind of lifelong commitment. Check out their list by clicking on the link below. As always, I look forward to your comments! http://www.catster.com/lifestyle/are-you-really-ready-to-adopt-a-cat
August 17, 2017-Today is black cat appreciation day! What better way to celebrate than by adopting a black beauty? Our friends at the ASPCA have quite the line up of these lucky kitties who are just waiting for their forever homes! Check them out by clicking on the link: https://www.aspca.org/news/its-black-cat-appreciation-day
May 15, 2017- We love happy endings at The Kitty Cat Clan, and this story is no exception. This is the story of Champas and how he finally found his furrever home.
Cat becomes receptionist after waiting more than 400 days to be adopted
April 19, 2017-So #1 on the list is not what you’d expect and maybe some of you won’t be too happy with me, but I believe that first place on the list goes to…
All of the cats that have loving homes. Sure they may not have an inheritance worth millions and they may not have merchandise or be celebrities or have a television show, but what they do have is a family that loves them. They have a warm and comfortable home with the occasional cat treat or toy and once in a while maybe even some catnip. There are pictures of them on the wall or the mantle and the ones who have crossed the rainbow bridge are forever memorialized in a special spot in the yard or in an urn in the china cabinet.
They have a warm and comfortable home with the occasional cat treat or toy and once in a while maybe even some catnip. There are pictures of them on the wall or the mantle and the ones who have crossed the rainbow bridge are forever memorialized in a special spot in the yard or in the china cabinet.
They’ve got people that care about them who are foster parents and those who care about them so much that they’re willing to drop off bags of food or piles of blankets to shelters that house them. People who go out of their way to sponsor their kennel and people who tirelessly raise money to support the homeless, feral, scared, injured cats all over the world.
Maybe cats with loving homes aren’t the world’s richest cats in a monetary or material sense and maybe, WE, their caretakers are the richest ones for having them as our moral and ethical responsibilities. We are the wealthiest above all because we have their love and they have ours.
Thank you to each and every one of you that save lives and make a difference for these animals all over the world. God Bless.