Hello Cat Lover!
Here's what's in this issue:
New book is out!
Blind cat sanctuary...
Rare cat in Bolivia documented...
Cat food news...
Stuff for Cat lovers...
Web sites to explore...travel info
A smile for you...new video
Take action....help pets after Hurricane Sandy
NEWS FOR CAT LOVERS
Good news: My new book, compiled with the help of
many of you, is now on sale at Amazon.com. The title
is "Our Amazing Cats."
I didn't have the link available for you in the
last issue, as it was only released on Thanksgiving,
Nov. 22. Here is the current link:
If you have not seen it yet, be sure to go get one
(or more) for holiday giving. It's only 7.97 and is a
very entertaining read. You will enjoy reading
stories from your fellow newsletter readers:
Nancy Dutton, A. L. Wilson, Christine Houde, Anna
Balsamo, Cateline Beem, Cheryl Wright, Fritz owens,
and Dena Johannes, with a special contribution from
a well known newspaper columnist in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, Stu Bykofsky.
Blind Cat Sanctuary Offers Cage-Free Oasis
I have a blind cat here in my shelter, and she has
been one of the most delightful cats we have! Being
blind is no reason to put them down. Read this heart-
warming story about a young woman who agrees and has
done something about it:
A "camera trap" photo documents the first-known occurrence
of an extremely rare spotted cat in Madidi National Park in
The Oncilla (Leopardus tigrinus) occurs across the Amazon and
along the tropical Andes. About the size of a house cat, they
are the smallest cat species of South America's lowlands.
Very little is known about their life history.
CAT FOOD NEWS
Help Feed Shelter Animals
Thanks to Lara for updating this information!
Don't forget to visit these sites as often as you can and
click on the shelter-feed links. There is no cost to you
to do this.
http://www.freekibblekat.com/ (Answer a trivia question...
even a wrong answer gives a donation.)
STUFF FOR CATS (and cat lovers)
All Natural Cat Care Supplies:
Here is a neat book on special holiday
recipes for your sweet kitties that will allow you to
feel you're giving them a treat, without overdoing it:
(Right click that link to download the recipes.)
WEB SITES to explore
Traveling with your cat for the holidays? Keep the
following web sites handy during your trip:
1. Finding pet friendly lodging:
2. Nationwide veterinarian directory:
3. Pet Poison Helpline
Keep this information "on top," that is, don't bury
it in a notebook or on your computer. When (or if) you
should need it, you don't want to waste time looking for it.
A SMILE FOR YOU
This is a very cool video. Optical illusions, plus a cat
at the end of it! Very cute.
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Check out the video on my website, at the top of the page.
http://www.theproblemcat.com (Crazy Cat Loves Water)
TAKE ACTION TO HELP ANIMALS IN NEED
It's going to be a long time rebuilding homes,
streets, infrastructure and jobs, not to mention
lives, after Hurricane Sandy. One way to help, which
is seldom thought of, is caring for the animals that
also have suffered the loss of their homes. If you
know someone, or are someone, in that area, consider
rounding up some foster homes for displaced pets:
Watch for your next issue of The Kitty Times in 2 weeks!
Purrs and nosetaps,
Roberta, the Cat Lady
mskitty @ theproblemcat.com
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