Friday, September 24, 2010

Litter for a Cause

World's Best Cat Litter (the only litter we use and recommend to everyone with a cat) sent us an email spotlighting a very wonderful program where cat litter is being donated to help shelters in Los Angeles provide for their feline charges. I'm happy to spread the word and ask that everyone spread the word and click on the graphic above or go to the facebook page and vote. Every time you vote more litter is donated so please spread the word and vote often!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for spotlighting this! Happy to oblige! *from socidoc* P.S. I have a wonderful new kitty... one-eyed... eye removed when only 8 weeks old because of neglectful "owner"... but my Xena is now a very healthy 6-month old, so cute! She has a funny tail with 4, count 'em, 4 kinks, including one that is 90 degrees! Plus, her tail is long-haired and the rest of her is short-haired, lol. Anyway, it's so fun to adopt a new furry child after losing another. Xena joins my lovely Lucy. Take care Liz, Avram and the boyz!

Treat Cats said...

Oh thanks for sharing this,i will share this with my facebook friends.

curator said...

What an excellent cause. Thank you for spreading the word!

Cat lover said...

Wow, I had no idea there was this kind of cause. I always go to the Animal Rescue site every day to click for bowls of food, but this is also awesome. I will share on FB immediately.

Ryan said...

That's very generous of them. Voting!

Emery Cat said...

What a wonderful gesture. I'm sure the people at the shelters are quite grateful for the help.

Alvin said...

Please keep on posting such quality posts as this is a rare thing to find these days. I will be forever grateful to Rider’s wise human who identified his initial comment as one worth exploring. Not only have I learned from Rider an additional aspect of life after passing, I am learning to hear beyond what our limited human context might indicate. Best of luck for the next! Thanks for join with us.

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Val Heart said...

Thanks for sharing this! We appreciate this noble cause. As an animal behaviorist I am very keen about this issue and will certainly spread the good word!

Igloo said...

A great cause!