Every one! I need help! Not for me personally, but read on, and you’ll find out.
Bear with me for the back story.
Mojo, as you may know, is a rescue kitty. It’s my preferred method of cat-get. Considering Mojo’s *furnomenal* stardom, he and I felt that it behooved him to help kitties who were less fortunate, and possibly less talented than himself.
Through the wonders of Social Media, we have made contact with a very dedicated group of cat rescue volunteers, at Ward End Cat Rescue. This bijou groupette is based in Birmingham, and for the last fourteen years, they have been caring for and rehoming unwanted and abandoned cats. That deserves a round of appaws, no?
Moral support is all well and good, but it doesn’t really pay for kibble, now does it? So, here’s the massive favour that I’m asking for:
I am giving 10% of my sales to Ward End when you enter the code WE10 when at checkout my site http://www.tranquilspacedesigns.com. This will AUTOMATICALLY generate a donation to help with food and vets bills at Ward End. If you can re-post this information in some way, you will generate untold eons of good Kitty Karma. Put it on Facebook, twitter, what ever you use. We need to get the word out.
I mean, ideally, everyone who reads this would be able to give a home to a kitty at Ward End, or put an end to the ruthless dumping of cats and kittens by heartless humans. But a good second option would be to tell everyone you know – especially UK based cat lovers – about this initiative.
You’ve seen some of Mojo’s card designs on this site, but the offer also applies to our other ranges, including Twinkle Twinkle light up cards, art cards and kid’s birthday cards.
In the last week, Ward End have rescued, amongst others, a snow white lady called Alpine and her two week old kittens who were dumped in a park; a cat and kitten who were dumped in a box outside their door; two kittens and their pregnant mother, who were living in filthy conditions. Apart from accommodation and food, these cats need medical attention. The volunteers do what they can, but resources are scarce, and at breaking point.
Seven week old Rosco, dumped with his mother in a cardboard box outside Ward End.
Alpine, dumped in a park with her two week old kittens, because her owner ‘no longer wanted the responsibility’.
Generate good Kitty Karma if you can, and help us to help them.
Thank you so much for reading,
- What’s the code again? WE10. Say it with me: WE10. Eons of good Kitty Karma.
Or if you’d rather, go direct to Ward End’s site, where you can donate by PayPal. All streams lead to the ocean!