Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Cat Care Society Sept. News: Special Needs September, Painted Cats Move to Arts District at Santa Fe + Piatti Ristorante Hosts Feasting For Felines to Benefit CCS

Today is September 1st and Cat Care Society is announcing these upcoming events to kick off the new month:

ADOPTION SPECIAL FEATURES UNIQUE TO THE INDUSTRY PERPET-U-CARE

During September CCS is offering the Special Needs September promotion for all CCS senior cats (age 10+) and adult cats having chronic health problems with these reduced fees:

$40 adoption fee for Senior and Special Needs cats.

$20 adoption fee for the disabled (disability discount) and senior adopters age 60+ of these Senior and Special Needs Cats in the promotion.

For all cats in the Special Needs September promotion, our 'unique to the industry' CCS Perpet-U-Care program applies. Perpet-U-Care covers $250 in medical services at the CCS Cat Clinic annually for cats 10+ years and cats with special chronic health problems (note: it does not include wellness exams, vaccines and cremation).

Learn more about Perpet-U-Care

Link to view the Information Flyer

Link to view the Facebook Album of our Senior and Special Needs Cats

Please note: as with all reduced fee adoption promotions, our standard screening process applies.

TAILS OF THE PAINTED CATS SUMMER TOUR LAST STOP



To kick off the Labor Day weekend this Friday, September 4th, Art of Life Gallery, 200 Santa Fe Drive, is hosting a Wine & Cheese Event, 6:30 to 8 p.m., celebrating the 2015 Tails of the Painted Cats.

Enjoy wonderful wines and delicious cheeses (thank you Grande Cheese), while viewing all of the 2015 Painted Cats and other art on display at the gallery. Several of the CCS painted cat artists will exhibiting other of their works that evening.

Cost: $10 donation per person requested to help the Cat Care Society cats, payable at the wine bar that evening.

There's street parking available along Santa Fe, plus these nearby lots: The Bolt Factory at 2nd and Kalamath St; Image Complete Lighting Gallery, Kalamath and 2nd Avenue; and Su Teatro lot at Santa Fe Drive and 2nd Avenue. The District's First Friday Art Walk will be going on concurrently, complete with a Shuttle Coach running from 5:30 to 10 p.m. throughout the District.

The painted cats will remain on display at Art of Life through September 29th.

Art of Life Gallery website

Arts District On Santa Fe website

RESTAURANT FUNDRAISER

September Feasting For Felines: 20% of Piatti's Lunch & Dinner Sales Benefit Cat Care Society Wednesday, September 16th. 

Feasting For Felines returns to Piatti Ristorante in Cherry Creek, 191 St. Paul St (valet parking provided). Dine either for lunch or dinner and Piatti will donate 20% to CCS! Reservations are requested online or by calling 303.321.1919.

Cat food and litter donations are also greatly appreciated. Bring them to the restaurant with you.

Link to the information flyer

Link to the Piatti Denver Website

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Free Family Event at Cat Care Society: Festival of Felines Celebrates Shelter Cats and 2015 Painted Cats

Cat Care Society's Festival of Felines is returning Saturday, August 29, 2015, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the CCS shelter, 5787 W. Sixth Avenue. The announcement is made by CCS President Gail Tinianow who says these free, family-oriented activities will be available for Festival attendees:

• Pet and play with the CCS shelter cats and kittens

• See all the 2015 Painted Cats

• Tour The CCS Cat Clinic

• Enjoy free refreshments: Ice Cream Bars, Cake, Punch and Pop Corn 

• Face Painting

• Kids Crafts and Give-Aways (including Spin The Wheel)

• New this year: ‘Photo Man Richard’ will take 5x7 photos with your favorite Painted Cat or Real Cat (photos will be printed on-site for guests to take home with them)

The public is welcome to come and celebrate the Cat Care Society shelter cats and 2015 Painted Cats.

Link to the news release

Link to the Cat Care Society website

This week at Cat Care Society: Black Cat Adoption Special + Jose O'Shea's Fundraiser + Seminar For Senior Cat Owners

Tuesday, August 18 - Sunday, August 23: in celebration of Black Cat Appreciation Day (which was Monday Aug 17 when CCS was closed), the shelter is offering a Black Cat Adoption Special all week (for all black cats and cats with 'some' black fur, age 1 and up). The standard adoption screening process applies. Adopters can name their price or spin the wheel to determine the adoption fee on adult black kitties, and those with "some" black fur: light or dark blue: fee waived; purple, green or yellow, $8; and red, $17.

Flyer: http://goo.gl/ZWA8A2 + link to view the CCS cats available for adoption: http://goo.gl/lOKEDE

Feasting For Felines Fundraiser at Jose O'Shea's Mexican Cantina in Lakewood: Dine Wednesday, August 19, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at Jose O'Shea's, 385 Union Blvd in Lakewood.

Print and bring this flyer and 20% of proceeds will go to Cat Care Society.


August Seminar, Your Cat's Golden Years: Saturday, August 22nd - 10:30 to noon at the shelter: "Your Cat's Golden Years." by Christine Stanton, District Manager, Chuck and Don's Pet Food & Supplies. Learn about exercise, play, dental care, hearing, vision + more. Space limited. Please RSVP to frontdesk@catcaresociety.org or call 303.239.9680.

Link for more information.

Tuesday, August 04, 2015

This week at Cat Care Society: International Cat Day Adoption Special + August Book Fundraiser Kicks Off

International Cat Day is this Saturday, August 8th, and the perfect day for adopting a CCS adult kitty (age 1 and older).

Cat Care Society's adoption fee is reduced...August 8th day only...to $8.80 per cat age 1 and older. The standard adoption screening policy applies.

Link to the flyer

Link to view the CCS cats available for adoption



During August, Author Deb Barnes is generously donating 10% of all "Purr Prints of the Heart" book sales to Cat Cat Society. She's doing this at the request of CCS Volunteer Sierra M. Koester (thank you Sierra for selecting Cat Care Society to receive these funds) in memory of her late kitty Jewel, whose anniversary of passing is in August. The book is available for purchase at Amazon.com and other online book purchasing sites.

Link to purchase on Amazon (note: the paperback version is eligible for an additional donation to Cat Care Society via the Amazon Smile program)

Quoting Sierra Koester's Fur Everywhere blog: "If you'd like an autographed copy of the book, you can order one directly from Deb [the author] by emailing her at: info@zzppublishing.com. Each book ordered directly from Deb also includes a beautiful keepsake bookmark and tissue paper wrapping."

Link to the Fur Everywhere review of 'Purr Prints of the Heart' 

Link to the "Cat Chat" blog review of 'Purr Prints of the Heart'

Link to the flyer

Coming in Sept: Buy and read the book in August, then make plans to attend first ever CCS book discussion meeting: Sat. Sept 26th, 1 p.m. in the CCS Conference Room.

New: Buy Bissell Products and Help CCS Shelter Cats and Community Outreach Projects

Cat Care Society is proud to be a Partner for Pets! BISSELL and LostPetUSA.net have teamed up to help organizations like ours raise money, and now you can help too!

When you purchase pet products on bissell.com and enter the code ADOPT at checkout, a portion of your purchase will be donated to our organization!

It’s simple.

· Shop pet products on www.bissell.com 

· Enter the code ADOPT at checkout 

· Then select our organization!

Learn more at www.bissell.com/partnersforpets.

 Link to the flyer:

Monday, July 27, 2015

This Week: Painted Cats Head to Evergreen + CCS Teams With Animal Rescue Site To Help Injured Shelter Cat Jarrett

This Friday, July 31, 5 to 8 p.m. -- join Cat Care Society for the Tails of the Painted Cats opening reception at the Main Street Gallery in Evergreen, 28186 Colorado 74 #4. The painted cats open that night as part of Evergreen's 'Last Friday' Community Art Walk. The public is welcome to browse the art and enjoy refreshments.

The gallery is located in the shopping center just east of Beau Jo's Pizza. MAP The 2015 Painted Cats will be displayed at the Main Street Gallery through August 27th.

Link to Tails of the Painted Cats Summer Tour schedule.

Cat Care Society has teamed with The Animal Rescue Site to raise funds to help Shelter Cat Jarrett recover from a fractured leg. The backstory: Jarrett was brought to Cat Care Society in early June when a Good Samaritan found him wandering in their back yard. He had bite wounds and scratches around his body, but most concerning was that Jarrett was walking with a limp. X-rays determined that Jarrett had a non-displaced fracture to his metacarpal bone in his front left leg.

Jarrett now has a cast to keep his front leg steady and in place and will remain on cage rest for the next four weeks. Once the fracture has healed then Jarrett will be ready for adoption! He is a very trusting soul and all he wants is a loving home to call his own.

Link to Donate - we're seeking 125 individuals to give just $16 each to help Jarrett's leg recover.

Adoption Tales By Cat Care Society Shelter Assistant Karlyn Mendez

Cat Care Society's  'Forever Home' recap from June 27th:

London (pictured here) - “Jasmine” found a home with one of our new volunteer socializers and her family. She is doing quite well in her new home and her personality has improved ten-fold. She chirps during playtime with owners and loves the fresh air from the window.

Wyatt and Alex - “Oder and Uller” were adopted by two men. Both cats like watching owners do their yard work and hate the washer and dryer. Oder likes to bat toys and Uller window watches.

Benji - “Arthur” also got a home with one of our volunteers. He shares his home with 4 other cats. He is still a bit timid but is content and purrs a lot.

Douglas - “D.C.” (Stands for Douglas Cat) is a very wired and hyper kind of guy. Definitely doesn’t need coffee to wake up! He is an only child and is adjusting to his home.

Cheddar - “Brio” feels very at home and tolerates the older cat. She enjoys her owner’s lap and loves pets.

Link to view all the CCS adoptable cats

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Cat Care Society: 'Thank You To Our CFC Donors'

"Sincere thanks to those federal employees who've donated to Cat Care Society through the Combined Federal Campaign in past years!"

Team Cat Care is looking forward to another great year working together.

Learn more at the Rocky Mountain CFC website: http://goo.gl/91SvWw

Also, please like the CFC Facebook page: https://goo.gl/QJE3q3

Monday, July 20, 2015

This week at Cat Care Society: Feasting For Felines Wednesday, Saturday Seminar + Kitten Fostering Opportunity

Native Foods Cafe hosts Feasting For Felines on Wednesday, July 22 - 11 am to 9 pm. Denver West Location: 14650 West Colfax.

Print and bring this flyer for a 20% donation to Cat Care Society.

Link to view the Native Foods Cafe menu.

Making Your Home Decidedly Cat-Friendly Seminar: Sat, July 25, 10:30 am to noon, in the Cat Care Society Shelter Conference Room. "How To Set Up Your Home For Your Cat" by Billie Reynolds, cat behaviorist.

Please RSVP because space is limited -- by phone: 303-239-9680 or by email: frontdesk@catcaresociety.org.

Link to the seminar flyer.

Cat Care Society is looking for Volunteers for Kitten Fostering

Kitten season is in full swing and Cat Care Society is in need of families who can foster orphaned kittens, nursing moms with kittens, and pregnant mom cats. The time commitment for fostering kittens is anywhere from two months to two weeks depending on their age, health and temperament. CCS will provide all medical care for your fosters. We do require all foster kittens get a medical checkup at the shelter at 3 weeks, 6 weeks, and 9 weeks. This is to ensure their overall health and also to administer important vaccines required of young kittens. Once they are old enough to be spayed and neutered they can come to the shelter to find their furrever homes!

Required: 

Spare room away from household pets

Driver’s license/insured auto for transport

Please contact CCS Shelter Manager Heather Allen for more information and foster program orientation details. Phone: 303-239-9680 x 14, email: hallen@catcaresociety.org

Program flyer

Note: If you're not already a Cat Care Society volunteer, we will request you also attend an upcoming CCS Volunteer Orientation. The next session is Saturday, August 8th, 12:30 p.m. Link for more information.

Friday, July 17, 2015

Cat Care Society is looking for Volunteers for Kitten Fostering

Kitten season is in full swing and Cat Care Society is in need of foster families who can foster orphaned kittens, nursing moms with kittens, and pregnant mom cats. The time commitment for fostering kittens is anywhere from two months to two weeks depending on their age, health and temperament. CCS will provide all medical care for your fosters. We do require all foster kittens get a medical checkup at the shelter at 3 weeks, 6 weeks, and 9 weeks. This is to ensure their overall health and also to administer important vaccines required of young kittens. Once they are old enough to be spayed and neutered they can come to the shelter to find their furrever homes!

Required: 

Spare room away from household pets

Driver’s license/insured auto for transport

Please contact CCS Shelter Manager Heather Allen for more information and foster program orientation details. Phone: 303-239-9680 x 14, email: hallen@catcaresociety.org

Program flyer

Note: If you're not already a Cat Care Society volunteer, we will request you also attend an upcoming CCS Volunteer Orientation. The next session is Saturday, August 8th, 12:30 p.m. Link for more information.