If you’re like me, you probably have more than a few cat-inspired knick-knacks sitting around the house. If you do, now is a good time to dust them off and use them to do some good for Chicago’s Community Cat population.
During February, Tree House Humane Society’s Community Cat program has been selected as the recipient of the Teal Cat Project’s latest fundraising efforts. The new campaign should be up-and-running later this week – around the 15th of February.
This group takes donations of ceramic cats of various sizes, upcycles them by painting them teal and then fits them with a tag for authenticity. Then, sells them for $25 to $35 each to support various Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) Programs.
The Teal Cat Project runs their campaign a couple of times a year. They scour thrift stores, eBay and take in donated ceramic kitties to build up their litter. Then they paint and sell them for an organization. When each litter runs out, they start all over again to raise funds for a new group.
You can go online to check out the Teal Cat Project. You may also purchase a kitty online, donate a kitty online or order one of their super cool t-shirts as well. Learn more about Tree House’s Community Cat program online or click on one of the articles below.
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