A staff member of Cat Town, the one and only Jay Ruiz, is in the middle of walking 60 miles in 24 hours to raise money for Cat Town! He is dedicating every 10 miles to a current Cat Town cat and you can follow his progress on Instagram. GO JAY!
Walk a Mile in an Abandoned Cat's Paws
It's tough on the streets if you are a cat. Usually they eek out an existence dumpster diving and catching vermin. Cats who have been abandoned or lost often end up in a feral colony, but they are not wild cats. They are domesticated cats who are down on their luck and a helping paw.
We had a super 2nd week of the Saving Pets Challenge, with individual team members raising over $5,000 last week (and that doesn't even include the money donated to the general Cat Town fundraiser!) That puts Cat Town's total over $33,000 so far! But we can't stop yet...we want to make sure we keep pushing to the finish line to meet our goal of $120,000.
In the first week of Saving Pets Challenge, including some offline donations, we have raised over $30,000 to help the cats who need us most! That is simply incredible!
Here's a story which is quite a common one at Cat Town - the transformation of a scared and shy cat to a confident pet. Boone was adopted from Cat Town cafe just a couple weeks ago.