Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Buy a bag of chocolates on the eve of Valentine's Day and support our mission to save homeless cats

The Côte Saint-Luc Cats Committee and Educhat chocolate say is a huge success. We can barely keep up with the orders.

On the eve of Valentine's Day, we have replenished our supply. Because we all "love" cats and make every effort to assist these beautiful animals via Trap, Neuter, Release/Adopt Programs, we have embarked upon this  small fundraiser. 

Please  consider purchasing a small bag of chocolates, decorated with a Valentine's Day theme. Each bag is about 11 ounces and we a they cost $10.  We have included our mission statement on the back of the bag as well.

Email mcohen@cotesaintluc.org and place your order while we still have bags in stock. We know have kosher chocolates as well.

Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Minou (now named Hobbes) has found a home

Last week we put the call out for two cats who needed nice homes: Minou, a one year old female who had been with a large family where the mom decided it simply was not a good atmosphere for a pet; and Princess Tia, a six month old kitten.

Suzanne de Jong and her 10 year old son Ben answered the call. They visited with Minou at the Côte Saint-Luc Hospital for Animals and immediately fell in love with this gorgeous and affectionate calico.

Take a look at the photo below where Minou, now named Hobbes, showed her appreciation to Ben! 

Now folks it is time for someone to step up and adopt Princess Tia (below).

Friday, 2 January 2015

Two gorgeous cats available for adoption

Happy New Year.
We are starting off 2015  with a plea for help.

This beautiful Calico named Minou was in a home for a while, but there was too much activity and it did not work out. The mother of the house has 10 children.

Miniou is very sweet.  Look at that magnificent face. She has a great temperament and would love to go to a forever home. She is spayed, de-wormed and vaccinated. Please ask everyone that you know who understands that having a cat is for life.  She is only about one year old and should enjoy a very long life.
Let us know at mcohen@cotesaintluc.org if you are interested.

We would also like to tell you that Princess Tia (on Councillor Mike Cohen's shoulder at the left) is still looking for a  home. She is presently being fostered at the  Côte St. Luc Hospital for Animals. The five month old tabby kitten has fur soft as silk and she is very gentle and afffectionate.

Cats make the most amazing pets. Please pass the word around about these two great catches.

Email mcohen@cotesaintluc.org for more info.