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You can help us raise money for charity at our Love Meow Store. Every time you purchase an item from Love Meow, you help fund food and care for rescue animals.

(Jan 19, 2015):

10th Love Meow Donation ($500) went to Cat Town. Here’s Carmen the earless cat, a rescue from Cat Town, and her amazing story.

(May 29, 2014):

9th Love Meow Donation ($500) went to Tonis Kitty Rescue. Toni Sestak, the founder of Tonis Kitty Rescue, has saved thousands of kittens’ lives. It’s a labor of love and her passion to give these deserving little fur balls a second chance at life. 

(Nov 21, 2013):

8th Love Meow Donation ($500) went to Saving Grace Rescue Inc, a non-profit rescue facility focuses on kittens under 8 weeks old and felines with special needs. (Blind Kitten Healing Thanks to Saving Grace)

(March 20, 2013):

7th Love Meow Donation ($500) went to The Cat House On the Kings, a no kill, cage free cat sanctuary.

(Oct 30, 2012):

$2,500 food donation courtesy of Royal Canin (100 bags of Royal Canin’s Spayed/Neutered cat food) went to Cat Snap from Champaign, Illinois (see more).

(July 4, 2012):

6th Love Meow Donation ($500) went to C & W Rustic Hollow Shelter in Iowa, a cage free animal sanctuary for special needs cats and dogs.

(September 23, 2011):

Our fifth donation ($300) went to Puffy Paws Kitty Haven.

(May 23, 2011):

Our forth donation ($255) went to Friends of Felines’ Rescue Center, a no kill, no cage cat haven. Their goal is to find permanent loving indoor homes for cats and kittens and to reduce homelessness, abuse, and euthanasia due to animal overpopulation. More about this amazing cat rescue center here.

(Jan 25, 2011):

Our third donation ($255) went to Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, a no-kill, no cage cat sanctuary that provides a lifetime of love and care to blind rescued cats. To read more about this amazing cat sanctuary, click here.

(October 7, 2010):

Our second donation ($200) went to the Goathouse Refuge, a no-kill animal sanctuary dedicated to providing cage-free care for cats regardless of age, medical issues or disposition until a permanant loving adoptive home can be found. To read more about this amazing cat sanctuary, click here.

(June 1, 2010):

Our first donation ($200) went to PurrEver Ranch, a non-profit hospice for senior and special needs cats. To read more about this amazing cat sanctuary, click here.

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Thank you guys for coming to Love Meow. I have 4 rescue cats: Jackie, Lucy, Shadow and Flip. They are my motivation for this blog. It’s a pawsome feeling to see all these wonderful people doing what they do every day to save lives and making a difference for our lovely furry friends.

Cats are wonderful and I can never get tired of telling people that. Their photos and videos keep us entertained and happy whenever we need a stress reliever. They never fail to bring joy and sunshine into our lives. There are hundreds of thousands of homeless cats that are still waiting for their forever loving homes.

I have covered many stories about animal rescues and shelters such as the Cat House on the Kings, Tabby’s Place, Richmond Animal Protection Society, and many more. Their stories and your stories have inspired me so much.

Right now we are raising funds through our Love Meow Store. Every time you purchase an item from Love Meow, part of proceeds go to charity.

You can nominate a shelter through this link: send us their website URL and/or contact information. The animal shelter must be a government proved charitable organization such as a US 501(c)(3) non profit corporation.

Visit your local animal shelters. Let’s help make a difference :).

Meow,

Amy :)

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Have you ever attempted to eat cat food? It may sound like an unusual idea because we all know what kind of ingredients that go into a can of chicken feast (there is not a lot of chicken breast in it). It is nothing like the chicken we consume at the dinner table.

Would you dare yourself to eat cat food? Not for fun, but for charity?

Daryl Beech, a teenager from Kirriemuir, Angus, shoved a package of chicken chunks “in his mouth” in hopes of raising funds for Cats Protection to help provide food for stray and rescued feline creatures.

Beech was challenged to finish a plate of chicken chunks. By completing the entire serving, Cats Protection, the UK’s leading feline welfare charity would receive a significant amount of donation for the charitable cause.

We have seen many types of charity fundraising appeals. Having a “dare” challenge to increase the awareness was the very first.