Amanda, a special needs cat who shines brightly this holiday season.


“Our kitty Amanda enjoying her evening in front of the stove with her new Cat Faeries carrot. Thank you so much for the quality kitty toys!”

Shining brightly in the holiday spirit we are happy as flying reindeer to tell you about a very special cat named Amanda. Her adoptive humans have this to tell us:

“Amanda was found abandoned in a city near us and was rescued. She was brought to the Pat Brody Shelter for Cats in Lunenburg, MA where they discovered that she is a special needs kitty, although she doesn’t think so. Her back legs & feet didn’t fully develop before she was born. We read about her on their website and we knew we had to adopt her since we live in a small apartment with no stairs for her to worry about. Little did we know that she’d be able to navigate them just fine if we did! She can jump onto window sills and the kitty furniture in our home just like our other cats.”

“Amanda gets around just fine and she seems to think that’s she’s perfectly “normal.” She just motors around the house and can even run after her brothers and sisters if she wants to. Amanda and all our other cats are enjoying their new Cat Faeries catnip toys even as we speak! Amanda was playing with one of her new toys this morning when I got up.”

Amanda’s human mother, Moira works for a chiropractor and he adjusts her! “She is very good for her appointments and Dr. Jason makes sure her little spine is aligned and gives us advice on how to keep her healthy (massage and stretches) with her challenges.”

“Thank you Cat Faeries, we love that you want to highlight Amanda so that potential adopters will know that special needs cats love and appreciate their Forever Homes perhaps even more than normal cats.. Mandy sends you all her love and is SO happy to be featured in your newsletter!”

All our best,

Rob and Moira

Thank YOU Rob, Moira, and Amanda. It will be impossible to be Bah! Humbug!” this holiday season knowing that angels like you exist.

Read more about Pat Brody Shelter for Cats:
http://www.catsontheweb.org/

Perhaps YOUR veterinarian will want to learn animal chiropractic, here’s where they can train:
http://animalchiropractic.org/certification_information.htm

Our wish to our readers and customers is for a peaceful, delicious, happy, merry, bright, and as Amanda would say “Playful!” Christmas.

Love and Catnip,
Cat Faeries

Celebrating Black Cats in October – Kaboodle from Amy

For the month of October, Cat Faeries is celebrating black cats. We will post pictures of our customer’s cuties and donate 1% of our October sales to several black cat rescue groups.


Celebrating Black Cats in October - Kaboodle from Amy at CatFaeries.com

Here is Kaboodle…who was solid black and started turning white when he was about 3! Weird! But I think the white makes him even more beautiful!

Thank you for featuring beautiful, black kitties!
Amy


Black cats are the hardest for rescue groups to adopt out and place in loving homes. Do you have a gorgeous black cat or two? Send us their photos! Videos too! We’ll post them on Pinterest, our October newsletters, and on Facebook. Send them to catfaeries@catfaeries.com and put the words Photos for Pinterest in the subject line.

Celebrating Black Cats in October – Donna’s Black Beauty

For the month of October, Cat Faeries is celebrating black cats. We will post pictures of our customer’s cuties and donate 1% of our October sales to several black cat rescue groups.


Celebrating Black Cats in October - Donna's Black Beauty at CatFaeries.com

From Donna


Black cats are the hardest for rescue groups to adopt out and place in loving homes. Do you have a gorgeous black cat or two? Send us their photos! Videos too! We’ll post them on Pinterest, our October newsletters, and on Facebook. Send them to catfaeries@catfaeries.com and put the words Photos for Pinterest in the subject line.

Celebrating Black Cats in October – Midnight from Vicki

For the month of October, Cat Faeries is celebrating black cats. We will post pictures of our customer’s cuties and donate 1% of our October sales to several black cat rescue groups.


Celebrating Black Cats in October - Midnight from Vicki at CatFaeries.com

…a photo of Midnight who I was fostering earlier this year, he was a shy fellow and had just come out of his shell. Unfortunately, his adotion was not a good situation and he has come back into foster along with his pal Pumpkin.

Vicki


Black cats are the hardest for rescue groups to adopt out and place in loving homes. Do you have a gorgeous black cat or two? Send us their photos! Videos too! We’ll post them on Pinterest, our October newsletters, and on Facebook. Send them to catfaeries@catfaeries.com and put the words Photos for Pinterest in the subject line.

Celebrating Black Cats in October – Horatio from Vicky

For the month of October, Cat Faeries is celebrating black cats. We will post pictures of our customer’s cuties and donate 1% of our October sales to several black cat rescue groups.


Celebrating Black Cats in October - Horatio from Vicky at CatFaeries.com

Here is my cat Horatio, to celebrate black cats month!

Vicky


Black cats are the hardest for rescue groups to adopt out and place in loving homes. Do you have a gorgeous black cat or two? Send us their photos! Videos too! We’ll post them on Pinterest, our October newsletters, and on Facebook. Send them to catfaeries@catfaeries.com and put the words Photos for Pinterest in the subject line.

Celebrating Black Cats in October – Bagheera from Dominique

For the month of October, Cat Faeries is celebrating black cats. We will post pictures of our customer’s cuties and donate 1% of our October sales to several black cat rescue groups.


Celebrating Black Cats in October - Bagheera from Dominique at CatFaeries.com

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Hooray for black cats!! We adopted Bagheera from Animalkind in Hudson, NY (a cats-only rescue organization) on FRIDAY THE 13th (in December 2013). We didn’t realize the date at the time, just fell in love instantly seeing him across the room with a lot of other kitties. We are madly in love with him. So is our other cat. Here’s Baghie.

Thanks for all you do!
Dominique DeVito


Black cats are the hardest for rescue groups to adopt out and place in loving homes. Do you have a gorgeous black cat or two? Send us their photos! Videos too! We’ll post them on Pinterest, our October newsletters, and on Facebook. Send them to catfaeries@catfaeries.com and put the words Photos for Pinterest in the subject line.