Every Wednesday, The SF/SPCA Cat Behavior Program is going to give you the scoop (no pun intended) on what's happening inside and outside of the shelter. This week, we have some very exciting technological new additions, a wonderful sponsor and a brand new roommate coming to the Cat Behavior Office.
CAT BEHAVIOR ON TWITTER!!!!!
Yea, we're hip. We tweet and stuff. Why not, right? All the cool kids are doing it. If you want to follow us on Twitter, you can find us at http://twitter.com/LITTERDIDUKNOW
If you want to follow the happenings of the San Francisco SPCA, please go to : http://twitter.com/sfspca
TWEET TWEET MEOW!!!
Don't forget to add The San Francisco SPCA on Facebook & Myspace and share "Litter Did You know" with as many people possible. The more support we can get, the more animals we can save! Like a bad case of Ringworm (without the itch), we want to spread the word to cat lovers all over the globe.
We are very proud to announce a totally fun sponsor of the SFSPCA. This week, the Cat Behavior Program salutes the makers of LOLMagnetz!
Breadpig, the company behind a superhero pig with wings, has developed something pretty cool. Take all the fun of LoL Cats and put it on your fridge! You love cats right? You must have a fridge too!??! Why not bring your love of cats and silly cat-speak to your fridge or what the heck...stick the magnets on your lunchbox or your friends car. The possibilities are endless.
Proceeds from the sales will benefit The SF/SPCA. It's not wholly selfless, you see, because Breadpig hopes these animals will one day find loving homes and have the chance to be LOLified just like all the ones photographed and uploaded on their website.
Visit http://www.lolmagnetz.com/ to purchase a set for yourself!
NEW OFFSPICE CAT !!!
So, now that Messier has moved on to Adoption-land, we have an opening for another cat that needs our help. This month, we will be entertaining Casey, a 14 year old declawed Himalayan who was left behind after his owner passed away. The SF/SPCA SIDO Program stepped in to make sure Casey would be well cared for after he was left without a caretaker. For more information about The SIDO program and how it can help you and your beloved companions, call 415 554-3027 or click here : http://www.sfspca.org/support/donate/planning-for-your-pets.html
Casey is going to have some lab work done and relax in our office while we wait for the results. Like most senior cats, Casey has some medical concerns that we need to explore before we can find the ideal home for him. In the meantime, we can enjoy his company.
CATS THAT NEED YOUR HELP or BETTER YET....YOUR HOME!!!