Use your arts and crafts talent to feed shelter cats and win a phonecall with Cat Daddy Jackson Galaxy

Stray Cat Alliance

Do you have a knack for arts and crafts? Do you enjoy making collages? For the months of May and June, your talent could not only help feed shelter cats, you could win a phonecall with Jackson Galaxy.

Jackson is spearheading a Pet Postcard Project campaign to benefit one of his favorite organizations, The Stray Cat Alliance in Los Angeles. Freekibble.com has agreed to donate up to 15,000 meals of Halo Spot’s Stew, based on how many postcards the public sends in. For every additional one thousand postcards, Freekibble.com will donate an additional one thousand meals. That’s a lot of food for shelter cats!

Participating won’t cost you more than some paper, glue, and creativity. Simply create a postcard with a cat theme – it can be from photos, or hand drawn, or a collage.  Let your imagination go wild!

To celebrate his recent book release, Jackson will be giving away two signed copies of Cat Daddy: What The World’s Most Incorrigible Cat Taught Me About Life, Love, and Coming Clean to the two people who send in the most heartwarming handmade postcard of their own cat during this campaign. And one lucky winner will win a phonecall with Jackson!

The Pet Postcard Project was created by Nikki Moustaki, who started the project as a way to help raise awareness, funds and food for rescue animals. For more information, please visit the Pet Postcard Project.

Photo collage courtesy of moderncat.net

3 Comments on Use your arts and crafts talent to feed shelter cats and win a phonecall with Cat Daddy Jackson Galaxy

  1. Bernadette
    May 18, 2012 at 8:57 am (7 years ago)

    What a wonderful thing! I remember this from last year and the year before. I’m going to encourage my “art students” to participate!

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  2. Ronnie
    May 17, 2012 at 8:07 am (7 years ago)

    Will be fun! My kind of “play” too. I help shelters by knitting “snuggle” blankets. Makes the cages more comfy. I do all to help the kitties…and doggies, ferrets, bunnies …and in *memory of My Kitty, passed 8/19/11 at age 23 years <3 ~ Thank you, Ingrid & Cat Daddy!

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    • Ingrid
      May 17, 2012 at 7:57 pm (7 years ago)

      That’s wonderful that you make blankets for shelter kitties, Ronnie! I’m sorry about your kitty. Even though 23 years is a long life for a cat, it’s still never long enough.

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