In This Issue:
The Care & Keeping Of Your Maine Coon Cat: It's hard to describe the love between a Maine Coon and their family. I know you understand! With such special family members often come special, breed-specific questions and concerns. Your loving Maine Coon is very unique, both physically and in purrsonality.
Current Deals on Great Cat Products:
This new page simply contains our picks for cheap pet supplies. This page will be regularly updated with the best deals we can find so you can get big savings for your big, furry family!
I can't believe another year has passed already, but it has! It's Adopt-A-Cat-Month. Why is Adopt A Cat Month in June? During the spring, shelters are brimming with cats and kittens of every age. Unfortunately, there are often more cats in a given shelter than they can handle.
Sadly, a large number of cats end up being euthanized this time of year. With "kitten season" upon us, this is the perfect time for adoption or rescue. I always think of those older cats who are often overlooked in favor of spunky, cute kittens.
Maybe you already have a full house? There are still a few ways to make a difference! How about:
Do you possibly have a friend or two who are considering cat adoption? Tell them that now is the time! Here are a few pages that are great for sharing this month:
Ready to find a cat or kitten? Try our Adoptabble Cat Tool!
And here is a favorite section of mine - it's perfect for reading and sharing this month:
Maine Coon Rescue Stories: Fairy Tail Endings!
These wonderful Maine Coon rescue stories are sure to brighten your day! Sometimes we get a long get-to-know you kind of submission.
Even better, some of these are happy ending "tails" about a Maine Coon or Maine Coon mix that almost didn't have a home. Enjoy!
"Alice and I are indoor kitties, but lots of cats go in and out this time of year. It's the perfect time to talk about poisonous or toxic plants.
Some flowers may be around the house in pots or vases, others are growing outside. There are a lot of them! And we cats like to chew on leaves, grass and flowers.
Some of the plants listed as toxic to us include carnations, calla lilies, buttercups, boxwood, azalia, burning bush, daffodils, dahlias, gladiolas, hostas and so many more.
We have most of these right in our yard! So you may want to keep a list handy. In fact, Mom should write a printable page on that..."
If you have friends or family who love cats, feel free to forward this newsletter to them! It's fun and free :) The more, the merrier!