The Cat Cafe Raises $420 for The Rescue House in May
In May, customers visiting The Cat Cafe contributed $420 to help The Rescue House continue to help cats find homes. Established in 1999, The Rescue House has sent over 13,000 cats to new homes. We’re proud to be a part of that.
In May, we sent five cats to good homes. Cornflake, Bellamy, Fred, George, and Maggie all went home. We’re going to miss all of these cats for different reasons.
We’ll miss Cornflake’s feisty nature and his willingness to give us a nip when he had enough. Bellamy entertained us by scaling the poles and working her way to the top of the Urban Feline Palm. And we won’t forget the antics of our blind boys, and the complete lack of fear Fred showed. However, we think that Frankie is glad that Fred isn’t around anymore because he won’t have to worry about Fred sitting on him. And how can we forget how Maggie evolved from a shy cat to an interactive and playful one?
But when we send cats home from The Cat Cafe, it gives us the chance to bring new ones in. We’ve welcomed back Nikki and Richochet, who came from a bad hoarding situation that started with just two cats. Just like Fred and George, Nikki shows that being blind won’t slow her down.
We also welcomed in two cats who came very close to losing their lives, Onyx and Rhonda. These two cats were close to being put down for space at a high kill shelter. Fortunately, a private rescuer was able to pull them before that happened. Then these two made their way to The Rescue House, and to The Cat Cafe.
Onyx is a gray tabby. She’s a little more shy than her sister, and you may find that she’s hanging out in the retreat when you visit her. But if she’s out in the playpen, she love interacting with people. And she loves to get that purr motor going.
Rhonda is the more social of the one year old girls. You’ll probably find her spending her time popping her head out of the green house that many of our cats like. She’ll roll over for you when she does this.
Come on by to say hello to the newest members of The Cat Cafe clowder and greet some old favorites.