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Morris Animal Foundation is having a special fundraiser as part of their Happy Healthy Cat Campaign:
Millions of homeless cats lose their lives in shelters each year—often due to diseases as simple as the common cold. Morris Animal Foundation's (MAF) Helping Shelters Help Cats program is funding three feline health studies that will ultimately help cats stay healthy and stress free until they are adopted.
A generous cat lover will match every dollar given to this program up to $500,000, for a potential total of $1 million to help save cats!
This shelter-health initiative is part of MAF’s Happy Healthy Cat Campaign, an unprecedented global effort to increase funding for feline health research and training of new scientists.
Give and win: Everyone who makes a donation to Helping Shelters Help Cats will be entered into a daily drawing for a “Treats & Toys” gift basket (retail value approximately $15 each). Donate now.
Thank you for helping cats live healthier lives!
I just dropped a few bucks over there in honor of Cece and Neighbor. Just seemed like the right thing to do, you know?
Look, I'm of two minds when it comes to the Chicago Olympic bid -- I'd love to see it here, but I'm not at all happy about this:
The mayor, in Switzerland for an International Olympic Committee meeting on Wednesday, promised that Chicago will take full financial responsibility if the city gets the 2016 Summer Games.
He promised the tax payers that we wouldn't be paying a dime for this. Yeah, right.
I wonder if this was an American customer? Sure sounds like it to me...
Honesty. Transparency. Change. Well, one out of three, anyway. And the change ain't good.
Way to go, Barry.
And speaking of honesty, Johnny Shiny Hair is back in the spotlight. But, really, it's not all about him and his need for power and attention. Really.
Ear Worm of the Day:
And how's the weather where you are today?
Quote of the Day:
"He gave no explanation. . . . There is no law against driving naked so we had to let him go," Royal said.