This is National Volunteer Week and so I want to make a point of saying thank you to all of our LFCP volunteers. Thank you for sharing your time, skills, knowledge and money to make lives better for our village cats. Great job, gang!
Grandma Coco has created some great cupcake wrapper designs for you to download and use to decorate your cupcakes. For a small donation to the LFCP, you can download and print as many as you like. Check out the designs here:
Thank God It’s FISHday Cupcake Wrapper (this one even has a line drawing version that kids can colour)
You can read Grandma Coco’s blog here where she tells about her cupcake wrapper creations:
Please save us from the stern looks and harsh judgment that result from an empty food bowl. Donations of wet and dry cat food needed to appease our village cats. Drop offs accepted at The Green Gecko; picks ups can also be arranged. Thanks to all our supporters!
Click here to visit our fundraising shop and check out the new item (and some of the remaining items) – you just might fall in love!
A HUGE thank you to Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative who included Flossie, one of our females, in their 12 Spays of Christmas campaign! Thanks to SNKI, we will have one spay paid for by this generous group. Will update you as we go into the new year and get our girl into the vet for her surgery. Check them out at spayneuterkingstoninitiative.org.
It has finally happened – Andy (also known as Scruffy and several other names) has been neutered. This is a good thing – he can now live the rest of his life without the pressures of mating. This guy knows where to go for a bite to eat and some love so I bet we’ll be seeing him as he focusses more on loving than fighting.
Visit the gallery to see some more of the community cats of Lyndhurst. More to come as we get photos!
The Lyndhurst Feral Cat Project now was an online fundraising page where you can buy generously donated items to help support the cats and their colony. Thanks so much to our amazing donor, the very talented Cheryl Coville of Lyndhurst. Her items are going quickly! Have a look!
Operation Oreo is officially a success! The first order of business for the Lyndhurst Feral Cat Project was to capture this stray rabbit who had been living in the village since the summer. Thanks to a generous committee member, Oreo will now have a warm, dry home and won’t have to worry about predators or exposure or the difficult life of a domestic rabbit out in the world. Congrats on finding your forever home, Oreo!
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