Furry Friends: Mad Catter Dinner & Auction

Mad Catter Dinner & Auction (photo from Furry Friends website)

Mad Catter Dinner & Auction (photo from Furry Friends website)

I recently came upon a flier for the 5th Annual Mad Catter Dinner and Auction, to be held on Saturday, September 28th in Vancouver. The purpose of this function is to raise money for Furry Friends, a non-profit no-kill shelter dedicated to re-homing cats in the Clark County area. According to the Furry Friends website they work to educate the public on proper feline care, to include the importance of spaying and neutering. The group also works to facilitate foster care and pet therapy visits, and even helps seniors pay for pet security deposits so that they may keep their pets when moving to a new home.

Furry Friends has a permanent adoption center located inside the Hazel Dell PetSmart (Hazel Dell Ave. & 78th St.).

This is an organization worth looking into, and if you’re interested in attending or donating items for the Mad Catter Dinner and Auction, you can find more information on the website.



Kim Smith

Hello and welcome! Once upon a time I was a licensed animal nurse. When I had my first child I decided to leave my career and stay at home with baby. Having a child changed my perception of everything...food, products, environment, education, work, life. Everything. Since then I've been on a journey to create a more simple, holistic way of life for my family, to include the cats, dogs and chickens (and any other feathered or furry creature we have). I believe that every choice we make can bring us closer to, or take us farther away from, a harmonious existence. And our wellbeing is multi-faceted, if one area of our life is out of whack it effects everything else about us. What we eat, what we put on and in our bodies, how we integrate with our environment, how we spend our time with loved-ones, how we nourish our brains and imaginations...it ALL matters. I want to share information with you that I find truly valuable in living holistically; taking care of our whole selves. Thank-you for visiting! Kim Smith All photos used are my own, unless otherwise noted.

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