Recently, my friend, cheryl, over in the Kingdom of Coco, has been involved in raising money for the Lyndhurst Feral Cat Project. Feral cats often live very short, hard lives, compared to house cats.
Many of my kittens were found under porches and decks, and probably had feral mothers. With proper socialization they can become lovely family pets.
Here are just 15 of my babies that have gone on to forever homes, and much healthy lives then if they had stayed in the wild.
Cheryl's group is having a sale on July 1, Canada Day. There are details on her site. I had a bunch of half completed samples from my bag course, two weeks ago, so I finished them to send to Cheryl's sale.
From UFO's to sources of funds, to help cats, seems like a win/ win to me!
And because Cheryl is such a sweetheart, herself, I made a bag for her, with some cat fabric.
It is a different pattern for me, but I think it turned out pretty well.
Sweet Bee Buzzings.
Bethany is starting a tote/diaper bag sew along, this week. You can find the information here.
I think this brings my stash busting count to 25 fat quarters. It would be even more impressive, if it had actually made a dent in my stash!
I managed to catch a picture of Mowgli being cute. Seems an appropriate way to end this.