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Jackson Galaxy Event Recap

Thanks to everyone who came out for the Jackson Galaxy event on March 24. We had a fantastic event, and it was great to see everyone there. We’d like to give a special thanks to our sponsors:   Also, thank you so much to all of you who volunteered at the event and helped with the setup and cleanup! It was inspiring to hear Jackson speak about the progress in the United States since he has been working with shelters and rescue organizations over the past 20 years. We at Town Cats are proud of the role that we have played in saving cats in Santa Clara County, and thank all of you for the support you give us that makes it all possible....

Five Easy Ways To Bring The Great Outdoors To Your Indoor Cat

Five Easy Ways To Bring The Great Outdoors To Your Indoor Cat by Tara Mcnabb Are the winter blues taking a toll on your indoor cat? For the owners of strictly indoor cats, coming up with new enrichment activities can be a challenge. Without fresh stimulation to keep things interesting, an indoor cat can quickly become bored and depressed. But with a little creativity and effort, you can create fun and challenging exercises that encourage your cat’s natural curiosity. Here are five different ways you can bring the outdoors in.   1. Grow Your Own Indoor Grass Bed This is one of the best ways to give your cat fresh grass to wallow in on a regular basis with a little bit of planning. All it takes is some potting soil, a planting container that’s preferably large and flat enough for your cat to lay in, and some grass seeds. Some of the most popular types of grass to use include Rye and Oat grass because they’re super easy to grow indoors and cats love them. Just be sure that whatever soil you use is organic and free of chemicals to protect the health of your kitties. In just a little over a week, you can have your very own cat lawn! For an excellent step-by-step example with pictures, take a look at this post by   2. Install A Window Bird Feeder Your cat can enjoy watching birds up close for hours thanks to the new and improved window bird feeders. With powerful suction cups that ensure they’ll stay in place, it’s easy to attach them...

Legacy Cat #7

LEGACY CAT #7! Meet Simba! Here is a little haiku about Simba: Wise and thoughtful cat Treats will make my heart sing out Love my feline pals Come and meet Simba today! He’s a young senior, at only 6 years 9 months. Starting last week, you may have read about our Legacy Cats. They are all from the days of our founder, Rosi, and they need special heroes like yourself to open up your heart and home for them. Remember adoption fees are waived, and they all qualify for our “In it for Life” program where all basic medical costs are covered by Town Cats for the duration of their lives. Akira was first, and went home!!! Is Simba...