10.10.2011

PFATT cats to help ferals


(all are SOLD, thank you! i am accepting a few orders, email me)

hi all! my PFATT Marketplace offering this month is a little different you may notice! i made a quartet of primitive cloth cat dolls from a Netty Lacroix pattern (love her work). i originally made one to hang on my front door, then seeing how lovely it turned out i made a few more to share with you! i think it's a nice way to raise awareness for National Feral Cat day on October 16th. they are just $35 each- proceeds go towards TNR of feral kitties in my neighborhood, like this fella:

here he is. i finally got a picture of the elusive orange male who likes to go poo in my yard! i've tried half a dozen times to trap him. normally i can trap a cat with 2 attempts, so he's been a particularly frustrating case. the crust around his eyes concerns me, but otherwise he looks well-fed and has a nice coat (the well-fed part being why he isn't attracted to my baits, argh). my goal is to have him neutered by Halloween. and i've seen a dark tabby slinking around at night and in the dark of early morning... does it ever end? cross your paws and wish me luck!

to adopt a PFATT cat see my listing today.. on where else, the PFATT marketplace :) miiiiaaooow!

5 comments:

Trish said...

He looks like a sweetheart, and very pleased with himself! :) By the way, your monkeys are very happy in their new home in the country. I will send you some pictures. They live in what I call the Monkey Room (aka guest or spare bedroom...lol)

Peng Peng said...

ohhh! i cant wait to see your Monkey Room in the country :) sounds like a nice place for a sock monkey to live!

Dawn of LaTouchables said...

Those are just the cutest! I would have bought one! Darned, they are all sold out...

Peng Peng said...

thanks Dawn! hey everyone.. i am accepting a few orders for PFATT cats!

Cheryl said...

I love this pattern by Netty, but I can't find it.
I would also love to make some and sell them for the cat shelter near me
Would you be willing to share where you bought the pattern?
Thanks
Cheryl