Miss Sophie Cat’s whimsical calendars are a delight to animal lovers of all ages, with each month featuring this extraordinary tabby ‘purrfectly’ posing without so much as a frazzled whisker.

Rescue Kitty raises funds to help her feline friends for a third year

A local cat strikes a pose to promote a “Pawsitive Cattitude” all while raising proceeds for a local rescue/adoption and spay/neuter program, yet again!

Once a local rescue kitty, Miss Sophie Cat, at the age of eight, now proudly dons the title Feline Philanthropist, as well as her trademark pearl necklace, as the third edition of her cat calendar hits the shelves.

Miss Sophie Cat’s whimsical calendars are a delight to animal lovers of all ages, with each month featuring this extraordinary tabby ‘purrfectly’ posing without so much as a frazzled whisker.

All proceeds from her 2019 calendar will again go to CRPAWS (Campbell River Partners for Animal Welfare), a group of volunteers that rescue, educate, and advocate on behalf of animals including the recovery of lost pets. CRPAWS has dedicated volunteers that spend countless hours fostering and socializing semi social/feral kittens and cats in hopes of a domesticated lifestyle.

The 2017 and 2018 calendars were a huge success, raising $2,500 each year. With more locations promoting the calendars than ever before, Miss Sophie Cat and her ‘hooman’ adopter/photographer Linda Wilton, hope to continue their charitable success this year.

The calendars are available for a donation of $25 at the CRPAWS table at the Campbell River Common Mall Indoor Market on Dec. 15, and 22, and at the Maritime Heritage Centre Christmas Craft Fair on Dec. 9 and 16. They are also available anytime at Woofy’s Pet Foods, Campbell River Veterinary Hospital, Dogwood Petmart, Toad in a Tree, Merecroft Veterinary Clinic, through the Miss Sophie Cat Facebook page or by emailing misssophiecat93@gmail.com. (Shipping available for those not in the Campbell River area for a small postage fee.)

Candace of Cando Design donated the artwork and RH Printing & Graphic Design did the printing.

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