Chats Du Quercy Charity Association
The Tarn-et-Garonne based cat charity association Chats du Quercy has launched a brand new web site in both English and French. www.chatsduquercy.com offers a wide range of cat health and welfare information, notably to encourage neutering in order to create a smaller but healthier feline population, especially in rural areas.
The web site provides a regularly updated information service, and although the charity is based in the Tarn-et-Garonne much of the on-line information is relevant to cat owners anywhere in the world.
Re-homing of abandoned and unwanted cats is a vital part of the association’s work and the web site features photos and descriptions of cats and kittens waiting for re-homing.
The site also promotes the association’s many fund-raising activities, which include an annual Music soirée “Kool for Katz” and a superb calendar featuring just some of the cats adopted.
The charity is also able to accept donations and membership subscriptions on-line along with offering supporters the possibility of helping even further by sponsoring one of their 10 cat enclosures. Other merchandise to raise funds for their work can be seen for sale on their Facebook page.
The charity have been asked to endorse a superb new innovative book about a cat called Mr William, by the author and illustrators Hilary Edwards and her partner Jack Hill – check out www.chatsduquercy.com as more details will be posted there as soon as it is launched, here is just a taste of the wonderful humour and designs that can be expected in this fantastic book – a must for children and adults alike!!..
Web site: Web site: www.chatsduquercy.com
Telephone: +33 (0)563 94 73 97
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