This post is sponsored by Cat’s Pride but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
I am teaming up with Cat’s Pride® today to reshare our little cat adoption story and also to encourage you to help animal shelters any way you can. The Litter for Good™ program is a great way to help our animal shelters. For every green jug of the flush able, Fresh & Light® kitty litter, Cat’s Pride® will donate a pound of litter to help out a shelter.
We have had our cat, Mr. Crowley for four years now. We got him from our neighbors after David told me he was looking to get me a kitten, we were on the phone one day while picking up Fin from school and she happened to overhear me and say, “We have one! You can have him!” I asked her if she was serious, she said to let her talk to her husband to make sure he was okay with it, she gave me a big thumbs up over the fence later that evening and the next day we brought him home with us.
The funny thing about this kitty is that the kids and I fed/played with him when he was only 2 weeks old. The neighbors across from us had found them stranded and taken them in (them being him and his sister), they then asked our neighbor to kittysit them for a weekend while they were out of town. The kids had been begging to see them since their friend had been nonstop talking about how cute they were so we finally spent a bit over there just talking about how stinkin’ cute they both were never knowing that a few months later one would belong to each of us. You can read more about the day we got him over here if you’d like.
I can’t believe that it’s been FOUR years now since we’ve added this crazy feline to our little family. I couldn’t imagine life without this one-eyed mess. My mornings would be a lot smoother, I’m sure (no cats there to attack me until I feed him, watch my Instastories -ambernmccain- some time. You’ll see this crazy cat’s ways). Having this cat as our pet has truly been a wonderful experience . . . a wonderful learning experience. Cat’s are picky and can be turds. We’ve tried litter after litter with Crowley and he only likes a certain few. Thankfully, Cat’s Pride® is one of them. I feel great knowing that every time I grab a litter for cat, it’s also helping a shelter in need too. It’s the little things, y’all that make my heart happy and picking a litter that does good things as well as is a really good litter, that’s winning.
Cat’s Pride is committed to always improving our products, and the lives of cats and their people. As part of our Litter for Good program, every time you buy a green jug of Fresh & Light litter, Cat’s Pride will donate a pound of litter to animal welfare organizations across America. It’s not a promotion, it’s an expression of our long-standing commitment to helping animals in need.
Go to catspride.com/litterforgood and sign up for the free Cat’s Pride® Club to nominate a shelter to receive litter donation.
We grabbed our lightweight litter from our local Walmart, but you can also shop online as well as locally. Find your idea shopping spot HERE.