Monthly Archives: July 2009
If you would like to have your very own Black and Orange Cat Foundation t-shirt, we now have them available to purchase for $15. They come in sizes ranging from small to 2XL and feature our logo on the front and our web site address on the back. We would like to thank Millard and Dawn Draudt, owners of Redi Quik Signs for giving us such great prices on the shirts, as well as two banners that we will use at adoption events.
If you would like to purchase a t-shirt, please just send a check or money order to: Black and Orange Cat Foundation, P. O. Box 126, Plain City, Ohio 43064. In addition to the $15 per shirt, please also include $2 for shipping. Write a note to specify sizes of shirts, as well as the address where you would like to have the shirts mailed to and we will get those in the mail to you as soon as we can.
If you’d like to skip the shipping costs, you can stop by our booth at the PetSmart on Sawmill on the fourth Saturday of each month to purchase a shirt. We will be there July 25 and August 22 from 12-2 if you would like to get a shirt.
Once you have your shirt, send us a photo of you wearing it and we’ll proudly display it on our web site and in this blog!!
Please come out to Pastime Park in Plain City for the 60th Annual Miami Valley Steam Threshers tractor show featuring John Deere and the Oil Field Engine Society this year. While you are at the tractor show, join us for our third annual garage sale at 176 Anderson Avenue, which backs up to the park. The hours will run from 9-5 Thursday, July 16 through Sunday, July 19 with lots of great “treasures” for everyone. All of the money from the garage sale will be used to help Black and Orange Cat Foundation spay and neuter area kitties.
Carol Gaul, our garage sale guru, is also still collecting items for the sale. If you have something you would like to donate, you can call her at 614-419-1553 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a huge money maker for us and in the past we have raised almost three thousand dollars to help the kitties. So please come out and support us. We also have a good time with this event. Make sure to look for Carol’s husband, Chuck–he’ll be the guy in the girly hat looking to joke with you about a few extra kitties you should take home along with your garage sale purchases!!