Friday, October 22, 2010

To visit Denman Island MEOW's official website, please click here! The stats there are now out of date- MEOW has actually facilitated the spaying or neutuering of 166 island cats as of October, 2010! The cost of our program is now substantially higher at the vet's end (we need to update some of the information on the site...can you help?!) so if you know of a cat that may not have been fixed, call and we'll bring you up to date.

OCTOBER 2010: Below is the poster for a lovely little girl who is the last of the one litter of kittens we found to fix this year. Her other 4 siblings were all spayed and adopted out right away. Her mother had other ideas, however, and stole her away from her foster home for a period of time before we found her again! Now she's back in a friendly foster home where she is overcoming a little shyness, and enjoying human affection! She is ready to make a loving companion in just the right family, so please give us a call at 1209 if you think you'd like to meet her!

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Welcome to DI MEOW's blogspot! Clicking on the first link in the column under the dog photo on the right will take you directly to our home website. You'll find all the details there about our reduced cost spay/neuter program for felines on Denman.

Here in this blog, you'll find information about cats available for fostering and adoption from time to time, and other news.

As for the beautiful Blue Eyed Dogs of Denman calendar pictured on the right...proceeds from this special fundraiser calendar created by Wind Rombough will benefit DI MEOW's campaign to reduce our homeless cat population humanely. That's right... dogs for cats! And the project has been an overwhelming success... On Feb. 9th, 08, Wind presented $630.00 in proceeds from her fundraiser to our reduced cost spay and neuter program. Thankyou so much Wind!

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Hobo was neutered through DI MEOW's reduced cost program and then adopted into a loving home. Check back from time to time for images of cats and kittens we may have posted here that are in need.

Please call 1209 if you might be interested in assisting DI MEOW by fostering kittens sometime. It's much easier to find homes for young cats, but doing so can occassionally take time. Many kittens born in the wild become wonderful companion animals if they have a chance to be socialized right away!

Older cats are usually the ones in greatest need of our assistance, however. They can make wonderful new additions to the family, and often seem to know when they've been granted a brand new lease on life. Because we don't always have photos available, do call DI MEOW and let us know when you are looking for a new kitty before going elsewhere!