Ending the Day in a Purrrrfect Way Posted on Thursday, 5 October 2017

Last Saturday, September 23, 2017. CARA held a cat and kitten adoption event at the quaint, cozy place of Cat Café Manila along Maginhawa Street in Quezon City. It was overall a fun afternoon experience.

Apart from the resident café cats,the guests also got a chance to interact and play with some of the cats from the CARA clinic, namely: Josh, Timmy, Tj, Ginger, Carl, Leo, Basu, Chaka, Joey,  and Butter. Some were shy, curious, while others were just plain, old sleepy.











But not Joey. He was by far the most active!



CARA volunteer Nori playing with Joey.

Joey playing with CARA Volunteer Nori 

Joey swatting the feather toy teaser.

Joey swatting the feather toy teaser

The café cats, on the other hand, were used to being around humans and, so, were generally calm and affectionate.






At the end of the day, Bianca the café cat gave a grand encore with her sweet and playful nature.

Thank you, Cat Café Manila, for hosting the adoption event, and thank you for those who attended. It was a short but sweet time spending the day with the cats. ‘Til next time!




Interested to adopt these cats? Click here to know the general adoption process of CARA.

Or maybe you just want to play with them? Then click here for the location of Cat Cafe Manila

Cat Cafe Manila is a cat-themed cafe located in Maginhawa Street, Quezon City. Cat Cafe Manila has partnered with CARA to help promote its mission in advocating for animal welfare through responsible pet ownership, and has been continually holding adoption events for CARA’s cats (rescued puspins). The cats in the cafe (as well as from the clinic) are all spayed/neutered and ready for adoption. 

If you can’t adopt, foster.
If you can’t foster, donate.
If you can’t donate, volunteer.
If you can’t volunteer, spread the word.

You can help.

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This entry was posted on Thursday, October 5th, 2017 at 11:31 pm and is filed under Events & Promos.

About Angelina Fajardo
One of the newest volunteers of CARA, she loves to eat, and so does her rescued cat, Chokee. She is currently the Assignment Editor under the Blogging Committee.
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