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    • Thanks Dee.
      BTW all those cats were kept in last night, maybe that little one hasn’t died in vain.
      Still very sad in our house 🙁 🙁

        • Not confirmed as their door tightly shut since but as the Inspector said he would return for the kittens if so and he did, she must be 🙁

            • Confirmed now, her back was broken, nothing the vet could do 🙁
              I’ve written an article on this now Dee, about tilting windows.

              • So tragic.
                Are the kits old enough to be without her?
                An article would be good.
                It makes me want to never leave my house. So many dangers.

            • They say 3 weeks old but we don’t think they can be as she hasn’t been missing from being outside that long. The RSPCA are taking care of them.

  1. These are great Ruth. I’m going to print them and see what I can do. The library is an easy one, and I’ll ask if I can leave a pile at the vets office. I’ll try it first on card stock and see how it prints up. My paper cutter is sitting idle, now it will have a job. I’ll snap a picture to share here after I’ve made a bunch. You can tell me how I’m doing.

    • Thanks Dorothy, I’m glad you like them, I have to use my paper cutter when Babz isn’t around as it squeals and she can’t stand it lol
      Yes the library is the easiest place to put a few (with or without permission)

  2. This is GREAT- AS usual, Ruth!

    They are beautiful! Wonder if anyone can make them – some of us aren’t “printer” savvy! It would be a great fund-raising effort for proceeds to go to the Paw Project. I really love the comment Barbara posted!

    • Thanks Jo, yes you can do it my fellow Cancerian if I can 😉 they are very simple to make, good luck x

  3. Ruth, they’re really eye-catching I know you spent a good bit of time (and ink and paper)adapting and perfecting the bookmarks and they’re ideal for spreading the message on the front and the important website addresses on the back. It would be so easy to share the bookmarks around schools and libraries and have a supply to give out at adoption centres and fundraisers. Well done x

    • lol yes a lot of tearing of hair and tries to get the front and back lined up perfectly but thanks to you I’ve a drawer full of inks for my printer to do that and paper is cheap enough. I hope anyone who wants to make them can get the A4 card as easy as we can.

  4. Thanks to Michael for putting the bookmarks on PoC.
    This is a very easy and inexpensive way to spread the word and get more people to visit The Paw Project web site and hopefully join the quest to educate about declawing and ultimately help get it banned.

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