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Angel Card Reading, Fairy/Oracle Reading, Psychic Medium, Reiki
Time - 6:00 to 10:00PM
665 Orchard Street, New Bedford, MA.
of parking across the street)
The Loon Witch-Tarot Reading, Lionheart-Tarot or Angel Card Reading,
Cricket Song -Tarot Reading, Lady Morgandy -Tarot or Fairy Cards
and Crystals, Ron O'Berry- Mediumship or Spiritual Readings, Chris
$10.00 admission at door
$25.00 for a 15 minute reading (includes admission)!!!
Refreshments, Raffle, Beautiful spiritual and holistic products.
Come enjoy a fun night out and help homeless cats in New Bedford
and surrounding area!!!
YARD SALE Saturday, JUNE 27, 2015
save the date, save your item donations: Rain or
* more details on time, drop-off location/time,
etc. to follow as date gets closer****
Smith Mills Church Hall
11 Anderson Way N. Dartmouth
(Directly across from Burger King on Rt. 6 near intersection of
"Mariah Makes a Friend"
a children's book by Laura Monteiro, illustrated by Evan Turick
and inspired by a real life kitty named Mariah and the Habitat for
Mariah Makes a Friend book may be purchased directly
from Habitat for Cats. Send email to Habitatcat@aol.com . The cost
of the book is $10.00. All profits will be used to help care for
homeless cats like Mariah.
About the Book-
Publication Date: June 23, 2012
Mariah is new to the Habitat for Cats Sanctuary and is sad that
she doesn't have any friends to play with. She's afraid that she'll
never fit in until she meets Speckles - a fun kitty that introduces
her to the rest of the gang. Mariah is nervous at first, but soon
finds out that she isn't the only one who is shy around other cats.
Will Mariah be able to overcome her fear and fit in with the group?
This book is a fundraiser for Habitat for Cats, a non-profit organization
in Southeastern Massachusetts that strives to reduce the number
of homeless cats by focusing their effort on trap/neuter/return
programs. Habitat for Cats also has an adoption program for socialized
cats and a private sanctuary where older cats can live out their
days in a safe environment. Every cat featured in Mariah Makes a
Friend is an actual resident at the sanctuary. Go to the Sanctuary
link to learn more about the Sanctuary.
About the author
Ms. Laura C. Monteiro is graduate of Bristol Community
College and works as an administrative assistant and part-time petsitter.
She created the local restaurant blog New England Bites and her
hobbies include reading, visiting museums, learning about local
history, and going to the theater. A lifelong pet owner and cat
lover, Laura came to Habitat for Cats in March of 2011 and instantly
fell in love with the Sanctuary. She also handles the clerical work
and is the moderator for HFC's social network pages on Facebook
and Twitter. Laura is 33 years old and a resident of Fall River,
About the illustrator
Evan Turick is 16 years old and a sophomore at Westport
High School. He enjoys spending time with the five cats that his
family adopted from Habitat for Cats. He likes reading, drawing,
performing in plays and hip-hop dancing. He also loves the beach,
skiing and being on the river with family. He has been working at
the Sanctuary with his mom, and sister for almost four years and
loves spending time with the cats (especially Vicky, Harley and
you would like to sponsor Mariah or any of her friends. please click
the following link: Sponsor a Cat.
Mariah laying in the sun at the Sanctuary
Mariah in her pet carrier
Lees Supermarket Community Partnership
Habitat for Cats is a Lees Supermarket Community Partner. Lees
is located in Westport, MA. and has been giving Habitat for Cats
one percent of register receipt totals to support our cat rescue
efforts. Please save your register receipts and drop them off
at our friends at Bradshaw lnsurance, 767 Main Road Westport or
mail them to Habitat for Cats, P.O. Box 79571, No. Dartmouth, MA
Thanks to all the supportive people collecting receipts for us.
It all goes to a great cause.
Newspaper Articles and Videos
Today - Feb 21, 2009 "Abandoned New Bedford
Cat an example of problem in down economy"
For Cats TNR video - courtesy of Shelter Me Inc. - March 2008
Today - Nov 24, 2007 "Satisfying for the whole
family - Habitat for Cats cookbook"
Bay Rhode Island - Dec 8, 2005 "Volunteers struggle
to help countless stray cats"
Today - Nov 29, 2005 "What to do if you find
Today - Nov 22, 2005 "Nothing to sneeze at "
Today - Feb 2005 "Plenty of cats to choose from
at open house"
Gazette - Mar 6, 2004 "Special Needs Feline"
River Herald News- June 29, 2012 "Mariah Makes a Friend"
Today - July 6, 2012 "Westport High illustrator, Fall River
author team up for children's book"
Habitat for Cats Newsletters
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