fredag 10. mars 2017

Furry Friday






It's the first Furry Friday, and if you don't know what that means, you have to read on. As an Island Batik Ambassador, we're making Kennel Quilts through The Small Kennel Quilt Team, a volunteer organization sponsored by The Quilt Pattern Magazine.

Here you can see my first Kennel quilt. You can read more about it here.

















You can help The Small Kennel Quilt Team by making kennel quilts yourself. Information about the kennel quilt program is available on The Quilt Pattern Magazine website. The Quilt Pattern Magazine is sponsoring a Virtual Kennel Quilt Retreat March 18 and March 19th.


The other goal of Furry Fridays is to help the Petfinder Foundation adopt out cats and dogs in shelters across the U.S. This week Petfinder Foundation is highlighting two animals that are looking for their forever home.
Catnine lived a hard life before she was saved by Zeus’ Rescues in New Orleans: Both her leg and her jaw had been broken. Still, she adores people, and she’s ready for a loving home that will help her heal! You can click on her name to be taken to the Petfinder Foundation site to find more information about Catnine.

June is a gentle, house-trained 6-year-old gal who is comfortable around adults, children and other dogs, and even lived happily with a gecko! She’s waiting for a new family at Animal Care Centers of NYC in Manhattan. Click on her name to read more about June.

Both of the shelters that are taking care of Catnine and June have received kennel quilts through The Small Kennel Quilt Team. In addition to Island Batiks, The Quilt Pattern Magazine, and Petfinder Foundation, thank you to the kind people of Quilty Box  who are sponsoring this great event. Please take some time to read about these sweet babies, You can also make a kennel quilt for an animal in a shelter.

You can read more about this project on the orhter blogs participating. This week's bloggers are:
 Purrfect Spots
www.densyendehimmel.blogspot.no (It's me)
Quilt'nParty
PamelaQuilts  (me!)
www.arkangelcreations.blogspot.com

Linked up to Crazy mom quilts.

3 kommentarer:

  1. I think I am going to copy your idea and make little blankets for Helen`s 2 cat baskets more comfortable when they go to the vets. Such a shame there are so many dogs and cats etc that are abandoned, I am not a dog lover unfortunately have become frightened of dogs do not know why but still love cats

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  2. Tack för upplysningen! Verkar vara ett underbart projekt. Så skönt att det finns människor som bryr sig om våra fyrfota vänner. Jag brukar besöka en blogg som heter http://www.fourwhitepaws.net/ Han (the Cat Guy) tar också hand om övergivna katter

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