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September Adoption Promotion

Kick off this fall sports season and find your Most Valuable Pet when Good Mews joins national animal welfare organization Best Friends Animal Society , along with animal rescue groups and shelters across the country, in the “MVP” animal adoption campaign this September.

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annual auction fundraiser

The Good Mews kitties are busy decorating their lockers and campaigning to be named King & Queen in anticipation of our annual auction fundraiser, this year with a HOMECOMING theme, and they hope to see you there! Your ticket includes delicious hors d’oeuvres courtesy of A Peach of a Party along with unlimited beer & wine, plus live music from The After Party! Break out your cummerbunds and corsages, then join us for a night of eating, drinking, dancing, and bidding… all while raising money for the home team!

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Click here for more info on donating auction items and/or sponsoring the 2016 Good Mews Homecoming.

Fundraising events

Good Mews has some great fundraising events coming up! We hope you are able to participate!


Shredding Event-Oct 1

Henry’s Louisiana Grill-October 3rd

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Blessings on the Bricks

Tuesday, October 4, is the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals and the environment. In honor of St. Francis, Good Mews will host a blessing of animals and at the same time dedicate our new brick walkway. The walkway features personalized bricks that honor and memorialize the special pets and people in our lives.

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Reading to Cats

Good Mews is pleased to offer fall reading sessions for students in grades 1—8. Does your child love to read, need extra reading practice, or would he/she like to spend time helping socialize shelter cats by reading out loud to them? The program is designed to help children sharpen their reading skills and to provide enrichment for the cats and kittens. The interaction also teaches kids the importance of empathy, animal welfare, and community service. Each 90-minute reading session can accommodate up to 10 students, and one adult must accompany up to two students. Sessions are planned for:

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Yoga with Cats

Yoga with Cats

New classes added! Are you ready for some downward-facing cat? What could be better than relaxing, meditating and striking a yoga pose amidst the Good Mews feline residents? Join a certified yoga instructor for a one-hour, beginner-level “Yoga with Cats” class on Sunday, October 23 at 11:30 a.m., or Tuesday, October 25, at 7:00 p.m. in the Good Mews cat shelter. Expect a few giggles along the way as the cats roam freely among class participants and may even curl up for a nap on a yoga mat. Classes are limited to 15 students and will take place in the main cat room at Good Mews. Your $20 class fee will go directly to the care of the cats and kittens in our shelter. Grab your yoga mat and we hope to see you there! Meowmaste!
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CATTISTICS

Adopted This Year:309
Total Cats Adopted: 7,500+

Years Running: 28

Happy Endings

One of our favorite things at Good Mews is to see our shelter cats in their forever homes! It reminds all of us why we do what we do everyday in our efforts of “finding good homes for good kitties.” We hope you enjoy reading all of our happy endings stories and seeing how great the cats are doing. We encourage all of you to send us your cats’ stories and photos to place on our website! Please email
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Featured Cat of the Month

Monkey and Smokey

Sisters Monkey and Smokey are beautiful girls that have had a rough four months. They were surrendered to Good Mews in April when their dad could no longer keep them because his fiancé was allergic to cats. They lived in a loving home for 7 years and when brought to the shelter, their whole world turned upside down. They were terrified and had no idea what they did wrong and why they were sitting in a cage and not in their home. They hissed, swatted, refused to eat and wanted nothing to do with the staff and volunteers. It was heartbreaking to see how upset they were. But really, who could blame them? Everything they had ever known was gone.

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